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Welcome to Thames Amateur Radio Group (TARG)

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  • Fri 01st Nov 8pm. AGM.
  • Fri 08th Nov 8pm – TARG net via GB3DA (preceded by slow CW on 144.250)

1st Nov 2019 AGM

The Chairman’s Report, a review of the past 12 months, was delivered in the style of “Thurderbirds” where club members had to work out the event from a close-up photo.  The key points from all the reports being that TARG does a lot and our numbers are growing. A new Committee elected (see page) with Kenny M0XKG at the helm. A full report and vision for 2020 will be in the November Newsletter.

Photo of CandidatesThe First of Many to Follow!

TARG are pleased to announce the first four Foundation Passes (100% success rate) at our weekend course based on the new syllabus. One candidate travelled from Plymouth and another from Harwich so the Training Team were delighted all the hard work in preparing an entirely new slide set worked out so well. Photo (L-R): Alan, Neil, Marc and James with TARG Vice-Chair John M0LFX.

RayNet PhotoPresentation by RayNet at October Club Meeting

What happens when the lights go out and there are no phones or internet? RayNet is a voluntary group of licensed radio amateurs who, authorised by the local authority and emergency services will help provide emergency communications … as explained by Chair of Essex RayNet, Steve G8UDD

 

 

 

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