As some of you may be aware, I've been away on holiday for a couple of weeks, hence the lack of rambling emails and fresh website content.
My absence has also meant the temporary suspension of the WebSDR trial, which has now been restored and is once again available for you to use.
I did see that the club successfully ran its first Foxhunt of the year yesterday evening, and four teams turned out to hunt down the Foxy Peter G4AKG, Tony G3XQM and Mike G8KMP, so well done to everyone who took part and I hope you all had a good time. If anyone has any pictures from the night, I'd be very happy to post them up on the website. I'd particularly be interested in any photos of Peter buying the first round of drinks, because they'll be quite valuable one day. Sorry Peter :)
This week I'll be putting together a simple proposal for the committee on the future of the WebSDR and associated antenna installation after having had a brief chat with Phil last week. I'll post this in the members section, so check that out in a few days. If anyone has any contributions on that front, or any constructive opinions to opine, then please contact me directly ASAP. No point moaning after the event if you don't engage at this point.
I also have some exciting news on the training front. It's training, but not as you know it! Watch this space while I finalise the details and work through the practicalities.
In the meantime, take care of yourselves in the next few days as we all prepare to roast in the ridiculous heat that's coming our way, and if any one of you should need anything in an emergency, you are more than welcome to reach out to myself or any other club member. I mean that - 40 degree heat is no laughing matter, and we should all look out for one another.
Stay safe, cool and Covid-free.