CDXC: The UK DX Foundation
Martin Lynch and SonYaesu UK

2015 Annual Dinner

  • 21 Mar 2015
  • 19:00 - 23:30
  • 37


  • Includes afternoon and evening

We have the same comfortable venue this year with a separate room for the afternoon workshop (bar adjacent). So if you have ever thought about giving this event a try - this is the year.
It will still be on a first come,first served basis. Until your payment is received and acknowledged then your booking will remain provisional.

CDXC Annual Dinner 2015

and afternoon workshop

Saturday, 21st March 2015, Calcot Hotel, Bath Road, Reading, 

RG31 7QN

The CDXC 2015 Annual Dinner will be held again at the Calcot Hotel, Bath Road, Reading,  – and the priceis £30 per person. Dinner is 7pm for 7:30 and the after dinner talk will be:

"Tales of an amateur amateur"


Nick Henwood, G3RWF.

The venue is open for lunch bar snacks and there will be afternoon workshops/talks from 2pm so why not come along for lunch or in the afternoon and start socialising early.

The afternoon session will be on

Remote Operation - the hows, whys and wherefores.

The Annual Dinner is one of the two social events in the CDXC calendar and certainly not to be missed. So, as they say, book early to avoid disappointment.

The cost of a ticket is £30 . It is preferred that UK members do not pay via PayPal. You may pay by making a direct bank transfer to CDXCs account using Sort Code 60 60 02 & account No 44532385. Please include your call sign as reference.

You may also register by contacting Gordon, G3USR at or via the address in The Digest. 

On receipt of your booking and payment details, your booking will be confirmed. Please note - if you have not booked electronically via the web site, you are not confirmed until you have received the confirmation.

Where exactly is the venue?

The Dinner will be held at The Calcot Hotel, 98 Bath Road, Reading, Berks. RG31 7QN.  The hotel is located approximately 1m from M4 Jct 12 towards Reading centre.

Can I stay overnight at Calcot Hotel?

Yes. Contact the hotel direct on 0118 914 5912 or enquiries and quote CDXC to obtain the agreed rate. A “Google” search shows the same price from most of the on-line booking agencies.

Is there alternative overnight accommodation?

Yes, there are 3 Premier Inns and 3 Travel Lodges within 5 miles and  other accommodation in and around Reading itself.

Any other questions?

Please contact Gordon, G3USR at  

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