The autumn Bootcamp - Sunday November 19th - is filling quite nicely now. Email me if you are interested and I will add you to the list. Stephen M6KYF has contacted me and is now on the list and in my address book. Bootcamp is only suitable for those who have learned the code and can receive, albeit at a low speed. If you are interested in learning, then please try to join the Beginner's Class, see below.

I already have:
Malcolm G3PDH
Roger G3LDI
Paul G3SEM
Tony G0OOR
Chris G4CCX
Paul M1AFQ
Marshall M6DXL
Stuart M0JKB
Barrie M5AEC
David M0WEL
Alan G8OO
Robert G4TUK
Donard M0KRk
Stephen M6KYF
I shall be sending a fianl round robin with updates so email me ASAP if you wish to be added to the list.
Autumn Morse Classes
We are still looking for beginners. Don't just rest with a phone only licence. CW is the best way to work DX.
Starting young is the answer!! Take a look at this:
The autumn series of Morse Classes started on Tuesday 17th Ocotber, as follows:
1900 - 2000 Raw Beginners with Roger G3LDI on 145.250MHz
2000 - 2100 Intermediates with Jim G3YLA on 145.250MHz
1000 - 1100 Coffee Break Morse with Chris G4CCX on GB3NB
2000 - 2100 Advanced Class with Malcolm G3PDH on 145.250MHz
Again this week, there were NO raw beginners, so to those that have just become licensed, please consider joining the Morse classes. It's painless and fun. Yes, you do have some studying and practice to do, but nothing worth doing is without effort! If you want a book on Morse, then try Morse Code for Radio Amateurs from the RSGB. That gives you all the information you will need. Email me for information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Straight Key Nite.
This is proving to be very popular, and we have people joining from down south, Suffolk in other words! Monday evening we had G4PNF, G3XLG ( NOT on a straight key though! tut tut! ) G3XVL, G4CCX, G0DFC, G0IBN, G3WRJ and me. A large net indeed, would have been even larger if Malcolm G3PDH was not at a council meeting and Jim G3YLA was not giving a talk! Great fun, and worth preserving the skill. Do join if you can.
73 de Roger, G3LDI GB2CW Coordinator. May the Morse be with you.