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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

  • Extra DX Picnic - Sept 6-9 This is not on the club calendar yet - there will be a DX Picnic at the usual venue over the weekend of 7/8 Sept. Setup will be on Friday ...
    Posted 8 Aug 2019, 03:32 by Mike Brown
  • Aug Radcom meeting dates are wrong Due to the unavoidable need to swap the Aug meetings the Radcom calendar is wrong. As shown on the calendar on our front page the Aug 5 meeting is the ...
    Posted 19 Jul 2019, 01:45 by Mike Brown
  • McMichael Rally this Sunday Don't forget - the McMichael Rally takes place this Sunday, 14 July at the usual venue - Reading Rugby Club, RG4 6ST. BBRC members - the rota has been circulated by email ...
    Posted 8 Jul 2019, 12:53 by Mike Brown
  • McMichael Rally & BBRC planning meeting Don't forget the McMichael Rally takes place on Sunday July 14 at the usual venue, Reading Rugby Club, Holme Park, Holme Farm Lane, off Sonning Lane (B4446), Sonning on ...
    Posted 30 Jun 2019, 11:19 by Mike Brown
  • Congratulations Jeremy G8MLK & Patrick G6CJB We had a good turnout for the annual 'foxhunt' direction finding contest last night. Many of us seemed to find our beam heading pointing way off, so ended up opening ...
    Posted 18 Jun 2019, 00:39 by Mike Brown
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