Eddystone User Group

Contact & Comments

You can contact the Eddystone User Group by writing to

Chris Pettitt
EUG Webmaster
12 Hennals Avenue, Webheath, Redditch, B97 5RX

Or by email g0eyo@blueyonder.co.uk

Or you can leave us a message on this comments page but a better way of entering into a dialogue with Eddystone enthusiasts is to join the Eddystone User Groups.io forum. https://groups.io/g/EddystoneUserGroup Here you will find 400+ Eddystone enthusiasts and experts who can answer your questions and give advice.

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  1. Peter Gostelow says:

    Hello all, I am an Eddystone fan ( if that is the right word), I have an Eddystone S640 vintage April 1947 that I am attempting to restore. In the past I have had Eddystone receivers and recently my interest has been revived. My call sign is 2W0HOH – I am 81 years old. Believe it or not a fellow amateur yesterday gave me an Eddystone EC10 that looks immaculate but only works at low volume. I can attempt repairs on valve radio but solid state transistorised is beyond me. Is there anyone that can sort out the EC10 at reasonable cost? Any help really appreciated
    Regards to all
    P.S. My history of previous call signs (VS9AGA, VS9KGA) is on QRZ

  2. DAVID JENKS says:

    Hi there,has anyone got a full paper service manual for sale of Eddystone 990R,many thanks Dave.