2012 Lifeboat Amateur Radio Society Calendar
Our professionally produced calendar is now available to purchase through our on-line shop. It uses images from members of the Lifeboat Amateur Radio Society depicting scenes of various lifeboats, lifeboat stations and LARS events throughout the year.
This is a great momento of the Lifeboat Amateur Radio Society’s first year and thoroughly recommended as a great Christmas present.
The Lifeboat Amateur Radio Society will be on the road this coming weekend as we visit Sunderland (Fog on the Tyne Rally on Saturday, 17th September) and Barnsley (Great Northern Hamfest on Sunday, 18th September). You can find us on the stand of Snowdonia Radio Company, one of our principle sponsors.
Visit the GB4SLB Gallery (June 2011)
M6PAP & G4LKW operated GB4SLB from Selsey RNLI Lifeboat Station during the weekend of 4/5th June 2011 to celebrate the station’s 150 anniversary.
Pete (M6PAP) writes…
“I just want to say thank you to everyone that made this weekend a success, not just the team on the ground but those that called the station as well.
We arrived on-site on Friday at about 17:00 to erect the W3DZZ antenna with the feed point on a mast at 45 ft with a dual band collinear above that for 2m/70cms. read more
The Norbreck Amateur Radio Exhibition on Sunday, 10th April was the scene for the presentation of the money raised during SOS Radio Week 2011 to Elisabeth White of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI). The money, £2,652.74, was raised by Amateur Radio operators from all around the UK and Ireland from sponsored operations during our annual fund-raising event, SOS Radio Week 2011. read more
It seems like the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) Lifeguard service have been with us for decades, but in fact they’re only ten years old and in that time they have come to the aid of over 102,600 people and saved over 590 people who might otherwise have died had the service ot been available on that beech.
The RNLI now protects 162 beaches around the coast of England and Wales, either taking over the service from local authorities and volunteer groups, or establishing safety patrols and rescue services for the first time. read more