News for England South-East – 8 May 2022

| May 6, 2022

On Sundays, Lowestoft District & Pye Amateur Radio Club has a club net on 433.575MHz from 8pm. On Monday there is a club meeting at 7pm and Morse lessons by Richard. There is also a net from 8pm on 70.400MHz. On Tuesday, the 8pm net moves to 145.475MHz. There is a club meeting on Thursday from 7.30pm, and Friday sees a club net on 51.490MHz at 8pm.

King’s Lynn Amateur Radio Club has an informal net via GB3KY on Sundays. There is a net on 144.290MHz on Tuesday. Thursday sees a meeting at the Scout Hall on Chequers Lane in West Winch.

Bracknell Amateur Radio Club has a net via GB3BN from 5pm today and next Sunday. Wednesday sees a net on 145.375MHz at 8pm, and a talk on constructing and receiving on loop antennas by M0RTP. Thursday sees a net from noon on 70.425MHz. Colin, 2E0XDA, 0770 651 2505.

Today at Bittern DX, GB1GSM will be operated for National Mills on the Air. On Thursday, there is a net from 7.30pm. All are welcome. Peter, G6ZRV,

Burnham Beeches Radio Club has its net from 10.30am on Sundays, starting on 145.500MHz then moving to 145.275MHz. Greg, G4EBY,

Today, from 9am to 3pm, South Essex Amateur Radio Society will oponics@gmail.comerate a Special Event station for Windmills on the Air at Rayleigh Windmill, SS6 7ED. On Tuesday, there is an Astro Photography and Amateur Satellite talk titled Tracking objects across the Sky given by Andrew Brown, M0ONH. Alan, G0FTN, 0774 843 2026.

Chelmsford Amateur Radio Society has a CW net on Sundays from 8pm on 144.060MHz. On Monday there is a Morse class from 7.30pm around 3542kHz, followed at 8.15pm by GB2CW slow Morse on 3555kHz. At 8.30pm there is QRS for the new operator Colin Page, G0TRM. On Tuesday, there is an Open Net at 8pm. Thursday sees On air Morse training by Andy, G0IBN and Skype CW classes at 7pm.

Today sees the start of the Foundation Online Course at Essex Ham. Enrolment takes place online at On Monday, there is a net on GB3DA from 8pm with chatroom and audio feed. Visit the website Pete, M0PSX,

On Sundays Wimbledon & District Amateur Radio Society has nets on 1.980MHz from 8pm. Everyone is welcome. Monday’s net starts at 8.45pm on 145.500MHz, then moving as directed by the net controller. Kim, G6JXA,

Surrey Radio Contact Club has a net on Sundays from 9.30am on 1.905MHz. On Monday there is a net on 3.710MHz from 9am. On Monday evening, there is a 6m Propagation group meeting at 7:45pm at Trinity School. Tuesday sees a net on 51.55MHz at 8pm. On Wednesday there’s a JS8 net from 10am on 28.078MHz. On Thursday there’s a net on 70.30MHz from 8pm. Friday sees a D-Star net on 144.6125MHz at 7.30pm, followed by an FM net on 145.350MHz at 8pm. John, G3MCX, 020 8688 3322.

West Kent Amateur Radio Society has a net today at 11am on 28.730MHz. All are welcome. On Monday, the monthly club meeting takes place at Bidborough Village Hall, with a talk by Steve G0TAN on “Repairing radios around the World.” Details on the website  Phil, G3MGQ,

Hastings Electronics and Radio Club has a daily net on 144.575MHz from 10am. On Monday there is a CW net from 8pm on 3.563 or 29.200MHz, depending on conditions, with a simultaneous listening watch on 144.575MHz. At around 8.30pm the net moves to 29.200MHz FM.

Horndean & District Amateur Radio Club has a net on Sundays from 9.30am on 1950kHz CW. Monday sees a net around 1950kHz from 7.30pm. On Wednesday there is a 2m net from 7.30pm, hosted by John using G6RST 145.375. Visit the website

Hog’s Back Amateur Radio Club is having a natter night on Monday. Ray, G4LUA, on 0118 981 4174.

Norfolk Amateur Radio Club has an informal net on GB3NB from 7.30pm on Monday plus a CW net on 80m. The club is holding its AGM at CNS School from 7pm on Wednesday. Chris, G0DWV, 01603 898 308

On Tuesday, North Kent Radio Society Club has club net starting on 145.500MHz at 8.30pm. Andy, G8MLQ, 0772 332 1005.

On Tuesday Fort Purbrook Amateur Radio Club has its Bramble Net on GB3IW at 7.30pm, a joint open net and parallel Zoom with the Isle of Wight Radio Society. The club has an open net on Thursday from 7.30pm on 145.275MHz, moving to GB3SH at 8pm. Rod, G4SPS,

Loughton & Epping Forest Amateur Radio Society has nets on Wednesday from 8pm on Brandmeister DMR TG23511 and 70.475MHz FM. Thursday sees a net from 8pm on 144.725MHz FM. On Friday there is a Zoom meeting.

Bromley & District Amateur Radio Society has a net from 8.30pm on Wednesday, starting on 145.500MHz. Andy, G4WGZ, 01689 878 089.

On Wednesday, Chesham & District Amateur Radio Society Club has an antenna testing evening at Ashley Green Memorial Hall at 8pm. Malcolm, G3ZNU, 01494 890 840

On Wednesday, Southdown Amateur Radio Society has an FM net on 145.275MHz at 8.30am, a cafe meeting at 12.30pm, a net via GB3ZX at 2pm, and a CW net on 144.060MHz at 7pm. Tom, 2E0ONX, visit the website

Shefford and District Amateur Radio Society has a presentation given by Fred, F4BWP on What Is the Logbook of the World? David, G8UOD,

Silverthorn Radio Club meets at 8pm on Friday. Colin, 2E1FQE, 0797 335 0421.

Harlow & District Amateur Radio Society has a club meeting on Friday at 8pm. Gary,

On Friday, Whitton Amateur Radio has its shack on the air on HF and VHF. Ian, G0OFN, 0795 620 3495.

Itchen Valley Amateur Radio Club is building QDX and uSDX transceivers on Friday at 8pm, with Paul, M1CNK. Chris, G7LWV,

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