Riviera ARC took part in National Armed Forces day on 27th June 2015 at the Haldon rendezvous site. John 2E0JNP put up the Carolina Window atenna at around 35 feet and G7AHP set up the VHF antenna.
We worked stations as far away as Italy and the Czech Republic as well as numerous UK stations. There are numerous images from the day on the Gallery.
Club chairman John 2E0JNP here is operating on HF while Alan G2DXU keeps the log.
The weather was very kind to us with bright sunshine and little wind. RARC would like to offer our thanks and congratulations to Ian, Ann and Lobster for keeping the team supplied with teas, coffees and hot food.
An outstanding team effort from everyone made for a great special event which I look forward to doing again next year. Well done Team RARC !!
Bob M6DFY, Ian G6TEQ, Alan G2DXU, Ian 2E0IDP, Pam G7SME, Ann M6RWJ, John 2E0JNP, Ted G7UGT, Derek G8KOV. Steph G4XKH is taking the picture.
Pam Helliwell G7SME, the RSGB Region 11 district manager presented Riviera ARC with a trophy for winning the Club of the Year award for the Small club category for the Southwest & Channel Islands.
John Perry M6GSW, the club chairman gratefully accepted the trophy on behalf of the club.
Steph Foster G4XKH, the club secretary said “I’m really
excited that RARC has received this accolade.
We are really trying to push the club forward in innovative ways.“
Riviera ARC has now become affiliated to FISTS, the international Morse preservation society. Both G2DXU & G4XKH are already Fists members.
We have Morse training available at club meets, just contact the club secretary at the club email to register your interest.
FISTS CW Club Membership Number: #17080
Two happy hams
We would like to congratulate John M6GSW and Ian M6IDP on passing their Intermediate licence exams. Well done guys you worked so hard , enjoy the 50 Watts !
John is now 2E0JNP and Ian is now 2E0IDP