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Management meeting



The next meeting of the Management Committee will be held on the 24th April 2014 in Maldon.  Please contact your Area Controller with any business.



2014 Len Crane Trophy Presentation

At the 2014 Annual General Meeting, Geoff G7UHE was presented with the Len Crane Memorial Sheild by the group County Controller, Roland M0BDB for his outstanding work over the past 12 months.  Congratulations Geoff and keep up the hard work.




Farleigh Hospice - Walk for Life




Full details are still awaited, however, Essex Raynet have been requested to provide safety communications at the Walk for Life on Sunday 11th May.


The event has two routes, a 23km walk from Heybridge to Chelmsford and a shorter 10.5km walk from Paper Mill Lock to Chelmsford.


Offers of help to the Tony G0IAG, North Area Controller.


Further information can be obtained from the Farleigh website here.


Download an event map here.

Events at a glance


Apr 24th Management meeting
May 11th Farleigh 'Walk for Life'
June 7th St Helena 'Midnight Walk'
8th Orchid Ride
22nd Wilderness Charity Walk
Jul 5th Saffron Walden Carnival
12th Bradwell Pilgrimage TBC
20th Harlow 10 Run
Sep 14th Farleigh Cycle for Life
Oct 4th- 5th Saltmarsh 75
Dec 7th Farleigh Santa Fun Run


Essex Raynet's Emergency Call-out Number

24-hour Emergency Contact Number:-


07040 900276


Remember that this number should only be used if local call-out procedures fail or are non-existent



Last updated:15/04/14  

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