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The pennant of the 3rd Squadron, 14th Signals Regiment, Bampton, flies over Lundy Island where the men from Bampton Signals camp have gone to operate an amateur radio station. 1965.
"It was a modified Marconi Diversity receiver using an RCA (Radio Corporation of America) and was located in the Amateur Radio Club on camp (Royal Corps of Signals in Weald) call sign G3LPC. This club is now the one at Weald and was authorised by OFCOM under my name as was the original." quote from Ray Evans. Julie Evans Rae Evans
Article from the Bideford and North Devon Weekly Gazette, September 24th 1965, concerning Number 3 Squadron, of the 14th Signal regiment, from Bampton, setting up an amateur radio station to operate from Lundy Island.