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Hello fellow amateurs,

"GM0B" is the callsign of a Scottish contest group, originating from a club in central Lanarkshire.    However the group is no longer associated with the local club and has developed to include members not only from all round Scotland, but now from England and Wales    Several of our members are also members of the Traveling Wave Contest Group, who do well in the VHF contests down south.

In 2000 we initiated the GM0B callsign in the CQ WW SSB contest and operated from the island of Benbecula in the Outer Hebrides. In 2001 & 2002 we used the callsign again, but this time operated from Dunnethead ( The most northerly point on the Scottish ( British ) mainland.   from 2003 until the present day we have and will operate from the AVONDYKE ( Scout Outdoor Centre ) near Stonehouse Central Scotland ( IO85AQ )

We first participated in the IOTA contest in 2006 from the Island of Bute ( EU-123 ) and have returned to this location annually, endeavouring to improve our score each year.

We are looking forward to working you again / or for the first time.

Tom Costford ( GM0B - MM0BHX )

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