King’s Lynn Aero Modelling Club has issued an SOS for help in finding a new home.

Members have been using land known as Rising Heath, next to Roydon Common nature reserve, for their hobby since the early 1980s.

Norfolk Wildlife Trust (NWT) bought the site in 2011 and now wants to make use of the land to improve access to the common.

Club members have appealed on social media to landowners in the Lynn area to get in touch if they have around five acres of flat, grassed land with access, they could use.

A spokesman for the trust said Rising Heath had been purchased to protect and extend  the reserve while solving the long-term problems of visitor parking and access.

The club was told it could remain for five years and has now been given notice that the lease will expire in April next year, the spokesman said

Aero club secretary Gerry Betts said members have asked North West Norfolk MP Sir Henry Bellingham to intervene on their behalf.

Mr Betts said he felt the matter could be resolved if members could have a face-to-face meeting with trust officials. The club has around 50 members, who also belong to the British Model Flying Association.

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