From the Sussex Coast to Dover, on the 26, 27 and 28 May 2018.
Over 60 Years of Volunteer Support
Rain or shine, we are ready to use our time, skills and equipment to assist in the response to local emergencies.
Short and long-distance radio links can be set up quickly to provide timely information from remote locations.
We can swiftly deploy access to the internet and phone networks over resilient infrastructure almost anywhere.
Kent County RAYNET helps hundreds of people raise money for charities by providing safety support at community events.
Our Latest News
Read more about our extensive experience and discover updates on our most recent activity.
Space. Our next frontier. Not literally, of course, but we’re investigating several new satellite-based technologies that can help us achieve greater resilience.
Not every incident involving Kent County RAYNET needs radios or is due to a communications blackout.
RAYNET is steeped in history. It all began over 60 years ago with the terrible East Coast floods of 1953 with the need for information to passed quickly and accurately by radio amateurs.