Furthering The Interest Of All Aspects Of Amateur Radio

Activities

Club Nights

Our popular club meets take place on the last Wednesday evening of the month from 7.30pm in the function room at the Abram Community Centre. A licensed bar can be available on request and members meet up and socialise in a family friendly atmosphere.

Training sessions are run for those aspiring to become a licenced amateur or wishing to further their knowlegde in persute of a full licence. HF equipment can also be available for use with our club callsign M0LSW when evening band conditions are favourable.

There is also an opportunity to brush up your CW (Morse code) with keys on hand, talk tech with fellow members or experiment with a spot of ‘homebrew’ equipment building.

On occasion guest speakers are invited to talk on Amateur Radio related subjects and our own members often gave presentations on the latest happenings in an effort to drag the rest of us kicking and screaming into the 21st century!.

Slarc Net



Many of our members hold a regular rag chew every Monday night at 8pm, frequency usually (430.875Mhz GB7HN – leigh repeater) does vary so if you cannot catch the Slarc Net on air check our Facebook page or contact us and we can let you know details of the next one.Anyone can contribute to the conversation on Slarc Net. If you are an amateur in range residing in or around South Lancashire you are more than welcome. You do not have to be a South Lancs ARC member to join in.
Social Activities



At some (weather permitting) point in the summer months we hold a club barbecue where members, friends, family -and sometimes strangers- enjoy a drink, a bite to eat and pleasant company.Hot Pot suppers and quiz nights have been known to appear on the list of social activities before today!
Rallies



As well as attending many rallies in the area we also hold our own Winter Rally in December each year. Details are published here, on our Facebook page and made available to other local clubs and organisations nearer the time.
Field Days and Special Events



Now club membership is growing to a respectable size we are planning to resume attending and promoting at Field Days and special events again. Events such as club camps and ROTA (Railways On The Air) can take a lot of planning so everyone taking part contributes to the organising to help share the load. This ensures everyone enjoys themselves and guarantees we are able to promote the hobby of Amateur Radio and its many facets to the full in a professional manner.
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