Welcome to the web pages of Standish Amateur Radio Society
Formerly the Northwest Amateur Radio Club
Standish Amateur Radio Society is a non-profit making organisation and is
concerned with the teaching of the Amateur Radio courses to youth members
and to anyone else who becomes a member to our club. If you would like
to join us and learn about the hobby of ham radio then drop down and give us
a visit - you don't have to become a member straight away you can have up to
3 visits to see if we are right for you!
FIRST and THIRD Wednesday each month at 7pm
We now meet at the ODDFELLOWS HALL, 40 Church Street,
Whether you regard your hobby as serious or just want to have fun, we have
something that you will enjoy taking part in. Come and join us - everyone is
Standish Amateur Radio Society - Club Callsign MØSOF
Visitors - Please take a moment to sign our
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and call back soon.
We are an RSGB registered examination centre
clubs, We run
Amateur Radio courses on demand for both Foundation and
Intermediate exams whether this be for one candidate or several.
Please contact us for further information.
very welcome but must be
supervised at all times.
Children who do
not act in a responsible manner may be asked to leave the club.
Membership is open to all who are
interested in any of the many facets of Amateur Radio and membership is not
restricted to those that hold transmitting licences.
Our members range in age from
youngsters to senior citizens.
Visitors and new members are always most welcome.
Feel free to come along and visit. There are no subs
for guests attending the meetings, and you do
not have to sign up as a member on your first visit - although we would like
that very much!!!
If you would like any more information on meetings or
membership please feel free to
Catch us on the air - club call sign MØSOF
New Name, New Venue,
New call Sign and
New meeting night
All members are requested to attend
Meeting starts at 8PM prompt.
UK Amateur Licence Review
The Consultation closed on 20 October and Ofcom
have advised that about 2000 people have responded.