The 19th Barking and Dagenham Scout Group is over 80 years old! It has a long and illustrious history serving the local community since 1932 and has been keeping youngsters occupied learning life skills and making friends throughout.
PLEASE DONT USE THE RSGB 2011 CALLBOOK
AS WE HAD MOVED QTH WHEN BOOK WENT TO PRINT
PLEASE SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR THE UK AIR AMBULANCES
BY SIGNING MY GUESTBOOK
Greetings, thanks you for viewing my biography. You may have worked me either on of my 2 callsigns, these are:- M3HEM (Class B) and M0HEM (Class A) to make people more aware of this wonderfull service as this is a service has been around for over 15 years now this has a vital role in which this service saves live within the golden hour,that why i choose the callsigns to make people more aware of this wonderfull service.my name is John i was interested in cb radio in 1989 and then i got fed up with that because of the swearing and music playing,sold all the cb gear and took the rae in 1995 and became G7UYT in late 1995 i never done 2metre only a few repeaters in the local area more interested and was an SWL for about 16yrs.I have varied interests in Amateur Radio my main one is the Worked All Britain Awards(WAB)I also have an interest in Worked All Ireland which goes hand in hand with WAB. i also have a interestedin lighthouses,Im also a very keen award chaser
THE FINAL COURTESY OF A QSO IS A QSL ! If there's one adagio I stick to: this one is it. To me, there's is no excuse for any ham not to confirm a first band/mode slot with a QSL card, whether that be a "standard" or a contest QSO.
The vast majority of my QSLing is done via the QSL bureau which - whatever some may pretend - does a marvelous job. As most IARU societies run QSL bureaus, this service is available to most hams. Membership to one's national IARU society is something that goes without saying.
Please feel free to use my above indicated address if you want a QSL direct, SAE & current IRC are appreciated. Correct SWL reports welcomed.
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25 YEARS OF THE LONDON AIR AMBULANCE
THE LONDON HELICOPTER EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE LAA
(London's Air Ambulance) operates an MD902 Explorer twin engined helicopter, which replaced an SA 365N Dauphin in October 2000. The original Dauphin, registration G-HEMS, completed some 37,500 take offs and landings, becoming a well know site around London, during its 12 years of operation. The MD902 Explorer, with its distinctive Virgin Logo and red paint scheme is based on the rooftop helipad on The Royal London Hospital during the hours of operation and is ready to respond within minutes to any accident or incident within the operational area, taking the Hospital to the Patient, with a crew of 2 pilots, a Doctor and Paramedic. MD902 Facts: Reg: G-EHMS Hull No: 68 Max All Up Weight: 6250 lbs Engines: 2 Pratt and Whitney 206e Top Speed: 140 kts Certified: Single Pilot IFR Mission Ready Endurance: 1 hour from the helipad.(130 miles)
HEMS was started in 1989 and has flown more than 11,00 missions.Based at the royal London hospital whitechapel,it serves more than ten millon people within the M25.Since 1997 the aircraft has been provide by virgin,which also administers the charity free of charge.Operational costs are met by NHS.HEMS is the only air ambulance in the uk that routinely carries a senior doctor on all missions.The team of two pilots,doctor and a paramedic have followed a well-rehearsed rountine that scrambles the helicopter just in two minutes after receiving the call from the London Ambulance.they can reach any part of the London inside the M25 with ten minutes.The combination of speed,expertise and equipment allow the team to reach an accident and administers life saving treatment on the spot.The helicopter can take the patient to the right hospital for their injuries."The uniqueness of HEMS is that it takes the hospital to the patients side.within average flying time of four minutes,it means patients are receiving expert medical care often within ten minutes of the accident itself.for those with multiple injuries this is vital,"says DR Gareth Davis,consultant in A&E and pre hospital care.The service plans many improvement such as extented flying hours and a new state-of-the-helicopter.other items include:A second aircraft for extended hours of operation.New equipment for a second medical team. Monitiors, radio and phones."THE Royal London Hospital has been equipped as one of the most advanced trauma centres in the uk.The London's Air Ambulance team have been involved in all major incidents over the past few years, including the train crashes at Cannon Street, Southall and Paddington, the Soho bomb, and on July 7th 2005, the terrorist attacks on London's transport system when some 26 missions were carried out using the helicopter plus the constant deployment of the rapid response cars to deliver medical care and supplies to the scenes of the incidents. On that day 208 people were treated at the Royal London Hospital.
During 2008 Londons Air Ambulance undertook a total of 1771 missions, up from 1 401 in 2007. The crews attended the following emergency incidents:687 road traffic accidents.381 falls from height. 291 stabbings. 87 shootings.38 hanging or strangulation incidents.12 sports-related and animal-related incidents.
The Helicopter Emergency Medical Services(HEMS)which is dedicated to injured patients is supported by the HEMS charity,Any support you can give would be gratefully received".Please make cheques payable to Virgin HEMS(LONDON)Ltd, Royal London Hospital,Whitechapel Road, London,E1 1BB.
Our Daughter baby Chloe was delivered 9.5 weeks prematurely when doctors found fuild on the heart.immediately after birth she received a blood transfusion weeks later she delevoped anaemia,and need another blood transfusion.
15 months later she on the way to recovery.
do something amazing today give blood read this amazing story on how chloe was saved and it became a wonderfull christmas present to remember click on the link below