One of the nice things about clubs is the social activity that extends beyond the club’s amateur radio remit. On Saturday, the 4th of March a group of club members took the train to Liverpool to visit the Western Approaches museum. The Western Approaches Museum in Liverpool, England, is a museum chronicling the work of Western Approaches Command around Atlantic convoys, combating the U-boat menace and the Battle of the Atlantic. Set in the restored former Second World War command centre responsible for coordinating the effort, the museum consists of re-opened rooms housing artefacts from when the command centre was in active use.  Find out more

The members initially met up for a pint and finished off with a nice lunch.