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.
If you take part in the Amateur Radio RSGB UKACs then you need to visit this page.
Please take time to visit the site and give your feed back.
The Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) have been working with two film companies to make a series of promotional videos. The first of these, promoting amateur radio to young people, has been produced by the TX factor for the RSGB and is now on general release on the RSGB’s YouTube channel
Project DX15 – Young Members DXpedition to Wales
Mike Jones, 2E0MLJ
Youth Committee Chairman