RARC will be running the AotA event again this year on the 28th/29th of March 2015 to celebrate the work & sacrifices of the Royal Air Force and to commemorate all the current and former airfields used by the Air Force and the Royal Flying Corps.
We will be running from our usual rendezvous point at Haldon just north of the Teignmouth golf course. G4XKH has obtained an NoV for the same special call we used last year GB4AOA.
Hopefully the weather will play nice and we can work as many stations as possible.
For more information contact the club email.
The station celebrating SOS Radio Week 2015 went very well today. Steph XKH, John GSW, Steve AHP, Steve UIM, John BXR, Ian IDP and Ann RWJ all turned up and we worked about 53 contacts as far as Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man. Much fun was had both on 40 metres and 2m.
Definitely a good showing and something to try and match or beat next year. Thanks all for turning up and enjoying the day with us.
The club would like to congratulate Connor on passing his Foundation radio exam.
We look forward to hearing you on air with your new M6 callsign and to working you in your own right.
Connor is now M6XTK.
Riviera ARC is celebrating its 3rd birthday in January 2015. I’m delighted to say we’ve grown in strength and numbers over the past three years.
We continue to run a number of Special Event
stations as well as informal on-the-air days.
Thanks to all our members & friends for supporting us. We aim to make 2015 even better than 2014.
We would love you to come see us and join in.
The club Xmas social will be on Thursday 4th December 2014. This is a regular club evening at the Acorn Centre.
Ann M6RWJ is undertaking to put on a range of nibbles although there will only be non-alcoholic drinks. This is due to the AC rules so please do not bring your own supplies.
All will be welcomed.