Local News for the South East, East Anglia, South West and South Wales

Please note that details of all RSGB-affiliated clubs and societies can be found on the RSGB website, including email addresses and website links where known.


Now we start with the news of a potential re-openings / online or on-air training this week..

Chelmsford Amateur Radio Society has a CW net at 8pm on 144.060MHz on Sundays. On Monday, there is a CW net from 7.30pm around 3542kHz, followed at 8.15pm by GB2CW transmissions on 3555kHz. At 8.30pm there is slow Morse for new operators. Thursday sees a Morse class via Skype at 7pm.  Email Colin, G0TRM, via secretary@g0mwt.org.uk.


Ham Radio Network has a talk on the theme of An Evening with… on Monday. See hrn.world for more information.


Surrey Radio Contact Club has on Monday its Annual Construction Contest at 7.45pm at Trinity School.


Bracknell Amateur Radio Club has on Wednesday a test equipment evening with Mike, G4KFK at 8pm.  Call Colin, 2E0XDA, on 0770 651 2505.


On Wednesday Chesham and District Amateur Radio Society will taking part in an inter-club quiz with Aylesbury Vale Radio Society at The Doghouse Pub, HP22 5AR. Call Malcolm, G3ZNU, 0149 489 0840.


Norfolk Amateur Radio Club has a ‘NARC Live with HFTA and Take-off Angles’ by Nasan, N4XL. Call Chris, G0DWV, on 0160 389 8308.


The Online Radio Club has a virtual radio club night at 7.30pm every Thursday via Zoom. It is suitable for all radio enthusiasts regardless of individual skill level. Go to the website for the meeting link. onlineradioclub.org.


Itchen Valley Amateur Radio Club has a junk sale at 7.30pm on Friday. Email Chris, G7LWV, via secretary@ivarc.org.uk


On Friday Mid Sussex Amateur Radio Society will have a Talk by Mike G4EFO on Pirate Radio.  Email Stella Rogers, M6ZRJ, via m6zrj@msars.org.uk


Jersey Amateur Radio Society club room is now open on Friday evenings from 8pm.  Call Mike, GJ0PDJ on 0779 771 8390.


Nothing more is reported this week, So, whatever you are doing look after yourself and check with event organisers before attending, and don’t forget the local regional team are available to support you locally with up-to-date activities and support in your local area.  Please visit the RSGB website at rsgb.org/regional-team and look for your local contact.


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