A Spring Message from the Chairman

At our recent AGM, I realised how fortunate the club had been to have such a hardworking membership which had grown over the previous year and which took an active role in events and club nights.

During the year, the Club has run several successful Special Event stations, and the website has grown in readership and use.  The Rally this year was very successful, and we look forward to welcoming everyone to the Gaywood Community Centre again this year, on the first Sunday of August.  We have had some fascinating talks this year, notably from Steve (G0KYA) and his radio exploits on boats and submarines, and this year we have already heard from Ron (2E0RWK) about Search and Rescue, and have several more booked in.

In the year to come we have changes planned, with Antenna improvements and work on the repeaters to improve the reception and output both at the club and wider afield.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the committee outgoing and incoming for their hard work and support, and I look forward to another year working together.




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