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GB2RS NEWS Sunday 6th June 2010

Von: newsdesk@rsgb.org.uk [Profil]
Datum: 04.06.2010 17:00
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GB2RS NEWS

Sunday 6th June 2010

The news headlines

Space scientist and Sky at Night Presenter at the RSGB Convention

5MHz logging program amended

European Parliament report published

It has been announced that space scientist and Sky at Night presenter,
Dr Lucie Green will be lecturing at the RSGB Convention later this year.
As part of the VHF & Up stream, Dr Green will be talking on her work in
understanding how immense magnetic fields in the Sun's atmosphere evolve
to the point where they erupt as a coronal mass ejection. Last year, Dr
Lucie Green was the recipient of the 2009 Royal Society Kohn Award for
Excellence in Engaging the Public with Science. You can book your
tickets for the RSGB Convention, which will take place from 8 to 10
October near Milton Keynes, via www.rsgbevents.org.

Following the extension of UK amateur's experimental access to 5MHz
channels, Alan, G0TLK has kindly written a software `patch' to allow his
5MHz logging program, 5MHzLog, to work until 30 June 2015. It will
otherwise stop working at the end of June 2010. The patch can be
downloaded from his website, where you will also find installation
instructions. This page is linked from the 5MHz Station Logging web page
at www.rsgb.org/spectrumforum/hf/log.php.

The European Parliament published the Second Progress Report On The
Operation Of Directive 1999/5/EC on radio equipment and
telecommunications terminal equipment and the mutual recognition of
their conformity, which might affect amateur radio in the future. Thilo,
DL9KCE asks that amateurs read this document and possibly intervene
through your national MEPs if you think it necessary. You can see the
report via the IARU Region 1 website, www.iaru-r1.org.

The open day at Hull & District Amateur Radio Club scheduled for 17 July
has been cancelled and put back a couple of months. Instead the club
will be attending the regatta at Hull marina.

>From now until the end of October, the Vintage Radio Museum in Howth,
County Dublin in Southern Ireland is open every day from 11am until 4pm.
The museum is run on a voluntary basis by Pat Herbert, an enthusiastic
collector of radio memorabilia for the last 50 years. The Howth Martello
Radio Group operates an amateur radio station, EI0MAR, most weekends.
Amateurs are more than welcome to visit and operate the station by prior
arrangement. Contact details and more information are on the website,
www.ei0mar.org.

The UK regulator, Ofcom, has announced its decision on 24GHz automotive
Short Range Radar (SRR) and thanked the RSGB for their response on the
subject. You can read the full statement by putting 24GHZ into the
search box on the Ofcom website www.ofcom.org.uk.

And now for the details of rallies and events for the coming week

The 14th Red Rose QRP Festival takes place today, Sunday 6 June, from
11am to 3pm in Formby Hall, Alder Street, which is off the High Street
in Atherton, Manchester. The postcode for satnav users is

M46 9EY. There will be trade and individual stands as well as club
stands including RSGB and G QRP. The Festival also runs a low cost Bring
& Buy. Admission is ?2 with children under 14 free. More details from
Les Jackson, G4HZJ on 01942 870634.

British Amateur TV Club Biennial General Meeting will be held today, 6
June, at the Hellidon Lakes Hotel, near Daventry NN11 6GG. Doors open at
9am for the exhibition and lectures run from 10am to 2pm, entry is ?4
for non BATC members. The BGM starts at 2.30pm. The event will be
streamed live at www.batc.tv.

Also today, 6 June, the Spalding & DARS Annual Rally will take place at
The Sir John Gleed Technology School, Halmer Gardens, Spalding,
Lincolnshire, PE11 2EF. Talk in will be provided on S22. Doors open at
10am and there is free car parking. More details from John, G4NBR on
0794 630 2815.

