England South East 28 July 2013

| July 26, 2013

We start with clubs that have several events this week. Brede Steam Amateur Radio Society is at the shack on Tuesday and Saturday. For more information contact Steve, on 01424 720 815.

Chesham and District Amateur Radio Society is preparing for 144 and 432MHz Low Power Contests on Wednesday, and taking part in them on Saturday and Sunday. More details from Terry, G0VFW, on 01442 831 491.

Worthing and District Amateur Radio Club is putting GX3WOR on the air on Wednesday. Next Sunday sees the monthly breakfast meeting at the Goring Café. Contact John, G8FMJ, on 01273 593 232.

On Thursday Horndean and District Amateur Radio Club is having a natter night and social evening on Thursday. Next Sunday sees the club’s coach trip to Gloucester. Contact Stuart, G0FYX, on 02392 472 846.

Wimbledon and District Amateur Radio Society is having a barbecue at Summer Camp on Friday. Camp ends on Sunday. Contact Andrew Maish, G4ADM, on 02083 353 434.

Now we return to the traditional listing in date order. Today, Coalhouse Fort Amateur Radio Society is putting GB1CHF on the air for classic car & vehicle day. Contact Tony Reynard, G7HJT, on 07976 553 345.

On Tuesday Stevenage and District Amateur Radio Society is having a social evening and IOTA washup. Contact Martin Juhe, M0XJP, on 07973 793 770.

On Wednesday Norfolk Amateur Radio Club is holding an informal meeting, Bright Sparks, and opening the club shack and workshop. Details from Chris Danby, G0DWV, on 01603 898 678.

On Thursday Cray Valley Radio Society is having a natter night. Contact Lawrie, G4FAA, on 020 8300 1894, evenings and weekends.

On Thursday Horsham Amateur Radio Club is having a talk on how space weather affects radio communications by Dr Colin Forsyth. Contact Alister, G3ZBU, on 01932 242 243.

On Friday Thames Amateur Radio Group is having a talk on photography by Laura Sanderson, M3LIQ. Contact Pete Sipple, M0PSX, on 07940 579 116.

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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