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Dartmoor Radio Club meets on the first Thursday of each month at the Yelverton War Memorial Village Hall, Meavy Lane, Yelverton, Devon. Meetings start at 1930 hrs and last about 2 hours. There is usually a talk on an interesting topic for about an hour. Visitors are always welcome. The annual subscription is £5, but students are exempt from paying this.
Historically the club has a good record of getting aspiring amateurs through their examinations. Unfortunately, there are no qualified registered instructors in the club at present to get candidates through the current hierarchy of examinations - Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced. However, with the aid of other local clubs and the Deputy Regional Manager of the RSGB training can always be arranged.
A 2m net is held every Thursday evening, except for the first in the month, from 2000 to 2100 hrs on 145.550MHz. On the last Thursday of the month, use is usually made of the GB3PL repeater, by kind permission of its Repeater Keeper. This of course widens the range over which the net can stretch. An HF net is held every Monday evening, also from 2000 to 2100hrs, on the 80m band, somewhere around 3.720MHz
Dartmoor Radio Club meets on the first Thursday of the month at 7.30pm at the Sue Delooze Room of the Yelverton War Memorial Village Hall.
For more information or details about Dartmoor Radio Club please contact the club secretary:
G7AWG - Mrs Viv Watson - 01752 823427
or via email at email@example.com
The Sue Delooze Room, Yelverton War Memorial Village Hall, Yelverton, Devon