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Welcome to RAF Waddington Amateur Radio Club

This is the website of the RAF Waddington Amateur Radio Club, based at the Pyewipe Inn, Lincoln, England.

We are a group of individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds and experience, all with a shared passion for everything radio! Not sure what amateur radio is? Find out all about it at the Radio Society of Great Britain.

We hope you enjoy your visit to our site and look forward to meeting you on a club night or on the air.

Special Event Station GB6IBC at International Bomber Command Centre, 25th July 2024

RAF Waddington is proud to return to the IBCC as they commemorate International Bomber Command Day on Thursday, 25th July with a Service of Remembrance at 2pm. We expect to be operational between 08:00-16:00 BST. HF operation will be on 40m and 20m; modes will include SSB, CW, FT8 and slow-scan TV. We will also operate on 2m FM.

Bunkers on the Air will also be activating sites relevant to International Bomber Command Day and we look forward to making contatcs with them and with other interested radio amateurs.

Special Event Station GX4LMR at Lincolnshire Wolds Railway, 7th July 2024

RAF Waddington Amateur Radio Club operated from Lincolnshire Wolds Railway on Sunday, 7th July commemorating the 6ZZ centenary.

On 5th July 1924 amateur radio station 6ZZ was established on a train travelling from King’s Cross to Newcastle-on-Tyne to test if two-way communication could be established between an amateur radio station on a moving train and amateur radio stations at fixed locations.

Club BBQ at Pyewipe Inn, 8th June

Club members once again enjoyed the club barbecue, held as usual outside the Pyewipe shack. We were treated to very nice burgers and sausages, cooked as usual by our talented chefs John, SWL and Chris, 2E0BMA, together with extra goodies provided by Andy, M0IYE.

Committee Meeting, Friday 31st May @ Pyewipe Inn shack

The club will hold a committee meeting in the shack at the Pyewipe Inn on 31st May - please note that this is a change from the originally published date. Members are invited to come to the meeting to listen to what your committee have been up to since the AGM in January!

7.30 pm onwards, for a prompt start at 8pm.