On Wednesday 25th July about 30 members and xyl’s enjoyed our summer bar-be-cue night when Pam G4STO and Steve M5ZZZ cooked burgers and sausages for all present. Pam was first to arrive followed closely by Steve in order to get the bar-be-cue set up in the BSA Club car park. In no time members and guests were flocking up ready to partake in our delicacies, well the burgers and sausages but this time there was a treat for those up to the challenge – Pam’s Autumn Fruit Chutney and Green Tomato Chutney; not sure whether participants were being polite or … Continue reading →
In May 2012, the club call sign was aired in the WAB LF Phone Contest. Conditions were shocking so only 40m was used. There was a lot of activity and interest. … Continue reading →
There has recently been interest shown in the Foundation Course and there is a possibility that Les G1LQB may be setting up a course in the near future. If you are interested you can sign up for the Foundation Course either on a Wednesday Evening or Saturday Morning and Les will be available to sign you up for the course.
WAB LF Phone Contest 2012 – (13 May 12) – Fixed or Portable UK Position Callsign/Name Points 0001 G5FZ – Lincoln SWC 32660 0002 G0BFJ – Brian Stocks 23460 0003 G4CQR – Dave Wood 19530 0004 G8XTJ – John Fitzgerald 1190 0005 MU0GSY – Lionel Roithmeir 150 0006 G0FVH – David Dolling 120 … Continue reading →
As I was traveling to the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre early this morning, looking up at the dark cloudy sky, I though of yesterday with all the rain. I thought to myself we were in for another wet day, I was wrong as it turned out very sunny and it was a pleasure to be there. We kept our operation restricted to the 40mtr band but as our operational 1154/1155 in the Radio Room is crystal controlled and the limited frequencies it had were being used, so we had to use the more modern equipment we have there. Although the … Continue reading →
I thought it might be of interest to the newer club Members as Terry does pop up in conversation and they may not know who he is. Terry was a previous Chairman of the Lincoln Short Wave Club, and although he now lives in Spain, he is still an avid follower of the Club activities. Click on Terry’s QSL card to visit his website … Continue reading →
It was disappointing only a few members could make it to our ‘posh’ bar-be-cue today, perhaps the ‘posh’ bit put folk off but it was only posh because we had salads followed by creamy puddings; I think 500 calories a slice! Everyone present seemed to enjoy themselves although Steve didn’t do a very good job at organising the weather, dry but cool; I felt Pam did an excellent job with the food, as usual she was worried in case there wasn’t enough to go around but also as usual, she over catered!! The Special Event station GQ5FZ was enjoyed by … Continue reading →
Lincoln Short Wave Club member Mark M0ZLE working through the pileup on GQ5FZ on Saturday Morning … Continue reading →