The course will take place at The Crossing Church and Centre, Newcastle Street, Worksop, Nottinghamshire, S80 2AT between 09.00 and 17.00. To book a place please contact Steve Hambleton, G0EAK. Email: g0eaksteve-AT-gmail.com (Spam Block replace the -AT- with an @).
This is proving useful if you are like me and once I have read a magazine, I normally leave them at the Doctors / Dentists / Hospital, because they have got to be better than those old copies of Peoples Friend or Take a Break, I normally find on Display.
I have also taken to adding a sticker to the back page so that if interested a reader is directed to our club here in Worksop.
It has also saved me scanning in articles I was particularly interested in.
All current 146 to 147MHz band Notices of Variation expire on Tuesday, 31 October 2017.
Ofcom has agreed that the band will be made available for another year.
However, to continue to use the frequencies you must obtain a new NoV.
These are available, free of charge, from the RSGB website at rsgb.org/nov.
Notice to members of Worksop Amateur Radio Society
The 2017 Annual General Meeting of Worksop Amateur Radio Society will be held on Thursday 26th October 2017, commencing at 19:30.
The formal notice/agenda can be viewed on an email sent to members together with a list of current Officers,
Further nominations are welcome – if you would like to stand for the committee please use the nomination form
If you wish to propose any items for discussion at the AGM (Item 8 on the Agenda) please let the Secretary know by Tuesday 17th October 2017.
Please note that the kitchen will be serving food and drinks up until the start of the meeting after which it will be closed until the meeting is concluded.
Worksop Amateur Radio Society put on a Special Event Station and Operated a ARDF (Amateur Radio Direction Finding) challenge for people to have a go at.
At the 10th Annual Ranskill and Torworth Scarecrow Festival, it was our first time at this Scarecrow Festival and we were made very welcome.
Our Special Event call sign was GB4RSF and we operated from 11:00 to 16:00 (BST)
You may have read our item on VHF Field Day, well we have produced an excellent, video taken at the weekend of the field day. Showing our VHF / UHF setup and giving you an in site into the friendly world or VHF/UHF Amateur Radio Contesting in the UK.
Many of the members of Worksop Amateur Radio Society take part in the weekly VHF/UHF UKACs run by Amateur Radios Governing Body the Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB). These are both fun and competitive, and I have to say addictive.
But don’t take my word for it. Have a look at the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_isKCHitW_w and tell us what you think.
If you want to take part and are unsure how to start, why not join our friendly club !
Hi All, Tomorrow will see the official launch of YOTA Month 2015. Over 38 countries around the world will be taking part and this year is looking to be bigger and better than ever. Wednesday 2nd December will see Durham and District Amateur Radio Society launch YOTA Month on behalf of the UK with Leicester Radio Society closing off the UK side of things on the 28th of December. We at Worksop Amateur Radio Society have a YOTA Event and Call Sign on the 20th Dec