/P in the Park 2019

/P in the Park 2019

Our very popular event /P in the Park takes place on July the 30th 18:30 to 21:30 (BST)

All Members are welcome, please come along Play Amateur Radio, BBQ and Picnic. Remember this is a great event to bring other family members to.

Warning we know of a number of people who have caught the Amateur Radio Bug by joining in on this event.

Full details are on the Club Notice Board or our Facebook group

VHF Field Day Planning Meeting 2019

We are holding a VHF Field Day Planning Meeting 2019, the Amateur Radio event its self, is on the 5th to the 7th July 2019

The Planning meeting takes place at the Club on Thursday the 27th June and all members are welcome.

You can camp for the weekend or day visit, please note there is a fee for both.

More details see the Club Notice board or Facebook

Keep a listen out on 2m on 25th June 2019 from 19:00 to 21:00 (BST)

Don’t forget to keep a listen out on 2m on 25th June 2019 from 19:00 to 21:00 (BST) – Its Former Colliery Sites on the Air is an Amateur Radio event.

There is still time to take part, the next event is planned for the 25th June 2019 from 19:00 to 21:00 (BST) To activate a site all you need is 2m FM max power 10 watts – Please tell us which site you are activating thank you. Please Register here.

This event is aimed at licensed Radio Amateurs, if you are not yet licensed please feel free to listen in on the 2m band.

Many of our members will be taking part in Former Colliery Sites on the Air

Many of our members will be taking part in Former Colliery Sites on the Air.

This event takes place on the 25th June 2019 from 19:00 to 21:00, the event is aimed at all radio amateurs and you can take part with only a 2m handheld.

Everyone is on a level playing field as the max. power limit is 10 watts.

For full information about the event please visit http://fcsota.org.uk/

We would encourage everyone to join in the event, the aim is to make as many contacts as you can but have fun and a chat while doing so (this is not a contest).

This year is the 30th anniversary

This year is the 30th anniversary of the official opening of the Worksop Amateur Radio Society Clubhouse.

We are asking members how they would like to mark the occasion? Suggestions please! sent details to info AT g3rcw.org.uk.

You can read about the renovations and view some old photos on the Club’s website www.g3rcw.org (under the ‘Information’ tab) http://g3rcw.org.uk/information/history/

 

If you were a former or a founder member of the Radio Society, we would love to hear from you – please use the contact us section of the website to get in touch or please come and visit us on a Tuesday or Thursday Evening.