Author Archives: Mervyn S Foster

About Mervyn S Foster

Being semi-retired my hobbies are Amateur Radio and I hold a full UK transmitting licence (G4KLE), Chairman of Huntingdonshire Amateur Radio Society and Pyrography (Wood Burning Art). I am an INWA Nordic Walking Instructor having trained with British Nordic Walking, I organise Nordic Walks for those who wish to improve their Fitness and Health. I hold full Liability Insurance and am a trained First Aider. I am also a Business Mentor and Public Speaker.

Huntingdonshire ARS Newsletter #004

December 2017 – HARS Newsletter #004 The Link for this Newsletter is:  http://mailchi.mp/659a4dc4ef1c/hunts-ars-newsletter-1308209 By Mervyn/G4KLE – Chairman Hunts ARS Advertisements

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Huntingdonshire ARS Newsletter #003

HARS Newsletter #003 November 2017 By Mervyn/G4KLE – Chairman Hunts ARS The Link for this Newsletter is: http://mailchi.mp/42de8e1c1292/hunts-ars-newsletter-1301397

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Railways on the Air – Nene Valley Railway

GB0NVR – 23rd & 24th September 2017 Railways on the Air – Nene Valley Railway The Huntingdonshire Amateur Radio Society once again this year took part in Railways on the Air as GB0NVR at Wansford Station on the Nene Valley … Continue reading

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Churches and Chapels on the Air – GB1SMB

GB1SMB – 9th September 2017 We were back again at St Mary’s Church, Buckden, Cambridgeshire to set up our station for the “Churches and Chapels on the Air” event. The G5RV Antenna erecting team of Brian (G8CHC), Nigel (G6LSB) and … Continue reading

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Hunts ARS Rally at St Neots

Wow, what an excellent Huntingdonshire ARS Radio Rally this year, the WX was definitely on our side. We had over 300 punters thru the gate and 52 Traders in the hall and on the field. We had traders from S … Continue reading

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Young People And Amateur Radio

Originally posted on Coastal Ham Radio:
As many of you know CHR has had many posts about young people and are they still interested in Amateur Radio. While looking for posts to put on the website I came across this…

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HARS Club visit to Mini Museum

On Saturday 12th August, 18 members of the Huntingdonshire Amateur Radio Society (HARS) and some Station Managers visited the Radio Display and Mini Museum of 2E0IEG (Marc). Rebecca (owner of Glebe Farm) and Marc (2E0IEG) kindly opened up their facilities … Continue reading

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