Announcements07 January 2017

G3WOS's 2017 50MHz BBQ in conjunction with UKSMG

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bbq2025.jpgAfter the great success of all the previous 6M BBQs, Chris is holding another on Saturday 5th August 2017 in Farnborough, Hampshire UK  - so make a note in your diary and let Chris know if you wish to attend.

Take a look at the 2017 BBQ web site if you want to see what it’s all about. As we have always had a good number of non-UK 6m hams attend, We are sending this now so that you can plan your summer around the event by visiting the UK!

There will be plenty of food and drink, lots of 6m guys to talk to and argue with and XYLs are positively encouraged! I hope that we will see an even better turn out of non-UK 6m enthusiasts. For those wanting to stay over on Friday night, many will be able to stay in the same hotel (The Falcon as in 2015) and I will organise another great 6m dinner for the Friday evening!
There will be several interesting talks to help pass the long hot summer day...
The cost of the BBQ is 30 UK Pounds and will need to be paid in advance of the event.

I know it's a long way off, but if you are interested in attending PLEASE send Chris an email stating your level of interest.  chris@gare.co.uk
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DX News13 February 2017

A2, BOTSWANA

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A UK Team will be active as A25UK from Botswana between April 25th and May 6th. Activity will be on 160-6 meters using CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK. Some of the operators named are Nobby/G0VJG, Nick/G4FAL, Giles/M0TGV, Tony/G4LDL and Edd/GM0WED. QSL via M0OXO or via ClubLog's OQRS. Look for more details to be forthcoming. Also, visit their new Web page at: http://www.a25uk.com

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DX News03 February 2017

GM, Scotland

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Tynemouth Amateur Radio Club's members G0SBN, G8YFA, GM3WOJ, M0GAE and M0KLO will be active as GS0NWM from the Isle of Mull (EU-008) on 21-28 April. They will operate CW, SSB and digital modes on 80-6 metres. QSL via M0URX's OQRS (http://www.m0urx.com/oqrs/) and logsearch on Club Log.


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