News for England South-East – 12 April 2020

| April 9, 2020

Burnham Beeches Radio Club has its net every Sunday from 10.30am, normally settling on 145.275MHz. Contact Greg, G4EBY, via email to

Radio Society of Harrow has its net on 145.350MHz narrow FM from 2pm on Sundays and on Monday from 8.15pm. Details from Linda, G7RJL via email to

Surrey Radio Contact Club has nets on Sundays from 9.30am on 1905kHz LSB. On Tuesday there’s a net on 51.55MHz FM from 8pm. Thursday sees nets from 10am on 28.07MHz JS8 digital and from 8pm on 70.30MHz FM. On Friday there’s a D-Star net from 7.30pm on 144.6125MHz, and on 145.350MHz FM from 8pm. Contact John, G3MCX, on 020 8688 3322.

On Monday Fort Purbrook Amateur Radio Club has an open net from 8pm on 145.275MHz. Friday sees an open net on 433.450MHz, moving later to GB3IW. Contact Rod, G4SPS, via email to

Loughton and Epping Forest Amateur Radio Society has DMR nets on Wednesday and Thursday from 8pm on Brandmeister TG23511, and, simultaneously, on 70.475MHz FM. For details, email

On Tuesday Bredhurst Receiving and Transmitting Society has its net on GB3DA from 7.30pm. Contact Nicky, via email to

On Tuesday Camb-Hams has its net on GB3PI from 8pm—for details, see

On Tuesday Chelmsford Amateur Radio Society has its net from 8pm on GB3DA. Details from Jon, M0KGX, via email to

On Wednesday Bracknell Amateur Radio Club has net from 8pm on 145.375MHz FM, moving to Brandmeister DMR talk group 23529 from around 8.40pm. Contact David, M0XDF, via email to

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

On Wednesday Southdown Amateur Radio Society has an FM net on 145.275MHz from 8.30am and a CW net on 144.060MHz from 7pm—for details, see

Hilderstone Radio Society is having a net from 7pm on GB3EK on scheduled club nights and asks members to monitor the repeater from 7pm each night, so any amateur can have a chat or get assistance. For details, email

On Thursday Shefford and District Amateur Radio Society has a club net on from 8pm, starting on 145.500MH and going on a spare channel. More information from David, G8UOD on 01234 742 757.

On Friday Harwell Amateur Radio Society has nets on 1.845MHz from 8.30pm and on 3.710MHz from 8.45pm—details at

On Friday Whitton Amateur Radio Group has on the air club night on the HF and VHF bands—details from Ian, G0OFN, 07956 203 495.

Category: News for England East and East Anglia, News for England South and South East, News for London and Thames Valley