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There is now just one week before the Consultation closes on 20 October and Ofcom have advised us that only about 300 people have responded so far.
Ofcom will be relying heavily on the volume and content of the responses as evidence of what the amateur radio community feels about the proposals and it is vital that everyone who has an opinion completes the online form.
Whilst we published some explanatory notes on the website soon after the document was released, it is apparent that many amateurs have not yet read the document which is far from straightforward in several places.
We are thus today publishing further guidance together with suggested responses to the key questions at www.rsgb.org/ocguidance.
Please make sure that you respond to Ofcom, or urge any other amateurs that you are in contact with, to do the same.
Welcome to SARC’s club website for members and non members alike where we hope you will come along and get involved.
Here, you will find all the latest news about club activities. We are a modern active club involved in all aspects of the Amateur Radio Hobby.Recently we have completed a overhaul of the club structure and reorganised our club to meet the demands of the modern day enthusiast.
SARC are pleased to have received the RSGB 2014 Club Regional Winners award . The club has now been put forward together with other regional club winners to be considered for the National Club Of The Year Award. The membership is obviously delighted to have received this award and thank the RSGB sincerely for their support and recognition in our endeavours to positively promote amateur radio.
The picture taken at the SYPTE clubnight shows Nigel Ferguson (centre) G0BPK , RSGB regional manager for area 4 presenting the RSGB club regional trophy to Steve Webster M1ERS (left_ vice chairman) and Trevor Wood M0TWS ( right_ Chairman).This trophy award is sponsored by Lee at Lam communications ltd, Barnsley.
Hi to all, Talking about contesting, first well done to all our members for their contribution and dedication to their club for taking part in the VHF RSGB club contests, it's a disappointment that the club did not do this many years ago.
We have very quickly started in 2014 to build up a very effective contest team.The club team members understand that it's not just contesting that makes a club it's the people and the camaraderie that develops when a group of people enjoy working together to develop and practice their operating skills. All memebers of the club can take part in this activity if they wish and it's our first priority to help members who have never had the chance to be active in this rewarding part of the hobby., SARC will be taking part in many more contests this year.
Our members will be carring on with contester for them that wish to take part and is leading the newly formed contesting team for 2014/15 who are rapidly getting upto speed and performing well in the 2014 UKACC competition.This is the first year that many in the team have been encouraged and given direction in this fascinating part of the hobby.
As some of the contesters have moved on from the club and it’s very sad that this as happend, but persevere with the team, as the team was getting their confidence up in taking part in the ukac Contests , like we all know it’s taking part that is the main part of a club