Ashton in Makerfield Amateur Radio Club
The members of AIM ARC
would like to welcome new members to our new club .
Ashton in Makerfield Amateur Radio Club was set up by Peter M0RGN and Elaine M6CLB (SK) in 2012 with a view to introducing new people into amateur radio and welcoming those that are already part of the international hobby.
Construction and Testing are just two of the many things the Amateur Radio hobby brings.
Communication is the main thing, where you can talk to someone round the corner or to a station on the other side of the planet, even via the International Space Station which now has a repeater on board. Staying with the space theme, if weather conditions are favorable it is possible to bounce signals off the moon.
But before all that, you will need an Amateur Radio license which can be gained through full training at
The Diamond Community Centre
Ashton in Makerfield
Meetings are held on the first and third Monday of every month from 20:00 to 22:00
(See dates on the next page).
If you would like more details contact us through the button below or come along on Monday night.
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