The Suffolk RED Steering Group – Is made up of a team of people who are passionate about Amateur Radio. Since 2017, Suffolk RED has undergone some significant changes to its running. The steering group was fully formed, seeing a more public set of faces behind the organisation, an increase in demo tables and the addition of field events & special event stations all adding to what Suffolk RED offers.
Calling all forward thinkers, doers and enthusiastic Amateur Radio hobbyists! We have two vacancies on the Suffolk RED Steering Group – Secretary and an ordinary vacancy. Interested? Send us an email email@example.com outlining what you can offer RED and we will be in touch.
The Suffolk RED team – In their own words.
Suffolk RED Chairman – Sarah 2E0ISJ – “Hello I’m Sarah, I gained my M6 in March 2016 & 2E0 licence in September 2016 and I will be resitting my M0 having failed in July 2017.
Having been a volunteer on various RAYNET Duties alongside my father (M0JSA Chairman of FDARS) since 2012, I decided that it was daft I couldn’t use the radio and so it began.
Despite only recently ‘coming onto the scene’ recently, I was a CB ‘user’ back in the late 80’s so I am familiar with the world of amateur radio. My main interests in the hobby is HF, Satellites & Metor Scatter and do love a build project! Hoping to get into SOTA, IOTA and DXpeditions.”
Suffolk RED Deputy Chairman – Alex M0USS – Alex gained his M0 in 2017 and met Sarah at his first RED and then again on their 2E0 training course where they struck up a lasting friendship.
“I’m Alex of Suffolk RED. I am fairly new to the hobby having only attained my foundation licence in July 2016.
I had always been interested in radio since a young age as my grandad was an avid CB’er and gave my first radio a well-used Fidelity CB2000FM when I was about 12. The first amateur radio event I attended was RED 4 and I’m proud to now support RED as a member of the committee and a full licence holder.”
I have been interested in electronics and radio from a very early age and got my licence in 1977. I moved to Suffolk in the early 1980s and and was active for a short while but other interests, model aircraft, photography took over. In 2011 I got back into the hobby and I an interested in HF, CW, QRP, portable antennas, mag loops.
Coming Soon – Suffolk RED Steering Group Member – Colin Ransom G8LBS introduces himself.
About Suffolk RED. Suffolk RED is every other month. The format is skills sharing, live demos, build workshops, field days and special event stations. Amateur Radio Licence Mentoring and Training is readily available at Suffolk RED events. Suffolk RED is for Amateur Radio & Radio Electronics hobbyists. Licensed Amateur Radio and new to the Amateur Radio hobby. Serving Amateur Radio in Suffolk, Essex, Cambridge and across East Anglia.