News for England South-West – 27 April 2014

| April 25, 2014

We start with clubs that have several events this week.

Flight Refuelling Amateur Radio Society is having a natter night and members’ projects evening tonight. The club is on the air on Wednesday and next Sunday there’s a committee meeting. More information from John, G4POF, by email to g4pof@hotmail.com.

Yeovil Amateur Radio Club is running the 30th QRP Convention today at Digby Hall, Sherborne. Thursday sees mini talks by members. Details from Rodney Edwards, M0RGE, on 01935 825 791.

Exeter Amateur Radio Society is having a test your rig night with John, G8XQQ on Monday from 7pm in the Moose Centre. Tuesday’s 2m net is on 145.575MHz at 7.45. Contact Nick, M0NRJ, on 01363 775 756.

Now we return to the traditional listing in date order.

On Monday Appledore and District Amateur Radio Club is having a talk by Steve, G6SQX on finding the way with APRS and a Raspberry Pi. Contact Alan Fisher, M6CCW, on 01237 422 833.

On Monday Bristol RSGB Group is holding a Bring and Buy sale and watching a video on radar during the Battle of Britain. Details from Robin Thompson, G3TKF, by email to robin@g3tkf.co.uk.

On Wednesday Devon and Cornwall Repeater Group is meeting from 2pm at the Engine House, Compton Park Callington, where all are welcome. Details are at www.gb3pl.co.uk

On Thursday Cornish Radio Amateur is holding its club main club meeting. Details from Steve, G7VOH, on 01209 844 939.

On Thursday Saltash and District Amateur Radio Club is having a talk on log keeping by Eric Rogers, G1OMZ. Contact Mark Chanter, 2E0MGC, on 01752 215 546.

On Thursday South Bristol Amateur Radio Club is having a Morse night. Details from Andrew Jenner, G7KNA, on 07838 695 471.

On Thursday Swindon and District Amateur Radio Club is having an activity night. Details from Kevin, G6FOP, via www.sdarc.net.

On Friday 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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