News for England North – 19 October 2014

| October 17, 2014

On Sunday 19 and 26 October Warrington Amateur Radio Club is holding the regular Solder Sunday meeting with construction projects. On Tuesday there is a talk by Paul G1DVA entitled Amateur Radio an Evolving Hobby!, then it’s the Thursday Club meeting on the 23rd. Details from Ken Hatton, G3VBA on 01928 733 234.

On Monday 20 October, Angel of the North Amateur Radio Club has a rally planning evening with setting up taking place on Friday. Saturday sees the club at the Fog on the Tyne rally, then on Sunday they are attending Great Northern Hamfest. Contact Nancy Bone, G7UUR on 01914 770 036.

On Monday Thornton Cleveleys Amateur Radio Society has an address by the incoming chairman. Details from John E. Rodway, G4FRK, on 01253 862 810.

On Tuesday 21 October Fleetwood Radio Enthusiasts Group is meeting at the Kite shop, FY7 6QE. Contact John Earnshaw, M0JFE, on 07940 815 659.

On Tuesday Halifax and District Amateur Radio Society has a practical demonstration of SSTV and other data modes. Foundation and Advanced training courses will also take place as normal. On Wednesday there is a club net on 145.400MHz, starting at 7.30pm, club members and non-members alike are invited to call in. Details from Martin, M0GQB, on 01422 341 317.

On Tuesday Wirral and District Amateur Radio Club will be taking part in the UK Activity Contest on 23cm. On Wednesday it’s the construction competition awards and presentation evening with hotpot supper. Details from Simon, G6XHF on 0151 601 3269.

On Wednesday 22 October Denby Dale Radio has a club net from 7.30pm on145.575MHz. Details from Richard, M0RBG, on 07976 220 126.

On Wednesday Hornsea Amateur Radio Club is holding the YL quiz. Details from Gordon MacNaught, G3WOV on 01377 240 573.

On Thursday 23 October Mid-Cheshire Amateur Radio Society has a talk on lithium polymer batteries by 2E0KOL. Contact Peter Paul Fox, G8HAV, on 01606 553 401.

On Thursday South Manchester Radio and Computer Club is having a talk entitled Tarmac to Table by Martyn Lovell and Adam Greenslade. Details from Ron, G3SVW, on 01619 693 999.

On Friday 24 October East Cleveland Amateur Radio Club has a night on the air. For more information contact Alistair, G4OLK, on 01642 475 671.

On Saturday 25 October Pontefract and District Amateur Radio Society will be listening to Fred Haise, the Apollo 13 lunar module pilot, who will be visiting Pontefract again to give a talk entitled Failure is Not an Option. More information from Nigel G0BPK by email to

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