Newhaven Fort Amateur Radio Group Rally and Fort Open Day takes place
today, 6 June, at Newhaven Fort, East Sussex. The doors open at 10.30am
and admission is ?2. Sellers tables are ?7 each and set up is from 9am.
More details from Eddie, G0ECW on 01273 300772.

The 9th Junction 28 QRP Rally will take place on 13 June at  Alfreton
Leisure Centre, Church Street, Alfreton, Derbyshire DE55 7AH. The venue
is just 10 minutes from junction 18 of the M1 and the A38. Doors open at
10am and there will be trade stands, a Bring & Buy and special interest
groups. More details from Russell Bradley, G0OKD on 01773 783658.

Now for the news of special events

Today, 6 June, GB70BRS will be on the air from the Manor building at
Bawdsey.

On 7 June, GB2HC will be on the air from Harrogate College and GB4FF
will be on the air for the Flag Fen from Peterborough.

11 June sees GB0NOP on the air. It stands for Nil Obstare Potest, the
motto of 514 Squadron.

The Abridge Village Fete has GB2VAF on the air on 12 June. The same day,
GB2CWM is on the air from Suffolk for the Cold War Museum.

On 13 June, Friskney & East Linconshire Communications Club will be
running a working station at the Friskney Show. The event will be held
at The Friskney Hall & Playing Fields, Church Road, Friskney near Boston
PE22 8RD. MX0LFC will be on the air from 9am to 4pm and visitors are
welcome. The show is a real family event and has been very popular the
last couple of years and generally finishes with a fly over by the
Lancaster, Spitfire or Dakota aircraft.

Special event station ZS10WCS will be on the air until 12 July to
celebrate the 2010 Football World Cup being held in South Africa. The
call will be used by members of various South African Radio League
affiliated clubs. QSL with a Self Addressed Envelope and one
International Reply Coupon to PO Box 1721, Strubensvallei, 1735, South
Africa. (SARL)

And now the HF DX news compiled from 425 DX News and other sources.

>From 19 June to 15 August YO/M0GQU will be on air as part of an `off
road' expedition to Transylvania with the 4x4 Vampire Tour. This is an
annual event that involves 900km of forest road, meadows and mountain
peaks. The idea is to activate a mobile work station YO/M0GQU/M and base
YO/M0GQU. During the day the station will be heard primarily on 80m and
20m. If the propagation conditions allow, you may also find them on 10m
and 6m. All information about this event can be found at
www.transylvania.4x4zone.co.uk.

G5XW will be active from Malta as 9H3XW between 12 and 19 June. His
operation will be on the HF bands using SSB with no set times or
frequencies. QSL via his home callsign, direct only.

Dennis Motschenbacher, K7BV will be active as 5J0BV from San Andreas
Providencia from 9 to 20 June. While not as rare in the USA, there still
appears to be a large demand for this location world-wide even after
Dennis's two previous operations devoted to 6 meters. More on this
operation including QSL routing is online at www.tinyurl.com/2unguet.

Franco, IL7/IK4YCQ, will be on the air from San Domino Island and
Tremiti Islands until 10 June. QSL via his home call.

Waldi, LA/SP7IDX is active from Engeloya Island until 17 June. QSL via
home call.

Now the contest news

The RSGB UHF UK Affiliated Clubs results are now available on the RSGB
Contest Committee website. There were 118 stations active for the
contest and there was a record turnout on 23cm with 43 entries. See the
results at www.rsgbcc.org/vhf/results/10/uhfukac.html.

Today, 6 June, the Practical Wireless magazine 4m low power contest
takes place between 1200 and 1700UTC. The maximum power allowed is 10
watts. Using all modes the exchange is signal report, serial number and
locator.

The data leg of the 80m Club Championships take place on 7 June from
1900 to 2030UTC. The exchange is signal report and serial number.

The 432MHz UK Activity Contest takes place between 1900 and 2030OUT on 8
June. The exchange is signal report, serial number and locator.

