Argyll Raynet

part of Lorn Radio Amateur Club
formerly Argyll North 12/sc/222 and Argyll South 12/sc/328 for Local and Emergency Communications
RAYNET was formed in 1953 following the severe East coast flooding, to provide a way of organising the valuable resource that Amateur Radio is able to provide. There are now many Groups across the country that work with the local emergency planning officers (EPO)and other user groups These are any United Kingdom Police force, Fire or Ambulance service, Health Authority or Government Department, Chief Emergency Planning Officers and HM Coastguard, the British Red Cross Society, the St John Ambulance Brigade, the St Andrew’s Ambulance Association, the Women’s Royal Voluntary Service, the Salvation Army and the Utility Services. Apart from Emergencies we can setup communications at local events

If you think we can help at your event or would like to know more about the group please contact us.  email  remove (no spam)

This Group has only three members so non operational

for emergencys please call Glasgow & Clyde



Group Controller MM1AVR



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