Welcome to the web site of the Cray Valley Radio Society. We are situated on the SE London/NW Kent border. We hope that this site will be able to provide all the information you require about the Society and its events throughout the year!
If you're a new visitor to this site and you want to know more about Amateur Radio, please scroll down to the next section of this page.
Starting with M2000A to mark the Millennium, Cray Valley has mounted a number of high-profile special event stations culminating in 2012L for the London Olympics. Since then we have re-focused on smaller events such as GB6MW for National Mills on the Air weekend, and GB2CM at Crossness Pumping Station. The Society runs licence training courses each year, with an annual Foundation course and alternating Intermediate and Full courses. We also co-ordinate training dates with other active clubs in Kent and south-east London.
Guy G0UKN operating the Olympics station 2O12L
Having secured planning permission from the Royal Borough of Greenwich, our HQ in Eltham has been equipped with a Tennamast 12m telescopic mast supporting a Cuschcraft A3S beam for HF, a 9-element yagi for 2m, and wire antennas for 80/40/17m. The station is open each week for any member who wants to operate, by arrangement with the Shack Manager Trevor, M1TAD.
Membership levels have broken through the 100 barrier, and a good proportion of the membership attends our regular meetings which take place in Eltham on the first and third Thursdays of the month. Members receive a monthly newletter which contains news from the Society; a copy of a past issue can be accessed via this link .
Please look at the Contact Form page to contact our Secretary, and you can follow us on Twitter @G3RCV

We run an award programme for contacting members of our club, click this linke for information on the Cray Valley Award and how to claim it.