G3UYN Cliff Poldhu net controller has a special call sign GB1 GM to operate on Saturday (25th April) from his QTH. on the Lizard , as the Poldhu Visitors Centre is closed .
He plans to operate on 80 ( 3.718 ?) from 09. 00 to 11.00.
Thanks Graham G3XYX for the info
For reasons I am sure you can guess, we have decided to postpone the junk sale scheduled for the 26th March. As you know the room is always packed, and with various things changing hands it would prevent a high risk of spreading the virus. We are sorry about this and I myself am disappointed, but, we are hoping to be able to reschedule it later in the early summer.
Unfortunately the lectures planned for April will also be postponed for similar reasons, but again we hope to run the same lectures later in the year or early next year.
As we are radio amateurs, we hope to make use of this to stay in contact and socialise over the air waves, so we will be announcing at net to take place at the time when we would usually have a ‘pass out’ so at least we can still chew rag!
We will send out regular emails with any further news.
Take care, and good health to all of you, do keep in touch.
73 Simon M0ZSU
It was a pleasure to see many members at the RADARC AGM last week, thank you for braving the rain. It was a nice evening and big thanks to James 2E0JPM for providing a lovely buffet. Vin G4JTR has kindly taken some photos of the award ceremony. Below is a list of our deserving 2019 trophy winners.
Please note the January 2020 intermediate and the February foundation courses are now fully booked – please keep an eye on this site for the next courses
The intermediate course will run on
Saturday 25th January 09:30-17:00
Saturday 1st February 09:30-17:00
Saturday 8th February 09:30-17:00
The foundation course will run on
Saturday 15th February 09:30-17:00
Saturday 22nd February 09:30-17:00
All courses will run at Woodford Park, Haddon Drive, Woodley RG5 4LY
Please use the appropriate training section of the website to register your interest.
Thanks again to Ray Brown G3SCZ for running these courses.
Well done to all those who took part – an interesting evening.
Special thanks to Ian G8NXJ for the pictures.
Some pictures of a pleasant afternoon and evening at the Royal Oak, Knowl Hill for our 85th Year Barbecue. If you have any more photos to add please send them in.
Much fun was had with AM QSOs between an ex army Clansman manpack and and WW2 Wireless set 18 man pack on 40 metres. Note the QSL card! Also, work on ATV equipment and 23cm linear by members using club test equipment.
Some photos of the brilliant stand at this event in Hurley, well organised by Min. (more of Min’s pictures TBA)