Radio Scouting UK

Welcome to the new Radio Scouting UK website.  I'm still working on adding content.

Greenock Scouts and Guides Radio Club

A Special thanks to Bob Lynch (MM1AWV) for his JOTA report from the Scouts and Guides in Greenock, I love the photos Bob.  See the News Page for the full story.


Greenock & District Scouts & Guides ARC (MM0TSG) is hosting the centenary callsign for the RSGB.  GM100RSGB will be active on 15 th November from approx 9am til 10pm from local Scout HQ.


News Stories

Courtesy of GB2GPI really need some news stories - so should you of done something exciting over JOTA then can you please take a few minutes to write up a short news story and let me have it - thanks.

Ideas for website

If you have and great ideas of what we could include on this website, that you feel others will find helpful - then I'm all ears!

I've introduced a Help! Page here. Where I'm listing any areas that I'd love some help with.  It could be that someones suggested a page I think would be really good, but I don't have the knowledge or skills to put it together or it maybe a more general request for news, or photos of a specific topic. Go on - go and have a peek.

If you've already produced a document that you think maybe of interest to others Radio Scouts and don't mind sharing it - then I'd love to have a copy. Credits will of course be given.

If you've found a useful Website, that you think others may like - then just let me know and I'll add it to the Weblinks page.

Indeed, if you'd like to suggest anything else of interest then you'd be very welcome to do so.  Please use my email address below.


By request, there is a Radio Scouting Forum available by clicking on the FORUM link on the menu - you'll need to sign up for it.  It's where I'm commenting on feedback received about the website.


Lastly - if anyone else would like to be involved with this site - maybe take on the editing of a section - I'd not say no to some help!

Constructive feedback is welcome at steve@gwia.co.uk  

73 Steve - G7BIM in sunny Cornwall.