News for England South-East – 25 June 2017

| June 23, 2017

We start with clubs that have several events this week. Coulsdon Amateur Transmitting Society has nets today and next Sunday at 11am on 145.4MHz ± QRM and 5pm on 3.7MHz ± QRM. Wednesday sees a net from 9pm on 70.425MHz. Details from Andy Briers, G0KZT, via email to

Radio Society of Harrow has its club net at noon on 1938kHz LSB today. On Monday there’s a club net starting at 8.15pm on 145.500MHz, moving to 145.350MHz. Contact Linda, G7RJL, via email to

Surrey Radio Contact Club has a net today and next Sunday on 1905kHz from 9.30am. Thursday sees a net on 70.300MHz from 8pm, and on Friday there’s a net on 145.350MHz from 8pm. Contact John, G3MCX, on 020 8688 3322.

Essex Ham has a net on GB3DA from 8pm on Monday, with chatroom and audio feed at Saturday sees the Essex YL net on GB3DA from 8pm and next Sunday the online Foundation course continues. Contact Pete, M0PSX, via email to

Bromley and District Amateur Radio Society is having a steak night at the Sovereign of the Seas in Petts Wood on Tuesday. The club net is on Wednesday from 9pm on 145.400MHz. Contact Andy, G4WGZ, on 01689 878 089.

Norfolk Coast Amateur Radio Society is having a talk on Morse for all on Tuesday and a talk on HF contesting on Thursday. For details email Steve, G3PND, via

Southdown Amateur Radio Society has a cafe meeting on Wednesday from 12.30. Next Saturday sees the Beachy Head 50th Anniversary Summer barbecue. Details from John, G3DQY, on 01424 424 319.

Worthing and District Amateur Radio Club is having a practical evening or workshop demonstration on Wednesday. Next Sunday sees the regular club breakfast. Contact Al, M0OAL, via email to

Mid-Sussex Amateur Radio Society is preparing for VHF National Field Day on Friday, and taking part in the event next Saturday and Sunday. For details, contact Dennis Conway, M0YDC, on 0747 630 1044.

Now we return to the traditional listing in date order. Today, South Essex Amateur Radio Society is running GB2BOX at RAF Boxted for Museums on the Air. Details from Terry Howchen, G1FBW, on 07986 070 040.

On Sunday Thames Amateur Radio Group is running an operating stand at Hadleigh Country Park. Details from Patrick Higham, G8JLM, on 01621 855 461.

On Tuesday Braintree and District Amateur Radio Society is holding a barbecue. Contact Edwin, G0LPO, on 01376 324 031.

On Tuesday Dorking and District Radio Society is having a talk by Ken Tythacott, M3CFC of his early days in wireless. Contact David Browning, M6DJB, via email to

On Tuesday Leiston Amateur Radio Club has its VHF/UHF activity contest. Details from John, G4XVE, via email to

On Wednesday Bracknell Amateur Radio Club has an open net from 8pm on 145.375MHz. Contact David, M0XDF, via email to

On Wednesday Crawley Amateur Radio Club is having a talk by RSGB President Nick, G3RWF. Details from Richard, G3ZIY, on 01342 843 545.

On Wednesday Crystal Palace Radio and Electronics Club has its net from 8pm on 145.525MHz (S21) ± QRM. Contact Bob, G3OOU, on 01737 552 170.

On Wednesday Darenth Valley Radio Society is having an antenna test night. More details from Mike, G8AXA, on 0788 415 7776.

On Wednesday Hastings Electronics and Radio Club is having a talk by Rodney on various electronics topics. Details from Gordon, on 01424 431 909.

On Wednesday Newbury and District Amateur Radio Society is having a presentation on the Yaesu System Fusion by Paul, G3WYW. Contact Rob, G4LMW, on 0797 088 5614.

On Wednesday Norfolk Amateur Radio Club is having an informal and Bright Sparks evening. Contact Chris Danby, G0DWV, on 01603 898 308.

On Thursday Horsham Amateur Radio Club is having a fox hunt. Details from Alistair, G3ZBU, on 07855 268 666.

On Thursday Thurrock Acorns Amateur Radio Club has an open net on 2m from 7.30pm. Contact Gordon, M0WJL, via email to

On Saturday Huntingdonshire Amateur Radio Society is at Buckden Village Festival. Contact David, M0VTG, via email to

On Sunday Felixstowe and District Amateur Radio Society is marking Darrell’s Day with the special event station GB2FX at Landguard Museum. More information from Paul, G4YQC, by email to

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