Re­mote-con­trolled fun

Joondalup Weekender - - Look Local -

RA­DIO-con­trolled ve­hi­cles will descend on Pinjar for The Buggy Club’s open day on April 15.

Peo­ple are en­cour­aged to “bring their ra­dio-con­trolled off-road bug­gies” and have a go on the track, drag strip and crawler area, with “all buggy scales wel­come”.

The event will in­clude dis­plays of ra­dio con­trol bug­gies and the Wan­neroo Cen­tral Vol­un­teer Bush Fire Bri­gade, with food and drinks avail­able and a sausage sizzle from the lo­cal scouts group.

Kids ac­tiv­i­ties will in­clude d480667 go-karts rides and a bouncy cas­tle and there will be prizes and give­aways.

“It has taken nearly five years for my hus­band Aaron and my­self and a few good friends to plan and de­velop The Buggy Club fa­cil­ity for ra­dio con­trol off-road bug­gies and now we are fi­nally able to open to the pub­lic,” club co­founder Sa­man­tha Ifould said.

En­try is a gold coin do­na­tion and $5 to have a go.

The event will run at the Ce­cil Road (off Perry Road) track from 10am to 3pm.

Pic­ture: Bruce Hunt

James Newby, Michael Cools, Sa­man­tha Ifould, John Newby and Aaron Ifould.

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