RSGB National Radio Centre volunteers

| September 30, 2021

The RSGB National Radio Centre (NRC) welcomes thousands of people through its doors each month

In August 2021 alone, nearly 14,500 came to find out more about amateur radio.

We need to expand our team of volunteers and are particularly looking for people who can be part of the team during the week.

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 fantastic set-up and full training on using the GB3RS radio station will be given.

NRC volunteer Nigel, G4RWI says: “You don’t have to have huge knowledge, just an interest and enthusiasm about radio communication.”

Take a look at the article (1-page/203KB PDF) in the October RadCom to hear from more of the volunteers.

You will be joining a friendly and dedicated team and full training will be given. NRC volunteers enjoy numerous benefits associated with volunteering at Bletchley Park.

Please email NRC Coordinator Martyn Baker, G0GMB for further information about volunteering:


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