The AGM of NARS will take place this year on Thursday 28th October at 7:30pm (18:30 GMT) via Zoom. The normal login applies
We are happy to announce that we have returned to the club house. The meeting is every Thursday evening, term time, 19:00 to 21:00, initially limited to a maximum of 10 members in the meeting room, with 2 spare for any visitors up to a max of 12 in the room at any one time. … Read more
We have moved up the band slightly for the 2m VHF net that happens at 8pm local every Tuesday. We can now be found on 145.375MHz (or somewhere close if frequency busy). Please call in and say hello. 73 Richie. MW0LGE
Dale, 2W0ODS, has setup a YSF reflector for club members (and anyone else). Read about it HERE.
It is with great sadness that we have to say farewell to Bob Hill GW0FJE after 40 years of NARS membership. Bob joined us together with his wife Margaret just after the turn of 1980 and have been great supporters of the club ever since. Bob was what we could call a hands on member … Read more
We are now on Zoom every Thursday from 7pm onwards. Get all the details by clicking here. Hopefully we will see you there !
As we are not able to meet at the club at the moment we have been releasing a monthly round up ‘news letter’. Follow the links below to have a read. We produced these during 2020. OCTOBER – no activity reported
Ross (GW3NWS) and John (GW8IQC) went to have a QSO with the late Steve Cole (GW4BLE) early in 2020.
We are taking part in the Cricket World Cup Marathon, activating GB19SG during most club evenings over the next couple of weeks. A mix of modes, operating FT8, SSB and RTTY from the club house. If you are not a club member, but would like to take part and have a full callsign, then contact … Read more
Steve, G4ZUL, recently contacted us and sent over some photos that he found dating back to 1985 field day. He was a member of the club from 1984 through to 1986.