Cleveland RAYNET Group
The Cleveland RAYNET Group covers Teesside and the North York Moors. It is part of the UK Radio Amateurs' Emergency Network, which is a Registered Charity (Number 1047725).
The national organisation consists of individual RAYNET groups which may or may not be registered charities. Cleveland RAYNET Group is not a registered charity.
We may operate out of our normal geographical area and other RAYNET groups may assist us in our area.
RAYNET provides backup communications for the emergency services and other organisations during major disasters when normal communications may have failed or become overloaded.
RAYNET is a voluntary organisation and members use their own amateur radio equipment and group equipment to provide communications for others.
RAYNET takes part in exercises and can provide voluntary radio communications for the community at the request of a User Service.
Cleveland RAYNET Group was established in November 1972.
Cleveland RAYNET Group are Honorary Members of Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team.
February 2016: A new live APRS map page can be seen here.
You can send an e-mail message to Cleveland RAYNET Group by clicking here. This will fail if you use web-based e-mail.
Page updated on 28 December 2017