On Saturday 12 June, the BARTG 75 Baud Sprint is a new contest taking
place between 2000 and 2359UTC. This is a try-out event, to test if
there is sufficient support and interest to make it worthwhile for BARTG
to add it to their calendar annually. There are only two classes of
entry, each for single operators.  The bands are 14 and 28MHz and the
exchange is serial number only.

Sunday 13 June is another busy day for contest. The WAB 6m phone contest
takes place between 0900 and 1500UTC. The exchange is signal report,
serial number and WAB square. Please note that this is not a `points per
km' event. Multipliers are WAB squares and DXCC countries. On the same
day there's the PW 2m QRP contest from 0900 to 1600UTC. The power limit
is 3 watts and multipliers are locator squares. The exchange is signal
report, serial number and locator. Finally the second 144MHz backpackers
contest takes place between 1100 and 1500UTC. The exchange is signal
report, serial number and locator.

Now the solar factual data for the period from the 24th to the 30th of
May, compiled by Neil Clarke, G0CAS on the 31st of May.

Sunspots were visible every day and from the 29th three groups were
visible. All were small and magnetically simple and no group produced
any solar flares worthy of any note. Solar activity was very low. Solar
flux levels showed a slight increase of only two units during the
period. The average was 73 units. The 90 day solar flux average on the
30th remained the same level as last week at 78 units. X-ray flux levels
varied little and averaged A2.9 units. Geomagnetic activity started at
quiet levels with an Ap index of only 2 units on the 24th. Activity
started to increase late on the 28th which was too late to increase the
Ap index to more that 10 units for that day. With a prolonged period of
negative Bz down to minus 14 nanoTeslas on the 29th lasting almost 20
hours the Ap on the 29th was 33 units. This disturbance was in response
to a coronal mass ejection that took place on the 23rd and 24th. The
average was Ap 11 units. Solar wind data from the ACE spacecraft saw
solar wind speeds increase from 280 kilometres per second on the 25th to
530 by the end of the period. Particle densities were low except for the
brief increases to 11 and 14 particles per cubic centimetre on the 28th
and the 30th respectively. Bz varied between minus 2 and plus 3
nanoTeslas on the quietest day and between minus 14 and plus 11
nanoTeslas during the disturbance.

HF MUFs were depressed by several megahertz on the 29th, with
high-latitude paths particularly degraded. VHF aurora was reported at
50, 70 and 144MHz across the whole of northern Europe, including most of
the UK. Sporadic-E took place just about every day with openings up to
70MHz from the UK and 144MHz in some parts of Europe.

And now the solar forecast. Without the emergence of any large sunspot
groups solar activity is expected to be very low. Some days the solar
disc could be spotless this week. Solar flux levels should be in the low
70's for most of the week. Geomagnetic activity is expected to be at
quiet levels everyday. MUFs during daylight hours at equal latitudes
should be around 19MHz for the south and 16MHz for the north. Darkness
hour lows should be about 11MHz. Paths this week to the Middle East via
the F layer should have a maximum usable frequency with a 50 per cent
success rate of around 20MHz. The optimum working frequency with a 90
per cent success rate will be about 15MHz. With the peak of the
sporadic-E season almost upon us, openings to this area should take
place via `double-hop' sporadic-E on some days. Single-hop openings will
also take place more readily on most days with openings up to 144MHz
during any large scale openings.

And that's all for this week from the propagation team.

Next, the Local News:

Please note that details of all RSGB-affiliated clubs and societies

can be found on the RSGB website, including e-mail addresses

and website links where known.

[Note to Newsreaders: Please read the local news items appropriate to
the service area of your transmission.]

NEWS FOR THE MIDLANDS

On Sunday 6 June Spalding & District Amateur Radio Society is running
its rally at Gleed School. For more information contact Graham Boor,
G8NWC, on 07947 76448.

On Monday 7 June Gloucester Amateur Radio & Electronics Society is
having an informal meeting. Contact Anne, 2E1GKY, on 01452 548478,
daytime.

