Essex Ham YL Net 09 Apr 16

The fourth Essex Ham Young Ladies Net started at 8pm on Saturday the 9th of April 2016.

The YL Net is hosted by Dorothy M0LMR, one of the regulars on our weekly Monday Night Net, and you can find out more on our Essex Ham YL Net page.

Dorothy M0LMR, host of the Essex Ham YL Net
Dorothy M0LMR, host of the Essex Ham YL Net


Net Attendees

Here’s the attendance list for this week’s net:

  1. Dorothy M0LMR, Basildon
  2. Rachel G6AMY, Ockendon
  3. Laura M6LHT, Southend
  4. Sarah M6PSK, Southend

Some OMs joined too:

  1. George M6NCR, Stevenage in Herts
  2. M6ISW, Bishops Stordford, Herts
  3. Giles,M0CGE, Harwich

Topics for the evening, as follows:

  • Thurrock Acorns Field Events
  • The Kempton Rally – coming soon… who’s going?
  • A possible 70cm net being planned
  • World Amateur Radio Day
  • Shack essentials – coffee and tea (Earl Grey, hot…)
  • History, and Laura’s Thurrock 100 history workshops

Planetary cakes, created by Sarah M6PSK, as discussed on this week's net
Planetary cakes, created by Sarah M6PSK, as discussed on this week’s net
Live Chat: During the Net, we run an Internet chatroom. Go to to get chatting – You need to create a free Essex Ham account to access our chatroom.
Internet Feed: Not in range of GB3DA? Several Internet feeds are available, including: Monday Night Net uStream (Thanks to Nick M0NFE) – There’s also Essex Ham’s Audio Feed (In BETA, and not always online). On a Smartphone, try SouthEastRadio on Zello

Our thanks…

Essex Repeater Group LogoWe’d like to thank the Essex Repeater Group for allowing Essex Ham to use the GB3DA for the Essex Young Ladies Net. This repeater, together with GB3ER, GB3DB and GB7ZP are managed by volunteers. ERG would appreciate your support which can be by membership or donation, online at
Please note that our nets are recorded for the protection of our participants. Audio from repeaters around the UK, including GB3DA, may be streamed online and available via web SDRs.
The views and opinions expressed by participants of our nets do not necessarily reflect the views of Essex Ham.


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