Three RSGB News Items
Nominations, Media Coverage and Construction
News from Heather Parsons
Heather Parsons, Communications Officer for the RSGB has been in touch with three exciting news items:
New RSGB Nominations Committee Members
Recent changes in the Regional Team and RSGB Board have brought new members to the RSGB Nominations Committee. Tony Miles, MM0TMZ joins the Committee as the Regional Forum Nominee and David Hills, G6PYF is the Nominated Director representative. The RSGB would like to welcome them to their new roles.
BBC Radio Norfolk interviews Roger Cooke, G3LDI
RSGB GB2CW Coordinator Roger Cooke, G3LDI of Norfolk ARC was interviewed on BBC Radio Norfolk this week to talk about Morse code in celebration of Learn your name in Morse Code Day. Roger has also written a book about Morse Code which you can get from the RSGB Shop. You can listen to his interview at https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p0bcktml, where it begins at 1:54:27 It will be available for a further three weeks.
RSGB Construction Competition
There are just six weeks left until the deadline for entries for the RSGB Construction Competition. The Society has received entries already so don't miss out! If you're new to amateur radio there is a special category for you, so why not enter? The four categories are Beginners, Construction Excellence, Innovation, and Software and there is a prize for the winner of each section. Full details are on the RSGB website at www.rsgb.org/construction-competition, and the closing date is 1 March.
(Source: Heather Parsons | RSGB | via Don Field)