Simple 2m Antennas

Simple 2m Antennas, Base and Mobile for Beginners The club has recently had an influx of new member, some of which are new to the world of amateur radio. Some have bought the cheap Baofeng handheld transceiver to listen to activity on 2m and 70cm. It has been reported...

4m to 2m receive upconverter

4m to 2m Receive Upconverter Michael Rathbone G3ZII is a member and former Secretary of the Southport and District Amateur Radio Club. Here is the article that was submitted and published In the August edition of RADCOM. In recent times there has been an upsurge of...

CLUB NET

Every Sunday at 19.30 we meet on air on 2m, Starting on the calling frequency of 145.500 and then QSY to a free channel. Listen out for the club call sign G2OA. You'll be very welcome and it's a great way to keep in touch with each other.  

CLUB MEETINGS CANCELLED.

  MEETINGS CANCELLED.   Due to concerns over the Covid-19 virus ALL CLUB MEETINGS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED. Future meetings are currently under review and we'll let you know what is happening as soon as possible. All is not lost though! We continue to meet on the...

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Come and Celebrate Lancashire Day.

Join us on the 28th. November 2020 as we celebrate and operate for Lancashire Day

It commemorates the day in 1295 when Lancashire first sent representatives to Parliament. 

Lancashire is a county in northwest England, first established in 1182. In 1974 the county was re-organised and parts of the Southern most areas were moved into a new county – Sefton. Many locals have still not recovered from this change!

The original county palatine of Lancashire.

We will be operating from the club house from about 10am. you are welcome to come earlier to help set up the antennae and equipment.

If you can’t make it all day, an hour will do! Please let Craig M0OYH or Brian M0SSN know if you can come along.

There will also be a traditional Lancashire hotpot and apple pie provided by Dorothy.