Wednesday up at the Beachy Head Site and the atmosphere was buzzing with many radio contacts from all over the UK and Europe on VHF and the world on HF.
Teas and coffees served all round and an outside rag chew in the sunshine, from a radio site that is clear of the external noises found down in the town and a site that has glorious views stretching out over the English Channel.
If you are into the operational side of radio and electronics, why not come along and join in with our highly social and active radio club that has members of all ages and interests.
Ray and Jane brought up a drone and the new Sony GoPro Hero 3 digital camera, that has had much attention over recent times. The drone videos are to follow shortly, so stay tuned and us put us in your list of memory channels.
The Hellingly Festival of Transport 2014 went well with members of our club setting up exhibits of their alternative and complementary interests.
Seen here Tony G3ZQB and his vintage engine display.
Barry G8DXU has uploaded a report on the show on our BLOG pages. Seen below is Barry’s exhibit from the earlier show at Headcorn
If you are a Land Rover Enthusiast or a 4×4 owner, our club has many members who take part in these complementary hobbies and use amateur radio as their preferred method of mobile communication.