England South West 11 August 2013

| August 9, 2013

We start with clubs that have several events this week. Poole Radio Society is at the Flight Refuelling Hamfest today. Friday sees an activity night and next Sunday there’s a day in the park. More info from Bill Coombes, G4ERV, by email to secretary@g4prs.org.uk.

Exeter Amateur Radio Society Club has its Monday HF net on 3.675MHz at 7.45pm. The Tuesday 2m net is on 145.575MHz at 7.45pm. Contact Nick, M0NRJ, on 01363 775 756.

Plymouth Radio Club is having a Myth Buster evening on Tuesday, hosted by Chris Wingate, M5CJW. Saturday sees the start of the ILLW weekend event at Smeaton’s Tower, one of three Eddystone Lighthouses that now dominate Plymouth Hoe. Details from Robert Goodall, on 01752 777 888.

Riviera Amateur Radio Club is putting MX0RIV on the air on Tuesday. The club net is on Wednesday from 8pm on 145.425MHz. Contact Alan Wyatt, G2DXU, by email to rivieraarc@gmail.com.

Cornish Radio Amateur Club is having a workshop evening on Thursday. Friday sees the start of three days operating GX4CRC at the Steam Engine Rally, Stithians. Details from Steve, G7VOH, on 01209 844 939.

South Bristol Amateur Radio Club is holding its summer barbecue on Thursday. Next weekend it’s the International Lighthouse Lightship weekend. Details from Andrew Jenner, G7KNA, on 07838 695 471.

Appledore & District Amateur Radio Club operates the following nets on VHF and HF: The Zepp Net is on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 1600 on 145.450MHz. Wednesday via GB3DN, 1600 local time. The HF net is on Friday at 1600 local time on 7.185MHz ± QRM. Contact Brian Jewell, M0BRB, on 01237 473 251 for more information.

Now we return to the traditional listing in date order. On Tuesday 13 August Mid Somerset Amateur Radio Club is having a club nigh. Contact Nick, 2E0FGQ, on 01749 346 320.

On Wednesday 14 August Thornbury & South Gloucestershire Amateur Radio Club is having a GeoCaching evening with John, G6RAZ. Contact John Rowden, M0HFH, on 07743 697 063.

On Friday 16 August Torbay Amateur Radio Society is having a natter night. For more information contact Dave, G6FSP, by email to g6fsp@tars.org.uk.

Category: News for England South West and Channel Islands

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