One of our members, Mark M0UTD will be active with Gordon MM0GOR as MD1U and MD1E in the upcoming CQWW SSB contest from the world famous Scarlett Point on the 29th-30th October. QSL via LOTW only. All of us at G6TW HQ wish them both well. May their logs be long and their SWR low.
VHF night was a great success. Club members that may not have access to a decent VHF takeoff normally or may not have VHF SSB gear took the opportunity to play radio from the local high spot of Mow Cop on the Cheshire Staffordshire border. Pictures below. Lewis M3HHY was kind enough to make a... Continue Reading →
The Club is venturing into the hills this Thursday, members are bringing VHF SSB rigs and Amplifiers as well as poles and beams. Good DX hoped for. Meet in the big Layby on Congleton Rd just East of Mow Cop. Hope the WX is kind. Setup from 19:00 hrs.
This week there will be no meeting as Wilson House will be in use as a polling station for the referendum. Normal operations resume as per the calendar after Thursday.
Here are some photos of the foxhunt the club had on the 27th August. Unfortunately me and Chris (M6CJO) didn't win, but we did come 2nd. The other team gave up and went to the pub would you believe it!
On Saturday 12th September as a club we went to CHOTA. (Church's on the air). We were operating from St Peter's church at Leighton-cum-Minshull Vernon. We set up two stations, 2M and HF(40M). Once Chris G1PUV, Pete G4RRM, Clive G7APM, Jon 2E0JZC, Tony 2E0CKM and Mike M0MBG put up the antennas, we all settled down to have... Continue Reading →
May has been a busy month for members of the club. Firstly Mills on the Air early in the month, where the club put on a station at Bunbury Water Mill. The station was operated on both Saturday and Sunday on HF and just Sunday for VHF. Being a water mill, the QTH was somewhat in a dip... Continue Reading →
We have been mentioned over on the Nantwich News website with regards to the upcoming Mills on the Air weekend special event. Click here to take a look