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GB2RS News Script for 8 April 2018

| April 6, 2018

Please click the link below to download this week’s news script GB2RS News Script for 8 April 2018

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Supporting clubs to encourage growth and participation

| March 27, 2018
Supporting clubs to encourage growth and participation

We know that clubs around the country are doing great things to encourage new people into amateur radio and to help current radio amateurs to develop their skills at all levels. The Society provides a range of services to support clubs in these activities, from the administration of exams to the provision of contests and […]

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Nominations for President

| February 27, 2018

Our Society has open elections for its President.  Unfortunately no nominations have been received for 2018-20 and the post is now being re-advertised. The closing date is 2359 on 26 April. If an election is required, details will be published in the June edition of RadCom, available in mid-May. The current President Nick Henwood, G3RWF […]

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New Amateur Radio Observation Service (AROS) and Intruder Watch Coordinator

| February 22, 2018

RSGB is pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Lamont, G4DYA to the joint role of AROS Coordinator and Intruder Watch Coordinator. Richard has been a broadcast engineer with the BBC, an editor of radio magazines and a company director. He also knows his way around the ITU Regulations. We welcome him to his new […]

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New Chair of the Emerging Technology Coordination Committee (ETCC)

| February 22, 2018

We’re delighted to announce that Andrew Barrett, G8DOR has been appointed as the new Chair of the ETCC for an initial period of three years. Andrew is the current Vice-Chair. We would like to thank John McCullagh, GI4BWM for the enormous level of work that he has put into the role of ETCC Chair over […]

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National Club of the Year 2017 and the RSGB Strategy

| February 19, 2018
National Club of the Year 2017 and the RSGB Strategy

This year the RSGB has decided to change the theme of the National Club of the Year competition to fit more closely with its strategic goals. The theme of “Mentoring and Retention” sits right at the heart of the Society’s main goal of having “an active and thriving amateur radio community” and sends a two-fold […]

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