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Please note: Your order may be supplied from more than one source and dispatched at different times. It is, therefore, likely that you will receive your order in separate parcels, which may not arrive on the same day.
Please allow 21 days for the full completion of your order, before contacting Customer Services. We aim to get your goods to you as soon as possible, but some items are held in stock and some made to order.
PLEASE NOTE: THE PAYPAL CHECKOUT LISTS THE ADDITIONAL P & P FOR OVERSEAS ORDERS INCORRECTLY AS SALES TAX
You can order by Post BUT it will take considerably longer to process - UK residents ONLY may send sterling cheque's / postal orders ( no cash please ) payable to: The Radio Caroline Society with details of your order and delivery address to: RCS, The BarnCorner FarmBroughNEWARKNG23 7QB Please remember to add 20% to the shop prices for postage & packing for such orders
All prices shown online are charged in Sterling and are net of post and packing
P & P charges added at our checkout are 20% of the cost of items purchased for delivery to addresses in the UK & Europe 40% to the rest of the world outside Europe. Please allow up to 21 days for delivery and read the note below regarding separate dispatch of goods.
Profits from sales go to mooring fees, fuel, bills,restoring and preserving the Radio Ship Ross Revenge and helping maintain Radio Caroline`s broadcasts , all by volunteer work. Thank you for your continued support of this historic radio ship and Caroline`s continued broadcasts from land based studio and ship when possible.
YOU DO NOT NEED TO USE A FULL REGISTERED PAYPAL ACCOUNT TO BUY THROUGH OUR SHOP - UNLESS YOU WISH TO USE THE ADDED SECURITY - AS ALL MAIN CREDIT & DEBIT CARDS ARE VERY WELCOME TOO.
Donations always welcome...
Welcome to the Radio Caroline Web Shop, run by volunteers to help keep the dream alive. This includes the running of the radio station and the preservation and restoration of its radio ship, the Ross Revenge, on the River Blackwater in Essex.
Your continued support is very much appreciated.
Great reads on Radio Caroline and Free Radio from the 1960’s to the 1990’s, including from Radio Caroline presenters past and present.
Many signed by authors or new updated editions
Canvas Prints, Paintings, Cards and Posters of all The Caroline ships including the MV Ross Revenge on the Blackwater River
Step aboard a living piece of maritime and radio history
The Great British Woodstock: The Incredible Story
of the Weeley Festival 1971, By RAY CLARK
In the tiny village of Weeley, near Clacton on Sea, Essex, local bands were being booked to play and make a bit of money for charity. But the Weeley Festival soon spiralled out of control as top name bands attracted 150.000 revellers with the resultant chaos of fires on site, pitched battles with the Hells Angels and more. The tiny village was overwhelmed and then at the end came the expected question ' where did all the gate money go ? '.
A factual account of farcical and adventurous times, with around 100 b/w photographs, by Radio Caroline presenter Ray Clark.
Boat Trip Gift Vouchers
Due to popular demand:
Oil Painting Print by Caroline Skipper NICK BOYCE
Prints from a superb oil painting of the Ross Revenge on a moonlit night, created by our Boat Skipper Nick Boyce.
Each print will be signed and numbered by Nick and sent in a postal cardboard tube for you to frame. We have been able to trim the cost down to £25 per print plus postage and these are available from stock now
3-Ships T-Shirts in alternative colours
Available in soft back with 39 photographs.
Behind-the-scenes memories of an offshore radio engineer and presenter on the Voice of Peace, Laser and Caroline.
Live from the North Sea
By STUART VINCENT
Revelations from one of the heroes
The final 3 years of the m.v. Mi Amigo - as seen through the eyes of Caroline’s long-term active and stalwart supporter, Albert Hood.
He first went out on an “anorak visit” back in 1975, then on August 13th (!) 1977 he started running his own trips, bringing anoraks - and who knows what else - to help keep it all going.
My Memories of a Dear Old Lady
By ALBERT HOOD
Available in soft back, with over a hundred photographs (b/w)
Available in soft back with 17 pages of B/W photos and drawings.
The seamanship and transmission techniques behind radio on the high seas. Right down to the anchors.
Updated to cover more subjects, such as ships registration and tracking and the the ship used for the movie “The Boat That Rocked” / “Pirate Radio”.