Located on the edge of the small farming villages of Corse and Staunton, in the West of England, near to the Malvern Hills. Surrounded by open countryside on all sides, low noise QTH so excellent location for ham radio. Very active on both HF and VHF, and in some contests.
Here is the view to the East from my QTH:
Please visit my main website for more info: G0HVQ QSL.NET website
QTH here is an old church built in 1821, nearly 200 years old, now converted to a house. This is the reason my audio is so good, walls are very thick and the acoustics very good.
I'm a member of G9V / M0VSQ Vulture Squadron Contest Group
Prefer LoTW for confirming QSOs, but will QSL via bureau or direct if you *really* need a card. QSL cards can take a long time to arrive here e.g. I just received a batch of cards from JA, most QSOs were over 2 years ago, so it may take 2-3 years for a card to go via the buro - please be patient if you are waiting for a buro card. And please do not keep sending cards for the same band/mode, I work many of you many times in contests, only 1 card per band/mode is necessary. No eQSL -sorry, tried it but it took almost as long to administer as paper QSL due to mismatches in QSO information, I just do not have the time.
April 2013 - I have finally cleared the QSL card backlog, all bureau and direct cards have now gone out - if you have not received your card, please e-mail me at the above address.
73 de Darrell (Daz) G0HVQ
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