Two operating events this weekend, neither of which I spent a lot of time in, but I made a few contacts here and there.
The FOC Marathon. An operating event for the First Class CW Operators Club. It started at 2100z on Friday evening. Quite quickly I worked a few North American stations on 40m, but conditions didn't sound great. I did pop on overnight for a few minutes and also around Saturday sunrise, but conditions didn't get any better! P40LE was a nice on on 80m - nothing new, but always a nice contact. HF during the day really wasn't terribly good. I heard one station on 15m - ZS1AAX and he was very weak! Actually, that's not true - I also worked G4FON up in Oxford on both 15 and 10m.
432MHz AFS. I made about 10 QSOs this morning on 432MHz, but the conditions were poor (the barometric pressure has been sinking fast). Best DX was G1OGY/P over near Colchester and the majority of contacts seemed to be around Oxfordshire or Gloucestershire.