The G QRP Club now has a new QSL Manager - Dave Coutts, GM3VTH
ALL CARDS FOR THE BUREAU SHOULD BE SENT TO GM3VTH AT THE ADDRESS ABOVE.
Please help to speed up the service by following the following dispatch procedure:
1. Put the receiving station's membership number on the TOP RIGHT HAND CORNER of the card.
2. Sort cards in ASCENDING NUMBER ORDER.
3. Do not include cards with no number or for non-members.
Please note that this is a service to members only !
In Future -
All QSL cards would be sent out at regular intervals:
February, May, August and November, in stamped addressed envelopes, paid for by the Club.
We no long need to receive any Members stamped-addressed Envelopes.
Our sincere thanks to Bob Hudson, G4JFN, who has run the Bureau with such efficiency for so many years and a hearty thanks to Dave for taking over the task.
US members may send their cards to David Gauding, NF0R.
137 Wyndgate Valley Drive O'Fallon, MO 63367 USA.
The club 'expert' on antennas is Colin G3VTT, he is available to assist with problems regarding antennas of all types. Send full details and plans to Colin enclosing an SAE (Stamped Addressed Envelope).
For those with planning problems, send copies of plans, details of restraints and if already refused, a copy of the planning officers decision. Send an SAE to Dick Pascoe G0BPS.
Project builders will hit problems at various times and it is often a boon to be able to discuss problems with another.
Ian Keyser G3ROO is a well known designer and constructor. He is available to help. Describe your problems fully on a sheet of paper leaving space between each problem. Ian will reply using your sheet. Again include an SAE for a reply.