On Monday 7 June South Birmingham Radio Society is having a contest
planning meeting and ragchew. Contact Don, on 0121 458 1603.

On Monday 7 June Wythall Radio Club continues its Intermediate course.
Details from Christopher Pettitt, G0EYO, by email to
g0eyo@blueyonder.co.uk.

On Tuesday 8 June Derby & District Amateur Radio Society is having a
committee meeting. Contact Richard Buckby, by email to
radio@dadars.org.uk.

On Tuesday 8 June Eagle Radio Group is having a talk on ham radio in New
Zealand by Tony, G3RKL / ZL2RKL. Details from Terry, G0SWS, on 01507
478590.

On Tuesday 8 June Loughborough & District Amateur Radio Club is holding
a DF competition on 160m under the new rules. More information from
Chris, G1ETZ, on 01509 504 319.

On Tuesday 8 June Mid-Warwickshire Amateur Radio Society is having a
talk on antenna measurements by G8UKT. Details from Don, G4CYG, on 019
2642 4465.

On Tuesday 8 June Wythall Radio Club is having a committee meeting.
Details from Christopher Pettitt, G0EYO, by email to
g0eyo@blueyonder.co.uk.

On Wednesday 9 June Bolsover Amateur Radio Society is having a talk on
2m antennas by David, M3VKS. For details, send an email to
postmaster@g4rsb.org.uk.

On Wednesday 9 June Hinckley Amateur Radio Society is holding an antenna
workshop, looking at the magnetic loop for HF with John Rogers, M0JAV.
Details from John, M0JAV, on 07836 731544.

On Wednesday 9 June Lincoln Short-Wave Club is having a talk on AWACS.
For more information contact Pam Rose, G4STO, on 01427 788356.

On Wednesday 9 June Midland Amateur Radio Society is having training,
Morse classes and a committee meeting. Details from Norman, G8BHE, on
01214 229 787.

On Wednesday 9 June South Notts Amateur Radio Club is preparing for its
rally. Details from Terry, M0RIA, via the web at
www.radioclubs.net/snarc.

On Wednesday 9 June Telford & District Amateur Radio Society is
preparing for the 6m Trophy and having a social event with sandwiches.
Contact Mike, G3JKX, on 01952 299 677.

On Thursday 10 June RAF Waddington Amateur Radio Club is having a talk
on antennas by Bob, G3VCA, including different ways of making them, the
do's and don'ts and so on. Details from Judy Rowlands, on 07544 456422.

On Friday 11 June Coventry Amateur Radio Society is taking part in
Bunkers on the Air from Harbury, Bulkington & Napton. Contact John,
G8SEQ, on 07958 777363.

On Friday 11 June South Birmingham Radio Society is having a
construction evening. Contact Don, on 0121 458 1603.

On Saturday 12 June Lincoln Short-Wave Club is putting G5FZ on the air
from the shack. For more information contact Pam Rose, G4STO, on 01427
788356.

On Saturday 12 June Nunsfield House Amateur Radio Group is having a
shack night and committee meeting. Details from Ken Frankcom, G3OCA, on
01332 720976.

On Saturday 12 June Welland Valley Amateur Radio Society commences its
weekend special event station GB0BON for Battle of Naesby at Ruperts
Viewpoint on Naesby Battlefield, NGR SP716842. For more information
contact Peter D Rivers, G4XEX, on 01858 432105.

On Sunday 13 June Friskney and East Lincolnshire Communications Club is
running a station at the Friskney Show. Contact Chris, M0MFP, on 01507
442240.

On Sunday 13 June South Notts Amateur Radio Club is running the Junction
28 Rally. Details from Terry, M0RIA, via the web at
www.radioclubs.net/snarc.

