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                                                      1965   50th Anniversary 2015                                         

From the 9th - 31st Jan 2015 we will be using the special call sign


The Town of Bromsgrove lies between the cities of Birmingham 20km to the north and Worcester 20km south. The club came into being in January 1965 when the first meeting was held in a room above the CO-OP in the Strand Bromsgrove. The club has been at it's present location since the 1970s where we have a dedicated shack that is available to members 24/7. In England, as a club station we are also allowed to use the call GX3VGG.


We do not collect QSLcards and operate a responsible QSL'ing policy. We regularly update to EQSL, but will glady send you a paper card if you send an email request to g3vgg@talktalk.net.

We meet in the shack every Friday evening at 2000, and visitors are always welcome.  Please visit our website  http://www.radioclubs.net/bdarc/






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