The RSGB is able to provide an extremely diverse range of services through a countrywide force of skilled, dedicated and knowledgeable volunteers.
The Society is organised on a Regional basis and there is a small team of volunteers in each Region called Regional and Deputy Regional Managers. This means that there is someone from the RSGB close to where you live who can provide help when needed.
What do we do ?
– Provide immediate advice on a wide range of amateur radio matters. If we don’t know the answer to your particular problem, we know someone in the RSGB who does and will put you in touch.
– Make sure that your views are heard by the RSGB Board and that you know what the Board is doing. It is very important that individuals and Board members have a way of keeping in touch with each other – we provide a channel to make that happen.
– Attend local rallies, normally to run a bookstall where you will find the latest RSGB books and other publications.
– Provide support for Clubs. Many RSGB members also belong to a local radio club. This is an excellent way of not only developing your interest in amateur radio, but also enjoying the social side of the hobby. Most clubs cater for a wide range of interests including competitions, construction projects and training for the examinations. The regional team can tell you which is the nearest club to you or look on our website.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch with any of the Regional Team or your local club secretary – you can be assured of a very warm welcome.
The regions are:
- Scotland South and Western Isles
- Scotland North and Northern Isles
- England North West
- England North East
- England West Midlands
- North Wales
- South Wales
- Northern Ireland
- London and Thames Valley
- England South and South East
- England South West and Channel Islands
- England East and East Anglia
- England East Midlands
The table below will help you find out which RSGB region you are in: