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Ashdown Forest Repeater Group 

Turners Hill, West Sussex
Ashdown Forest Repeater Group 2016

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Ashdown Forest Repeater Group

St Leonards Church, West Sussex

The Group was formed in October 2008, initially to plan and provide a homebrew 70 cms D-Star repeater for the Crawley area with coverage extending into parts of Kent and East Sussex previously unserved. At 174 metres above sea level our site is probably one of the highest points in West Sussex. We therefore remain extremely grateful to the Turners Hill Parochial Church Council who supported our suggestion that the disused wooden flagpole be replaced with one of glass fibre so that a dual-band collinear antenna could be concealed within. Full permission from the Dioceses of Chichester to proceed with the installation at St Leonard’s was granted in February 2009 and GB7MH went live the following November. GB3MH operating on 2 metres FM was added in August 2011. It goes without saying that all donations towards the upkeep of GB3MH and GB7MH would be gratefully received. Just click the PayPal link on the ‘Contact & DONATE’ page should you wish to contribute towards the running costs. As a visitor to the site, we hope you will find plenty of information about our repeaters and may you have many local and worldwide contacts.
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Repeater Status:  GB3MH, Echolink & IRLP OK GB7MH, D-Star OK                DMR OK
© Ashdown Forest Repeater Group 2016

Welcome to the Home of

GB7MH & GB3MH

Ashdown Forest Repeater Group

St Leonards Church, West Sussex

The Group was formed in October 2008, initially to plan and provide a homebrew 70 cms D-Star repeater for the Crawley area with coverage extending into parts of Kent and East Sussex previously unserved. At 174 metres above sea level our site is probably one of the highest points in West Sussex. We therefore remain extremely grateful to the Turners Hill Parochial Church Council who supported our suggestion that the disused wooden flagpole be replaced with one of glass fibre so that a dual-band collinear antenna could be concealed within. Full permission from the Dioceses of Chichester to proceed with the installation at St Leonard’s was granted in February 2009 and GB7MH went live the following November. GB3MH operating on 2 metres FM was added in August 2011. It goes without saying that all donations towards the upkeep of GB3MH and GB7MH would be gratefully received. Just click the PayPal link on the ‘Contact & DONATE’ page should you wish to contribute towards the running costs. As a visitor to the site, we hope you will find plenty of information about our repeaters and may you have many local and worldwide contacts.
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Repeater Status:  GB3MH, Echolink & IRLP OK GB7MH, D-Star OK        DMR OK

Ashdown Forest Repeater Group 

Turners Hill, West Sussex