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January 2018

Club Quiz

9th January 2018 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Quaker Meeting House, Quaker Meeting House, Waterloo Avenue
Leiston, Suffolk IP16 4HE
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Our annual light hearted but competitive quiz. Individual participation, LARC members and guests most welcome.

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Suffolk Red

31st January 2018 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Hallowtree Camp Site Ipswich, Suffolk IP10 0JP + Google Map

Formed in late 2015, Suffolk RED is organised by a collaboration of amateur radio and electronics enthusiasts in the Suffolk area of the UK. The name RED stands for Radio and Electronics Development, and the events are aimed at anyone with an interest in any aspect of electronics and radio engineering and operation. PROVISIONALLY Confirmed Demonstrations Paul M0KIA – Build you own Halo antenna for 2m – price £6 pp – more details to follow. Kevan 2E0EHY Adrian G7TYV – Kevan…

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February 2018

Talk on C.W.

13th February 2018 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Quaker Meeting House, Quaker Meeting House, Waterloo Avenue
Leiston, Suffolk IP16 4HE
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Join us for an informative and interesting talk on C.W.

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March 2018

Presentation on Military Radios by Iain G0OZS

13th March 2018 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Quaker Meeting House, Quaker Meeting House, Waterloo Avenue
Leiston, Suffolk IP16 4HE
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An opportunity to hear a presentation and see exhibits of military radios provided by an acknowledged local expert. Members and guests are most welcome.

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April 2018

Club Bring and Buy Table Top Sale

10th April 2018 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Quaker Meeting House, Quaker Meeting House, Waterloo Avenue
Leiston, Suffolk IP16 4HE
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Your opportunity to bring along to the club meeting some of those radio related items which are gathering dust in the darkest corners of the shack and sell them to LARC members and guests. Dare we say that you will also leave with purchases to replace them? Remember a licenced amateur can never have too many radios - old East Anglian proverb (possibly).

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