News for England South-West – 20 September 2020

| September 18, 2020

We strongly advise you to check with organisers before travelling, as events mentioned here may be affected by fluctuating pandemic precautions. Above all, please observe all national or local restrictions, including social distancing and wearing face coverings where required.

Thornbury and South Gloucestershire ARC has a daily net on GB3ZB from 10.30am. Wednesday sees a Zoom meeting from 8pm and Friday sees a net from 8pm around 145.450MHz. For details, email

Torbay Amateur Radio Society has nets on Sundays on 14.270MHz from 9.30am and on 145.575MHz from 12 noon. Monday’s nets are 3.663MHz from 10.30am, 1.982MHz from 8pm, and 50.155MHz from 8.30pm. Wednesday sees nets on 14.270MHz from 9.30am and 3.663MHz from 10.30am. On Friday there’s a club meeting with a guest speaker from 7.30pm and a net on 3.663MHz from 9.15pm. Saturday’s net is on 3.663MHz from 10am. Contact Kerry, M0KRE, on 0772 599 9973.

Cornish Radio Amateur Club has a net on Tuesdays on 70.425MHz FM and Thursdays on 29.150MHz FM. The Friday net is on 145.350MHz FM. Details from Steve, G7VOH, on 01209 844 939.

On Tuesday Exeter Amateur Radio Society club has its net on GB3EW from 7.45pm. Contact Ivor, G6ATJ, on 0792 762 8685.

Isle of Avalon Amateur Radio Club has a digimode net on Tuesday at 9pm on 28.115MHz USB. There’s a net on Wednesday from 9pm on 2m FM with CW practice on 28.118MHz. On Thursday there’s a net on 433.475MHz from 9pm. Friday sees a club night or a net on 145.475MHz from 7pm. Contact Matt, 2E0FNT, on 0730 554 9614.

Weston-super-Mare Radio Society has its net via GB3WB on Thursday from 8pm. Details from M0JOG on 0750 066 8674.

South Bristol Amateur Radio Club plans to operate GB0SDR for Railways on the Air next Saturday and Sunday. Contact Andy, G7KNA, on 0783 869 5471.

Category: News for England South West and Channel Islands