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RSGB National Radio Centre volunteers

| November 3, 2022
RSGB National Radio Centre volunteers

The RSGB National Radio Centre (NRC) welcomes thousands of people through its doors each month and we need to expand our team of volunteers. If you’re interested in becoming an NRC volunteer you should enjoy meeting people and be prepared to work a minimum of one—preferably two—days per month. The National Radio Centre has a […]

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RSGB Legacy Committee

| March 17, 2022

The RSGB Legacy Fund, thanks to the generosity of donors, has significant financial resources available to encourage and develop amateur radio. The Legacy Committee (a subcommittee of the RSGB Board) considers proposals for grants to be given to projects from the RSGB Legacy Fund. The criteria for the award of grants was established some years […]

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RSGB Convention Chair vacancy

| February 23, 2022

Following two immensely successful online Conventions when the RSGB opened its full day of presentations to radio amateurs across the world as a response to Covid restrictions, the Society is looking forward to a different type of event this year. It wants to draw together the reach of an online event with the benefits of […]

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HF Contest Committee vacancy

| January 17, 2020

With the new FT4 contest series starting in February, the HF Contest Committee (HFCC) would like to increase its expertise in the WSJT mode. If you are a keen FT8er and are going to take part in the RSGB FT4 Monday series, why not consider joining the committee? Ideally, committee members should be regular participants […]

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The RSGB Youth Team is recruiting

| October 25, 2019

The Youth Team exists to encourage young people into the hobby, and consists of young people and adults up to the age of 26 who understand the needs of that age range The team has a Youth Champion and there are currently 10 members, based far and wide across the UK: from Peter in Swansea […]

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International Amateur Radio Union

| June 1, 2019

RSGB volunteers contribute to the development of international amateur radio within Region 1 of the International Amateur Radio Union. Some volunteers also work directly with the IARU. This vital work goes on largely unseen but is essential in ensuring the amateur radio voice is heard, especially in Regional telecommunication organisations, the International Telecommunications Union and […]

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