Some of you may have known that Ofcom recently consulted the RSGB on changes to the ham licence and invited comments from licenced hams. The finished consultation response is now published and available from the Ofcom website http://stakeholders.ofcom.org.uk/binaries/consultations/amateur-radio-licence/summary/condoc.pdf.
I would urge all our members to read the document and then go to the Ofcom website where you can enter your views on whether you agree or disagree with the various questions.
This is my hobby and yours, this is your chance to have your say. Don’t lose it!
I will be posting later a potted version of what the document says to try and distill down the salient points.
At the recent AGM there were changes to the committee. Dave M6DPG stood down and Ian M6IDP took his place. Thanks to both of you for your service to your club.
Hopefully 2015 will be an even better year for the club !
Riviera ARC will be holding an Extraordinary General Meeting
on the 20th November 2014. Thats the third Thrusday in the month and a regular club evening.
The meeting is to discuss new amendments to the club constitution.
I’d like to remind all our members that all memberships expire on the 1st Sept 2014.
If you haven’t had an opportunity to pay by then, you will be able to pay at the AGM on 4th Sept 2014 19:30 hours at the Acorn Centre.
The AGM for the Riviera ARC will be at the Acorn Community Centre, Barton, Torquay on Sept 4th 2014. We aim to start around 19:30 hours local time.
If you have any committee nominations for the forthcoming year or any business you would like placing on the agenda for discussion, please contact the Secretary, Steph G4XKH in writing via the club email.
The cut-off date is Thursday 14th of August 2014.