Why not pay the Northwest ARC a visit. Meetings are held
FIRST and THIRD Tuesday each month at Standish Community Centre at 7pm
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
Northwest ARC - Club Callsign MXØNAR
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We are an RSGB registered examination centre
The club was
visited by Kath Wilson, RSGB Regional Manager - Region 3, who
commented on the 'excellent facilities that are available for holding
radio amateur exams
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.
Changes to the Club Constitution
A minor change to the
The Club Constitution was accepted at the AGM.
Tuesday 3rd December
All members are requested to attend
Meeting starts at 8PM prompt.
Waterways on the Air
M0JAV is interested in organising Waterways on the Air in a similar manner
to Railways on the Air – not a contest but an opportunity to rag chew with
fellow amateurs operating close to inland waterways.
||Apart from providing valuable assistance to the
Amateur satellite programme, Amsat-UK has an information service second
to none, a first class magazine in Oscar News (free to members at least
every two months), and provides technical data and advice on all aspects
of amateur satellite communications.
Orbital data and general assistance to all radio amateurs
wishing to enter this specialised part of the hobby is still available at
Read more about AMSAT...
cosmonauts and mission specialists from many nations fly on the
international space station, they will have amateur radio as a
Read more about it...
|RAYNET (the Radio Amateurs’
Emergency Network) is the UK’s national voluntary
communications service provided for the community by licensed