Special EeZee Award Certificate for Yuletide
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Third Official Yuletide RHA Activity - 17 December on 2m - 2E0XLG in SD94 (1150ft elev.).

Welcome to the Robin Hood Award

Stories and legends about Robin Hood are popular around the world, especially the USA and in Europe, so this award offers an opportunity for Radio Amateurs to share their interest in these tales - and the "real"  history - on air.

The Robin Hood Award is an 'self-service award' for Radio Amateurs who make radio contacts into, or out of,  Robin Hood Country' in Northern England. 
All Radio Amateurs can participate, and the award is totally self-regulated by participants.

The Award has two categories: 'Chasers' and 'Activators'.  The award is free and the rules are not complicated.

Fuller information about how the Award works is given on the relevant page.

Robin Hood Country covers a very large part of Northern England according to both the original ballads (called 'gestes') and the historical context of  anti-royal and anti-monastic dissent in the early Middle Ages.

Please see the map for the area covered. There are also places with Robin Hood associations
- including street and 'pub' names to townships, hills and caves - all around Britain and other parts of the world: most can qualify.

Detailed Aims - and 'rules' are HERE

The rules are quite simple - mainly common sense applies.

The Award Certificates have space to add 'spots' for the number of contacts made up to a likely maximum of 15 points. Space is also provided for the recipient's callsign if desired.  New Award Certificates will be available in January 2017.

Downloadable Chasers' and Activators' Certificates - examples from 2016


There is also a single EeZee QSL for people who do not wish to aim for the Awards, but who would like a QSL card.