NEWS FOR THE NORTH OF ENGLAND

One of our long serving GB2RS news readers, John Wresdell, G3XYF, who
reads the news on 3640kHz LSB at 11am is now having to stand down.
Although G0LYZ and M0VEY are able to continue, another team member is
required. If you are an RSGB member and you would consider becoming a
GB2RS reader on 80m, please contact GB2RS News Manager, Gordon Adams,
G3LEQ, on 01 565 652 652 for more details.

On Sunday 6 June Wakefield & District Radio Society is holding a fox
hunt. Contact Ken, 2E0SSQ, on 07900 563117.

On Monday 7 June Angel of the North Amateur Radio Club takes to the air
and is having a natter night. Contact Nancy Bone, G7UUR, on 0191 477
0036.

On Monday 7 June Hornsea Amateur Radio Club is taking part in the 80m
Club Contest, Data, Home Stations. Contact Gordon MacNaught, G3WOV, on
01377 240573.

On Monday 7 June Sheffield Amateur Radio Club is having a social night
and taking part in the RSGB 80m Club Contest. For more information
contact Trevor Wood, M0TWS, by email to trevorwood6@yahoo.co.uk.

On Monday 7 June Thornton Cleveleys Amateur Radio Society is on the air.
Details from John Foster, 2E0EZY, on 01253 399377.

On Monday 7 June Workington & District Amateur Radio & IT Group is
having a presentation. Details from Barry, G0RZI, on 01946 812092.

On Tuesday 8 June Morecambe Bay Amateur Radio Society is having a film
night on DF. For more information contact Martin Hazel, M0ZIF, on 01524
848193.

On Tuesday 8 June Otley Amateur Radio Society is having a general shack
night and experimenting with antennas. Contact Paul, 2E0PAK, on 07768
996370.

On Wednesday 9 June Hornsea Amateur Radio Club is having a talk on the
Industrial Trust by Paul Booker. Contact Gordon MacNaught, G3WOV, on
01377 240573.

On Wednesday 9 June Mid-Cheshire Amateur Radio Society is planning for
NFD and on the air, testing the new 6m antenna. Contact Peter Paul Fox,
G8HAV, on 01606 553401.

On Thursday 10 June Preston Amateur Radio Society Junk Sale. Contact
Richard, M0RDZ, on 0785 587 3566.

On Thursday 10 June South Manchester Radio and Computer Club is having a
technical ideas evening. Details from Ron, G3SVW, on 0161 969 3999.

On Thursday 10 June Wakefield & District Radio Society is running a mock
Advanced exam. Contact Ken, 2E0SSQ, on 07900 563117.

On Friday 11 June East Cleveland Amateur Radio Club is holding a
technical forum. For more information contact Alistair, G4OLK, on 01642
475 671.

On Saturday 12 June Denby Dale Radio Club is operating special event
station GB2HS fromšHonley AgriculturalšShow. Contact Gerald, G3SDY, on
01484 602905.

NEWS FOR NORTHERN IRELAND

No news items have been received for Northern Ireland this week.

NEWS FOR SCOTLAND

On Tuesday 8 June Kilmarnock & Loudoun Amateur Radio Club is having a
club night. Contact Graham, MM3GDC, by email to mm3gdc@btinternet.com.

On Tuesday 8 June Livingston & District Amateur Radio Society is having
an operating evening. For more information contact Norman, on 07740
946192.

On Wednesday 9 June Ayr Amateur Radio Group is holding its AGM. Contact
Charlie, MM0GNS, on 01563 551704.

On Wednesday 9 June Lothians Radio Society is holding its AGM. Contact
Andy Sinclair, by email to lrs_secretary@moosedata.com.

On Wednesday 9 June West of Scotland Amateur Radio Society is having a
homebrew, construction and training evening. More information from Fred
Coombes, 2M0BIN, on 01415 715512.

On Thursday 10 June Aberdeen Amateur Radio Society is having a
construction evening, is on the air and holding a beginners CW class.
More information from Lewis, GM4AJR, on 01224 575 663.

