This event took place in and around Ware Town centre, and as usual was well attended by residents. We were "eyes and ears" for St. John Ambulance, for what turned out to be a quiet evening. The picture shows the Samba Band that attends this event every year, entertaining the crowds with those Latin rhythms! This is our last scheduled event of the year, before all members take a well-earned break from RAYNET duties over Christmas and the New Year.
WEEKLY RADIO NET
The frequency used will be 144.650MHz.
Please note we are back at Hatfield fire Station for this session - the topic will be "Incident Management".
Thanks to those members who volunteered to support the Ware Fireworks events - it seemed very popular this year, hopefully raising large amounts for charity, and was uneventful!
This session will be run by Godfrey, M0HYG, and will be a practical session on the topic of map reading. Don't forget to bring your OS Maps!
A reminder to members that we are assisting the scouts with their night hike tonight - members will have received notes via email.
This month's training session (please note the venue!) will be presented by Howard, G1BYY, and the topic will be "Voice Procedures". See you there.
This month we are back at the Hatfield Fire Station and the topic is "Callout Readiness" - things to think about, do and prepare beforehand, so as to be ready when a callout happens.
We supported this event again this year, working on behalf of St John Ambulance and Ware Town Council, providing safety and welfare communications along the carnival route. Our Mobile Communications Unit was co-located as usual with St John Ambulance at Ware Priory, for what turned out to be an uneventful day.
Committee meeting In Stevenage