Disabled visitors 10am. Under 12 years free. Refreshments available.
Under 14s free. Bring & Buy. RSGB bookstall. Hot and cold food available.
Talk-in station on S22. Car parking on site. Car boot area. No dogs are allowed, except Guide dog, which is a condition set by the landowner.
Disabled access 8.30am. Car boot sale. Catering. Flea market. Talk-in.
Talk-in station on S22. Free car parking. Huge radio, electronics & computing boot sale. Catering is available on site.
Ham radio fans from all over the world will be coming together in Friedrichshafen for the 44th time from 21–23 June 2019.
RSGB bookstall. Cafe. Disabled access & facilities. Car parking.
Disabled access 10:00am. Under 12 years free. Refreshments available.
Hosted by South Normanton & Alfreton & District ARC. Disabled facilities. Bar. Catering available. Free parking.
Free car parking. Car boot sale. Bring & Buy. GB4SWR HF station. RSGB bookstall. Catering available.
Talk-in station. Ample car parking. Bring & Buy. RSGB bookstall. Doors open 10.15 for disabled visitors. Catering available.
Talk-in station. Free car parking. Disabled access 9:50am. Bring & Buy. Catering available.
Hosted by Dover Amateur Radio Club Online ticket entrance £3.00; Limited early bird tickets £5.00. Tables £10.00. Online purchase/bookings now available. Bring-and-Buy Sale. Catering. Lectures and Seminars. RSGB Bookstall RSGB examinations visit website for more details, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Disabled Facilities. Free parking.
Bring & Buy. Catering available on site. Ample free parking in adjacent carpark. Rally organised jointly by the Devon & Cornwall Repeater Group and Callington Amateur Radio Society (CARS).
Alex (5B4ALX) is active as E6ET from Niue, OC-040, 19 Mar – 2 Apr 2019.
Doors open 9.30am for disabled visitors. Free on-site parking. Four halls of traders. Bring & Buy. Refreshments available.
Open at 10.15am for disabled visitors. Under 16s free. Bring & Buy (book in 10.15am). Catering available.
Free entry for children. Talk In via 145.550MHz using GB4RRR.
Free car parking. Bring & Buy RSGB bookstall. Raffle on day. Catering available.
Sunspot numbers remain very low as Solar Minimum continues. Nevertheless, there is some big activity on the sun today. Really big
Wireless Society of Southern Maine Projects, instructions and photos for many ham radio projects and experiments, including antenna construction and modelling, kit building, station setup, restoration and more
ARISS is planning another of their popular Slow Scan Television (SSTV) experiment events from the International Space Station on February 15-17
Modern Tools for a Modern Hobby – The hobby we call amateur radio is enormous. One amateur called it a thousand hobbies in one and that just about sums it up for me. Being bored inside this hobby is not an option, because there is just so much to do and see