On Friday 11 June West of Scotland Amateur Radio Society is having a
main club meeting. More information from Fred Coombes, 2M0BIN, on 01415
715512.

On Sunday 13 June Cockenzie & Port Seton Amateur Radio Club is taking
part in the Practical Wireless 144MHz QRP Contest. More information from
Bob, GM4UYZ, on 01875 811 723.

NEWS FOR THE SOUTH-EAST

and EAST ANGLIA

On Sunday 6 June Norfolk Amateur Radio Club commences 1.8-28MHz
operations for National Field Day weekend. Details from Chris Danby,
G0DWV, on 01603 419204.

On Monday 7 June Basingstoke Amateur Radio Club is having a talk on
satellite access by Frank, M0AEU. Details from Clive, G4ODM, on 01256
326050.

On Monday 7 June Burnham Beeches Radio Club is having a fox hunt.
Contact Dave, G4XDU, on 01628 625 720.

On Monday 7 June Southdown Amateur Radio Society is having a talk by
John, G3DQY, on the Saxon Wetlands, followed by a bring and buy sale..
Details from John, G3DQY, on 01424 424 319.

On Monday 7 June Surrey Radio Contact Club is holding its construction
contest. More information from Ray, G4FFY, on 01732 357474.

On Tuesday 8 June Brede Steam Amateur Radio Society is at the shack. For
more information contact Steve, on 01424 720815.

On Tuesday 8 June Chelmsford Amateur Radio Society is running a club
net. Contact Martyn, G1EFL, on 01245 469 008.

On Wednesday 9 June Aylesbury Vale Radio Society is planning for the PW
144MHz contest with Les, G0DFC. Details from Roger, G3MEH, on 01442 826
651.

On Wednesday 9 June Chelmsford Amateur Radio Society is holding a
committee meeting at Danbury. Contact Martyn, G1EFL, on 01245 469 008.

On Wednesday 9 June Chesham & District Amateur Radio Society is planning
for the PW 144MHz low power contest. More details from Terry, G0VFW, on
01442 831 491.

On Wednesday 9 June Darenth Valley Radio Society is having a natter
night and purring the club station on the air. For more information send
an email to Ray, G0FDU@G0KDV.com.

On Wednesday 9 June Farnborough & District Radio Society is having a
talk on keeping it simple by John, G3KND. Details from Derek, G3OFA, by
email to mail@farnboroughradio.org.uk.

On Wednesday 9 June Harwich Amateur Radio Interest Group is having a
talk on radio from the past by Monty, 2E0MGD. More information from
Kevan, 2E0WMG, on 07766 543784.

On Wednesday 9 June Havering & District Amateur Radio Club is having an
informal club evening. Contact John, M0UKD, on 07817 365354.

On Wednesday 9 June Norfolk Amateur Radio Club is holding a friendly fox
hunt. Details from Chris Danby, G0DWV, on 01603 419204.

On Wednesday 9 June South Essex Amateur Radio Society is having a talk
on monitoring the air bands by Bob, M3OBO. Contact Norman, M0FZW, on
01268 692776.

On Wednesday 9 June Southgate Amateur Radio Club is having a talk on
propagation by Leslie Butterfield, G0CIB. Contact David Sharp, M0XDS, by
email to david.sharp1@tesco.net.

On Wednesday 9 June Worthing & District Amateur Radio Club PW 2m QRP
Contest Planning. For more information contact Roy, G4GPX, on 01903 753
893.

On Thursday 10 June Bittern DX Group is holding its AGM. Details from
Linda, G0AJJ, on 01692 404154.

On Thursday 10 June Edgware & District Radio Society is having a surplus
equipment sale. More information from Mike, G4RNW, on 0208 950 0658.

On Thursday 10 June Lowestoft & District PYE Amateur Radio Club is at
shack. Details from Phil, G0JSG, on 01502 585448.

