Author: Kevin G1SCQ

Report from Sandringham Charity Horse Ride 08Oct2017

Thank you to the members that were able to assist at this ride. The weather proved favourable and there were a record number of 355 riders that took part. The course route meant we managed to provide good coverage using

Report from Wissey half marathon 3rd Sept 2017

The group provided safety radio cover at  this half-marathon for St John Ambulance. Runner numbers were high but all the runners were well prepared and no safety incidents required dealing with. Comms wise we provided a mobile cover on 144.650

Cliff G6CZS – Silent Key

It is with sadness that we have to report that Cliff Moore G6CZS passed away on Saturday 29th July 2017. Cliff was well known in Raynet in Norfolk and Suffolk and was a regular supporter of both the larger events

Report from EGB Horse Ride Ringstead 17/18 June 2017

Thank you to all the team that were available to assist with communications at this two day event. It turned out to be the hottest weekend of the year so far with temperatures peaking in the PM at  over 30C

Report from Samaritans Charity Cycle Ride 14 May 2017

Thanks to the members that were able to support this event.  We had a good turnout of riders considering the preceding weather (heavy rain). We used the Red Barn watering point as the RF control for this event as this

Report from Sandringham Charity Horse ride Sun 07 May 2017

Thank you to the members that were able to assist at this event. Even though the weather was somewhat cool in a brisk Northerly breeze around 250 riders took part over this popular multi-distance pleasure horse ride. We had a

Report from Houghton Charity Horse Ride 23rd April 2017

Thank you to all the members that were able to assist at this event.  We ran a good net on 2m with coverage easily on 5W from the control location. Just over 200 riders took part on a cool but

Thanks re support for High Tides 12/13 Jan 2017

Thanks to all group members that were able or on standby, to assist with the operations relating to the recent high tides. In the end the Environment Agencies forecasting bought the initial flood warnings down to flood alerts on both

Update re group called to assist with supporting comms Hunstanton 12 Jan 2017

Thank you to members that were able to offer support for this activity.  In the end due to changes in forecasts and weather the planned deployment did not take place. Members need to remain on standby as further activity is

Group called to assist with supporting comms Hunstanton 12 Jan 2017

The group has been requested by West Norfolk Emergency Planning unit to assist with communications on Thursday 12 Jan.  This is to support operations in the Hunstanton/Heacham/Snettisham areas relating to high tides. If available members should contact Martin G4OKH who

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