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QSL: SASE DIRECT G4USW (PREFERRED) - OR VIA BURO - NO EQSL OR LOTW

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The RNLI station on Roa Island, off Barrow in Furness, will again be taking part in the RNLI SOS RADIO WEEK for 2014 from 25th - 2nd February 2014 (weekends Only) --- (2014 QSL example as attached)

the station has one of the new TAMAR boats named "Grace Dixon" and a D class inflatable "Vision of Tamworth"

As you may or may not be aware . the RNLI relies entirely on Public Donations to maintain its operational capability, having spent many years myself on water in the Royal Navy, both surface and submarine vessels, i know, and value, the efforts "above and beyond the call of duty" that this service provide -- the dedication of all involved are a credit to themselves and to the human race as a whole.

the SOS RADIO WEEK is an annual fund raiser -- Please visit WWW.RNLI.ORG website and consider donating to such a worthy cause.

GB5LBC is part of FOUR lifeboat stations in Cumbria during this years event.i have just been updated to say that ALL 4 will be active during 2014 event. i will remain qsl manager . Please consider qsl'ing direct supplying an SASE this will be the quickest means, and the preferred method, any donation can be included and these will go to the RNLI along with those collected locally .

YOUR qsl cards via the bureau, are NOT required Unless you state on air that you do NOT require a card - i will blanket send cards via the bureau - so PLEASE state if you DO NOT require a qsl

********a Certificate for working all 4 Cumbrian boats will again be made available (as viewed above along with QSL card) preferred method is by return of email in JPEG format for you to print yourself. if a printed one is needed there will have to be a charge of $US 2 or 2euros (NO coins please) contact me via g4usw1@sky.com with 4 LBC station contact details for me to confirm. ALL additional monies include will be donated to the RNLI I make NO charge for either myself of the local radio club running this event, the charge is for photo sheet and hard backed envelope,and postage (the UK mail service is expensive) ********

 

Please contact me by email if extra information is needed g4usw1@sky.com

ANY extra monetary amount sent will be gratefully received and fully donated to the RNLI

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