Great Yarmouth Area

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Re: Great Yarmouth Area

Postby maylandmanta » Thu Nov 21, 2013 9:19 am

Gt Yarmouth coastguard station closed earlier this year.This area is now covered by Humber Coastguard down as far as Southwold and from there it is covered by Thames coastguard round to Dover.Thames is due to close in 2015 whereupon Dover will take the area over.
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Re: Great Yarmouth Area

Postby rixie » Sun Oct 26, 2014 10:01 am

I can confirm that the Wild Duck still uses 453.1125 I'm own a holiday home and am here now.
Lots of activity in the day and security use at night. I've heard nothing on 459 though it's probably their channel 2?

Not much other detectable here pretty quiet.
I did speak to a ham who gave me the freq of a couple of local ham talkthrough boxes although they are very low signal, he also said there was on going in to Great Yarmouth next year, I couldn't find any information so may not be true
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Re: Great Yarmouth Area

Postby clum19 » Tue Jul 09, 2019 7:27 pm

Anyone got any frequencies for Scratby/ California Holiday parks?

Sunmerfields Park Resorts, Scratby and California Cliffs, California?

Or any other frequencies in these areas?

Cheers :smiles:
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Re: Great Yarmouth Area

Postby bigboyblue » Wed Jul 10, 2019 11:01 am

clum19 wrote:Anyone got any frequencies for Scratby/ California Holiday parks?

Sunmerfields Park Resorts, Scratby and California Cliffs, California?

Or any other frequencies in these areas?

Cheers :smiles:



Have you taken a look on the Ofcom wtr / spectrum info site ?
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Re: Great Yarmouth Area

Postby clum19 » Wed Jul 10, 2019 11:04 am

Yeah, using WTR Browser but nothing seems to come up for those.

Nothing using the Postcode of the sites either unfortunately.
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Re: Great Yarmouth Area

Postby deadite66 » Sun Sep 15, 2019 3:39 pm

Recently started picking up a channel "Broads Base" on 164.875. sounds related to yacht hire.
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Re: Great Yarmouth Area

Postby G4RMT » Tue Sep 17, 2019 8:02 am

That frequency was used by Highpoint from Stoke Holy Cross - a community repeater with a number of users. I don't think it's new, but could just be a new user? If you hear any more, check if they have different CTCSS tones, if they do, it will be the old Highpoint system with new users. Could be a short term hire they've stuck on the system as it covers the broads area towards Lowestoft fine.
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Re: Great Yarmouth Area

Postby m0lsx » Tue Sep 17, 2019 10:12 am

deadite66 wrote:Recently started picking up a channel "Broads Base" on 164.875. sounds related to yacht hire.



I have Broads Tours (Wroxham) Boat Yard (Potter Heigham) & Black Cabs (Norwich) listed for that frequency. I am not sure if it's in my scanner or not, as I HATE Black Cab chat, it's like listening to a 2 meter repeater..
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Re: Great Yarmouth Area

Postby deadite66 » Sat Sep 21, 2019 2:30 pm

you're right it is used by multiple users still, sound like Broads Vally Railway from what i was hearing.
from their site they do boat trips too.
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Re: Great Yarmouth Area

Postby GalaxianFive » Mon Sep 23, 2019 7:44 pm

That freq is indeed Broads Tours based at Wroxham ctcss 110,9 and Herbert Woods boat hire mechanics ctcss 94.8 and a taxi company ctcss 103.5. Sorry I don't know the ID of the taxi company been trying to find out for over a year, it seems to be just 2 cabs as I get the same guys every time I hear them. Bure valley railway are on 166.8625 Michael
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