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Trophy presentation

24.06.2015

Trophies presented to Transmission 2010 winners.

Trophy Presentation
Trophy Presentation

A radio society has been presented with two trophies from British Wireless for the Blind Fund for its part in the Transmission.

The Cray Valley Radio Society, based in South East London, has been given the award for taking part in the event in 2010.

Members of the group raised the most money at £1,086 and also made the most contacts with 741 as a club.

Pictured are some of the members with the two trophies.

Club Secretary Richard Perzyna said: "I would like to thank BWBF for their time and efforts in travelling up to us for the presentation.

"I would also like to add that we as a club committee have decided to look for ways to continue supporting the BWFBF in the future.

"For a club of radio amateurs the BWFBF is not only worthy, but a very suitable charity to support."



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