COVID temporarily closes National Radio Centre

| December 22, 2021

In light of the rapidly increasing COVID-19 cases and the high transmission rates, the RSGB has reluctantly decided to close the National Radio Centre (NRC) at Bletchley Park temporarily until further notice.

The situation will be reviewed in the New Year and announcements about re-opening made via GB2RS News, the RSGB website and social media.

During the closure, the RSGB Members’ voucher for free entry to the NRC will be taken offline.

We apologise for any disappointment or inconvenience the closure may cause, but believe it to be in the best interests for the wellbeing of both volunteers and visitors.

During this time the NRC weekday 80m net will be reactivated.

The net takes place at 1030UTC on weekdays around 3.727MHz, plus or minus interference.

Martyn, G0GMB, the NRC Coordinator, and the NRC volunteers, look forward to speaking to as many amateurs as possible over the next few weeks.

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