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RSGB attends Dayton and welcomes new members

| May 23, 2024

Members of the RSGB Team, including RSGB General Manager, Steve Thomas M1ACB and the RSGB President, John McCullagh, GI4BWM had a successful time at the Dayton Hamvention last weekend. The event was a brilliant opportunity to engage with radio amateurs from around the world and resulted in 132 people joining or rejoining the RSGB. There […]

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Be part of the Exams and Syllabus Review Group

| May 23, 2024

The Exams and Syllabus Review Group (ESRG) is looking for new members to move the group forward. Its current task is to approve a new Direct to Full syllabus and to write and approve new questions for the new exams in September due to licence changes. The group meets online every Tuesday between 15:00 and […]

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RSGB Discovery scheme relaunched in new format

| May 23, 2024

The RSGB Discovery scheme has just been relaunched in a new format. Now called the Discovery Logbook, there are fewer requirements, an easy-to-follow programme and exciting links with external organisations such as Parks On The Air and Worked All Britain. There are also some great RSGB Awards to work towards if you’d like to include […]

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Also in GB2RS this week…

| May 23, 2024

British Science Week is an annual event run by the British Science Association celebrating science, technology, engineering and maths. The event, which is taking place between the 7 and 16 March 2025, will have the theme ‘change and adapt’, which lends itself perfectly to amateur radio in the 21st century. As part of its commitment to […]

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RSGB Board liaison roles update

| May 17, 2024

Each RSGB Board Director has a liaison role between the Board and specific aspects of the Society’s work. This focuses very much on the work done by RSGB volunteers in committees, groups and teams as well as by the Honorary Officers. The Board has just agreed the liaison roles for the coming year. To find […]

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RAF Henlow Signals Museum to close

| May 17, 2024

The Signals Museum at RAF Henlow is closing soon. Its final open day will be on the 8 June 2024. According to the Museum’s website, after this time it will start to dispose of its exhibits. The Museum attempts to tell the story of RAF Signals. Among its attractions, it contains a lot of working […]

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