Secretary – Chris Harrison (G8KRG), Eccles & DARC,
Treasurer – Peter Smith (G2DPL), Bury ARS
Exhibition Manager - Dave Wilson (M0OBW), UKFM Group Western,
Assistant Exhibition Manager – Steve Roberts (M0SJR),
Widnes & Runcorn ARC,
Advertising & Competitions – Chris Harrison (G8KRG), Eccles & DARC
Bring & Buy – Mr. Lee Parrott (G0AMU) – Warrington Amateur Radio Club, email
Reception – Brian Helsdon (G6XRE), Warrington ARS,
Talk-in – Warrington ARS
Kath Wilson (M1CNY), UKFM Group Western,
Peter Paul Fox (G0IRA), Mid Cheshire ARS,
For Trade information/bookings please email the NARSA Exhibition Manager.
Clubs/Societies are always welcomed to join the NARSA. For more Information email Chris.
As you may be aware the committee asked Clubs affiliated to NARSA to consider a new LOGO for NARSA and to ask any of their membership interested in designing and submitting a possible replacement for the existing design.
Eric Neville Cheadle, G3NUG passed away unexpectedly on the 14th January 2018, reportedly from a suspected heart attack following a routine knee replacement operation. Neville was an amateur’s amateur. A gentleman of the airwaves, he was also a terrific and prolific operator. Chairman of CDXC (Chiltern DX Club) for many years, Neville was a keen […]
The RSGB has just announced an updating of the Band Plans from 1 Jan 2018. Tutors and students should note that the Band Plans used for examination purposes will NOT be changing. Examination questions will continue to be based on the band plans shown within the Exam Reference Data booklets EX 307, EX308 or EX […]
Part of our strategic goal for 2022 is to have an active and thriving amateur radio community. I’m going to explain this a little more and pose some questions for you, the Members. The Strategy’s narrative says this about the 2022 goal: “The inescapable truth is that the amateur radio community is ageing and we […]
The 2018 RSGB Band Plans can be found in the forthcoming February edition of RadCom, due to arrive with Members this week, and online. These incorporate changes from the 2017 IARU Region 1 Conference, along with UK usage changes. The main changes are in the 5MHz HF band, and the 50, 144 and 430MHz VHF/UHF […]
The independent Yahoo groups RSGBTech and RSGBForum have moved to Groups.io. Existing members of both groups, with working accounts, were automatically copied to the corresponding new groups. In addition, previous messages, files and so on held in each group were also copied to the new group location in order to maintain continuity of service. Any […]