Successful candidates at a recent course
Foundation Courses at Bracknell ARC
The club is now able to offer courses for the amateur radio examinations. The first of
these was a Foundation Licence course held on Saturdays September 8th and 15th
2007 at our club meeting place, Bracknell Methodist Church. Several more courses have
been held since and a high pass rate has been achieved at all our courses.
If you are interested in future courses please contact.
Further information on Amateur Radio licences and the Foundation course can be found on
the RSGB site.
One of the 2011 VHF NFD stations
More photos in our photo
Other activities in our calendar include a barbecue, bring and show evening, and
participation in local rallies.
The Dave Sugden Memorial Trophy is awarded annually by the
committee to the member considered contributing the most to club or amateur radio
Want to know what the club was like in 1977? Look here for some
And some even earlier photos from 1973.
And a flavour of what contest activity was like in 1978,
kindly supplied by former member Chris Byard.
The club participated in VHF NFD over the weekend of July 6th and 7th, being a joint
operation with Flight Refuelling ARS. A good score was achieved, although there was
very little sporadic E on 6m.
Older items of news and what the club has been doing over the years can be found
The following have been elected to serve on the G4BRA Committee for the current year:
Stuart Bambury M6CBB
Steve Pettit 2E0TVD
Subscription rates for 2014/15 are £15 for full membership and £7.50 for senior,
junior and country members.For more information on the Bracknell Club and how to join
please e-mail either the Secretary or the Treasurer
The Club Constitution is available for viewing on this
Keep in touch with Club Activities
An email reflector has been set up for the use of members. To subscribe to this send a
blank email to email@example.com and
confirm by replying to the email you will receive. Alternately visit http://groups.yahoo.com/group/g4bra/ and
join from there (you will need to set up an account at Yahoogroups).
A club net takes place each Wednesday evening (except club nights) on 145.375MHz FM.