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80+ years of amateur radio and still going strong!

The club ran a public access special event station over the weekend of 24/25 June 2017 in beautiful Burnham Beeches in celebration of its 80th birthday and to introduce local residents and visitors to the Beeches to the wonders of Amateur radio.


GB8OBB tent, mast and antennas

More details can be found here.



About BBRC

The Burnham Beeches radio club meets at 8pm on the first and third Monday of the month, normally at the Village hall in Farnham Common, but check below that the meeting isn't out and about.

We are a friendly club that encompasses all aspects of this fascinating hobby from those just starting out to more old hands.

For more information, please email. Club members wishing to sign up to the club's mail reflector can email the same account or contact Mike, G4RAA, at a club meeting.
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Club Events

 

News

  • Es'Hail-2 geo satellite now active The Oscar-100 transponder on Qatar's Es'hail-2 geostationary satellite is now active. The uplink is at 2.4GHz with the downlink at 10.489 GHz (full details ...
    Posted 15 Feb 2019, 14:30 by Mike Brown
  • A week to finish your projects! Time to finish up at least one of those kits and personal construction projects you have been working on. The next club meeting, on Feb 18, is the judging for ...
    Posted 11 Feb 2019, 02:32 by Mike Brown
  • New club callsign - M0BB Thanks to Uri, the club has a super new callsign to go alongside G3WIR - Mike Zero Burnham Beeches. It has already been 'christened' in a two way QSO between Uri ...
    Posted 24 Jan 2019, 07:27 by Mike Brown
  • Extraordinary and Annual General Meetings Members will recall that we have an EGM immediately prior to the AGM on Mon 4 March. The EGM is so we can update the club constitution, which is looking ...
    Posted 16 Jan 2019, 08:14 by Mike Brown
  • Subs can now be paid tomorrow (7 Jan) Club treasurer Dave will now be able to make the meeting tomorrow so please bring your chequebooks!
    Posted 6 Jan 2019, 02:45 by Mike Brown
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