On Thursday 5th November Phil G3MGQ, the clubs RSGB approved licence trainer visited the cubs at the Sidley scouts and introduced them to amateur radio and Morse code communication to help them pass their communication badge. Further visits are being planned in the future with the Sidley scouts to raise awareness of the hobby and encourage the younger ones to learn more about radio communication while earning their communications badge.
On Wednesday 25th November, 7.30pm, Phil G3MGQ will be giving a talk at the Taplin Centre on the subject of the ‘GB2WW1 Special Event Station’ which took place earlier this year at the historical Batemans estate, Rudyard Kiplings former home, in co-operation with the 10th Essex Living History Group. Period Morse code communications were conducted throughout the weekend-long event which was held in remembrance of the centenary of the First World War.
For more details about joining the Hastings Electronics and Radio Club or if you wish to make an inquiry about taking an amateur radio licence, please visit http://www.herc-hastings.org.uk/ or contact Gordon Sweet, the club secretary on 01424 431909. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Meetings held at the Taplin Centre, 3 Upper Maze Hill, St. Leonards on Sea, East, Sussex, doors open 7.30pm.
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