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Archive for February, 2012

Change of date for talk on Garden Antennas

February 23, 2012 By: Chris G7DDN Category: Club, News

Due to personal circumstances, the date for Callum M0MCX’s talk on Garden Antennas has had to be changed.

Instead of taking place this coming Tuesday 28th February, it will now take place on Tuesday March 20th at 2030.  Venue within Wythall House to be confirmed.

Our apologies for this late change to the programme.  This Tuesday will be a social evening at the club – a chance to chat RF and put the Amateur Radio world to rights! :-)

Wythall Radio Club Merchandise Evening

February 19, 2012 By: Chris G7DDN Category: News

Time to get ready for your new Wythall Radio Club polo shirts, t-shirts and fleece  jackets!   The “club tailor”(!) Peter Hall will be visiting us this coming Tuesday evening.

Many regular folks will have noticed the recent proliferation of club branded wear.  Peter will be doing a demonstration of how the logos are created and how his bespoke computerised machinery makes the garments.  He will also make a few shirts on the night for any last minute orderers, and bringing some pre-ordered garments with him too.

His first visit in November was excellent but this time, we will be meeting in the Darts Room, which will allow us to see more “up close” just exactly what goes on!

We are looking forward to welcoming him again, this time with his wife, Carol.

Don’t forget to bring your wallets, folks!

Club Calendar updated to December 2012

February 14, 2012 By: Chris G7DDN Category: Club

Wythall Radio Club’s calendar is now correct up to the end of 2012.

As new talks or events are arranged, details will be posted and the calendar updated.  Talks are firmly in the diary up to June of this year and the Autumn talks programme is currently being planned. Watch this space!

The next event which may be of interest to non-members is on Tuesday February 28th when Callum M0MCX will be giving a talk and presentation on HF Antennas for your Garden. Visitors are welcome – just make yourselves known and say hello! :-)