News for England South-West – 3 July 2022

| July 1, 2022

Today, the 3rd of July, the Cornish Radio Amateur Club Rally is at Penair School, Truro from 10am. On Tuesday the club has a Zoom committee meeting at 7.30pm. Thursday sees the main meeting at the new venue of Crofthandy Village Hall at 7.30pm Steve, G7VOH, on 01209 844 939.

The Online Radio Club has a virtual radio club night at 7:30pm every Thursday via Zoom. It is suitable for all radio enthusiasts regardless of individual skill level. Go to the website for the meeting link.

Ham Radio Network has An Evening with… online on Monday. Go to the website for the link.

On Sundays, Flight Refuelling Amateur Radio Society has a net on 145.3875MHz from 7pm, on 50.180MHz SSB from 8pm and the club opens at 7pm. The club is also open on Wednesday from 7pm. Thursday sees nets at 7pm on 70.400MHz and 8pm on 145.3875MHz. Sue, M0PSZ,

Trowbridge & District Amateur Radio Club has a club net on 145.375MHz today and next Sunday. Wednesday see and on the air and natter night from 8pm. All are welcome to join in. Shaun, G0BKU,

On Sundays, Riviera Amateur Radio Club has a net from 8pm on GB7TQ. On Wednesday there’s a net on 145.425MHz from 8pm.

On Sundays Appledore & District Amateur Radio Club has a net on 1.860MHz from 9.30am, followed by an SSB net on 144.260MHz. The club has weekday nets taking place from 4pm on 145.450MHz on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. On Wednesday the net moves to 144.260MHz between 8 and 9pm. There is another net on Friday from 8pm on 145.450MHz. 2m Elevenses nets take place on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 11am and 12 noon via GB3DN. John, G3JKL

On Sundays, Torbay Amateur Radio Society Club nets are on 14.270MHz at 9.30am and 145.575MHz at 12 noon. On Monday nets are held around 3.663MHz from 10.30am, 1.982MHz from 8pm and 50.155MHz from 8.30pm. On Wednesday the nets are around 14.270MHz at 9.30am and around 3.663MHz at 10.30am. On Saturday the net is around 3.663MHz at 10.30am. Kerry, M0KRE, 0772 599 9973.

Weston Super Mare Radio Society has a club meeting on Monday from 7.30pm at the Weston Super Mare Social Club, Devonshire Road. There is a net on Thursday from 8pm via GB3WB.

Blackmoor Vale Amateur Radio Society has a club meeting at 7.30pm on Tuesday in the New Remembrance Hall, Shaftesbury SP7 0PL. Wednesday sees nets on 28.360MHz at 8pm and 70.425MHz at 9pm. Keith, M0TMO,

On Tuesday, the Isle of Avalon Radio Club has a net on 433.475MHz from 9pm. The net moves to 145.475MHz on Wednesdays, again from 9pm. On Thursdays the net is on 28.405MHz USB from 9pm. Friday sees a club meeting at Ivor’s Paddock from 6pm. Matt, 2E0FNT, 0730 554 9614.

Sidmouth Amateur Radio Society has a club meeting on Tuesday. Dave, G6XUV,

Guernsey ARS has a net on Tuesday from 8pm on 145.525MHz. On Thursday the open DMR net is from 8pm on GB7GY on talkgroup 23515, time slot 1. The club meets at the Bunker, Beau Sejour Leisure Centre from 7.30pm on Friday. Everyone is welcome. Tom, 2U0TKB, 0778 140 5083.

On Wednesday Callington Amateur Radio Society has a meeting at Callington Town Hall Council Chamber from 7pm. Steve G7HEP, 01566 773155

On Wednesday, Bluebell Hill Radio Club has a DMR net on Brandmeister TG 23519 via hotspot only from 8pm. There is a net via GB3RE at 8pm on Thursday. Peter, 2E0FPH, 0754 581 8501.

Thornbury & South Gloucestershire Amateur Radio Club has a meeting on Wednesday from 7.30pm at The Chantry, Thornbury. Visitors are welcome. Friday sees a club net starting on 145.500MHz at 8pm, then moving to 145.450MHz. Terry, M0TJX,

The Operators Net is every Thursday at 8pm around 145.425MHz. Covering all of Cornwall and surrounding areas the net is open to all and has a focus on portable operating but fixed stations always welcome. Callum,

Saltash & District Amateur Radio Club meets on Thursday via GB3PL at 7.30pm. Mark, M0WMB, 0781 054 8458.

On Thursday, Yeovil Amateur Radio Club has a talk on Where does your transmitter power go? by G3MYM in the Parish Room. Darren, 2E0EVU, 07973 663135.

Jersey Amateur Radio Society club room is now open on Friday evenings. They have gained access to the club by using the track to the Meteorological Radar Tower and a foot path along the fence. Please, be very careful as the ground is quite rough, you will need a torch if it’s dark. Rob, MJ0RZD, 0779 792 3916.

Holsworthy Amateur Radio Club nets have now been suspended for the Summer, resuming in September. There is a talk on Wednesday on the operating schemes POTA, HEMA and SOTA at 7.30pm. Visit the website for details.

Category: News for England South West and Channel Islands