England South East 21 July 2013

| July 19, 2013

We start with clubs that have several events this week.  Norfolk Amateur Radio Club is holding its annual bucket and spade event today at West Runton. On Wednesday there’s a reflective talk by Graham Coomber G0NBI, General Manager of the RSGB. Details from Chris Danby, G0DWV, on 01603 898 678.

Stevenage and District Amateur Radio Society is taking part in RSGB Low Power Field Day today. On Tuesday there’s a table top sale and preparation for IOTA. The club net is on Friday at 7.30pm on 145.450MHz. Saturday sees the start of the IOTA contest, which runs to Sunday at 1200UTC. Contact Martin Juhe, M0XJP, on 07973 793 770.

Felixstowe and District Amateur Radio Society is holding a rig clinic on Monday. On Friday and Saturday the club is operating G100RSGB. Saturday sees the start of the weekend event operating a special event station for Military Heritage Weekend. More information from Paul, G4YQC, by email to pjw@btinternet.com.

Worthing and District Amateur Radio Club is having a discussion evening on Wednesday and planning for the Fire Brigade Open Day, which takes place on Saturday. Contact John, G8FMJ, on 01273 593 232.

Now we return to the traditional listing in date order. Today, South Essex Amateur Radio Society is at Castle Point Show operating GB2CPS. Contact Dave, G4UVJ on 01268 697 978.

On Tuesday Brede Steam Amateur Radio Society is at the shack. For more information contact Steve, on 01424 720 815.

On Tuesday Dorking and District Radio Society is having a South Downs evening. Contact Garth, G3NPC, on 01737 359 472.

On Tuesday Harwell Amateur Radio Society is having a shack activity night. Details from Malcolm, G8NRP, on 01235 524 844.

On Wednesday Chesham and District Amateur Radio Society is having an Insight into the 123 Spyset by Ian, G0RTF. More details from Terry, G0VFW, on 01442 831 491.

On Wednesday Crawley Amateur Radio Club is having a report on VHF NFD. More information from John, G3VLH, on 01342 714 402.

On Wednesday Darenth Valley Radio Society is having a talk on Worked all Britain by Ray, G0FDU. Contact Bob, M0RAW, on 01322 663 804.

On Wednesday Hastings Electronics and Radio Club is having a talk on emergency services communications post WW2 by Rodney King at the Taplin Centre. Contact Gordon, on 01424 431 909.

On Thursday Bittern DX Group Club is meeting from 8pm at The Roman Camp Inn, Aylmerton, NR11 8QD. Details form Linda, G0AJJ,on 01692 218 562.

On Thursday Edgware & District Radio Society is having a demo and round table discussion on really useful tools led by Steve, G0PQB. More information from Mike, G4RNW, on 02089 500 658.

On Thursday Horsham Amateur Radio Club is having an evening 2m DF hunt. Contact Alister, G3ZBU, on 01932 242 243.

On Thursday Lowestoft and District PYE Amateur Radio Club is having a club night at the shack. More information from Tim Ward, 2E0TJW, on 07810 481 182.

On Thursday Reading and District Amateur Radio Club is having a beer evening. Details from Pete, G8FRC, on 01189 695 697.

On Friday Cambridge and District Amateur Radio Club is having a fox hunt at the Village Hall, Foxton. Contact David, M0ZEB, on 01353 778 093.

On Friday Fort Purbrook Amateur Radio Club is having a talk by Rob Mannion, Editor of Practical Wireless. Contact Neil Hoare, M0NEH, on 02392 378 559.

On Friday Radio Society of Harrow is having a talk on airfield ground lighting by Steve Scott, M6XDJ. More information from Linda, G7RJL, on 02083 868 586.

On Friday Wimbledon and District Amateur Radio Society starts its summer camp. Contact Andrew Maish, G4ADM, on 02083 353 434.

On Saturday Hilderstone Radio and Electronics Club is having a talk on Guide Dogs for the Blind by Derek Beal, M6BTO. Contact Chrissie Turner, by email to hilderstoneclub@gmail.com.

On Sunday Coalhouse Fort Amateur Radio Society is putting GB1CHF on the air for the classic car and vehicle day. More information from Tony Reynard, G7HJT, on 07976 553 345.

Category: News for England East and East Anglia, News for England South and South East, News for London and Thames Valley

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