On Thursday 10 June Reading & District Amateur Radio Club is having a
talk on cinema sounds by Dr Graham Creasey. Details from Pete, G8FRC, on
01189 695 697.

On Thursday 10 June Shefford & District Amateur Radio Society is having
a mobile Top Band DF hunt with Andy, G8ATD. Details from David, G8UOD,
on 01234 742 757.

On Thursday 10 June Sutton & Cheam Radio Society Visit by RSGB Regional
Manager, Alison Johnston - G8ROG. (Note: This meeting is on the 2nd
Thursday of the month for this month only). More information from John,
G0BWV, on 020 8644 9945.

On Friday 11 June Mid-Sussex Amateur Radio Society is holding a fox
hunt. Contact Peter, G4AKG, on 01444 239371.

On Friday 11 June Whitton Amateur Radio Group is preparing for the CQ
WPX CW contest. Details on the web at www.warg.info.

On Saturday 12 June Chelmsford Amateur Radio Society is operating
GB90MZX from Oaklands Museum. Contact Martyn, G1EFL, on 01245 469 008.

On Saturday 12 June Loughton & Epping Forest Amateur Radio Society
commences its weekend event, operating GB2AVF for Abridge Village Fete.
Contact Marc Litchman, G0TOC, on 020 8502 1645.

On Sunday 13 June Aylesbury Vale Radio Society is taking part in the PW
144MHz contest from 0900 to 1600 UTC. Details from Roger, G3MEH, on
01442 826 651.

On Sunday 13 June Felixtowe & District Amateur Radio Society is
attending the ESWR Rally. More information from Paul, G4YQC, by email to
pjw@btinternet.com.

NEWS FOR THE SOUTH WEST

A volunteer RSGB member is required on the island of Jersey to assist
with the GB2RS news reading at 09.00 on 145.525MHz FM. GJ4CBQ has had to
give up as an assistant reader, leaving GJ0PDJ as sole reader at
present.  If you would consider offering your services, please contact
GB2RS News Manager, Gordon Adams, G3LEQ on 01 565 652 652 for further
information.

On Wednesday 9 June Callington Amateur Radio Society is having a talk on
the secret life of Violette Szabo by Tony Helm, G4BCX. More information
from Chris Harris, G7UDX, on 07973 418 371.

On Wednesday 9 June Taunton & District Amateur Radio Club is having a
debrief after NFD. Contact William, G3WNI, on 01823 666 234 for more
information.

On Wednesday 9 June Thornbury & South Gloucestershire Amateur Radio Club
is on the air. Contact Tony, G0WMB, on 01454 417048.

On Thursday 10 June South Bristol Amateur Radio Club is having a QSL
card evening. Contact Len, G4RZY, on 01275 834 282.

On Thursday 10 June Swindon & District Amateur Radio Club is holding a
barbecue. Contact Den, M0ACM, on 07810 317750.

On Thursday 10 June Yeovil Amateur Radio Club is having a talk on 4m by
G7AHP. Contact Steve Crask, G7AHP, by email to steve@g7ahp.co.uk.

On Friday 11 June North Bristol Amateur Radio Club is having a committee
meeting. Details from Dick on 01454 218362.

NEWS FOR WALES

On Monday 7 June Dragon Amateur Radio Club is having a visit by RSGB
Regional Manager Mark Harper, MW1MDH. Contact Stewart Rolfe, GW0ETF, on
07833 620733.

On Tuesday 8 June Marches Amateur Radio Society is having a fox hunt.
For more information contact Dave, MW0AYM, on 01691 777242.

On Tuesday 8 June Marches Amateur Radio Society is holding a fox hunt
utilising the DF loop antennas constructed by members at the previous
meeting. Marches ARS meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each
month at The Black Park Community Centre, close to MacDonalds. Follow
signs for Halton and then Black Park off the A483 near Chirk. Further
details from Dave on 01691 777242.



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