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The club has an active membership, whose ages range from 10 to 80 years. The club meets up every week on a Friday night at 8pm local time. The club also provides Foundation & Intermediate classes on site. All members have different interests within the hobby, such as DX chasing, CW, antenna design, home brew kit, SSTV, PSK 31 etc. Some club members can be found on CW, Phone and PSK on 80, 40 and 2 metres. The club often holds competitions amongst its members and would also welcome contacts and competitions with any other clubs. On some days, the club arranges other events, like Direction Finding and Hills on the Air. The club also have guest speakers that appear from time to time.
Friday evenings at 8pm.
Secretary - Dave Carter M6DKT
Or leave a message on 07584 025156 and dave will get back to you.
Bromsgrove & District Amateur Radio Club,
Avoncroft Arts Centre,
Directions from the South:
Approaching Bromsgrove from Droitwich, Wychbold and Upton Warren, stay on the A38 and don't head into Bromsgrove town. Cross the traffic lights at the Hanbury Turn pub, then in approx 200 yards turn right into a small lane, (immediately after a pedestrian crossing). The club is situated down the end of the lane, as far as you can drive (past the car park). If you come to a Morrisons supermarket, you've gone past it...see below!
Directions from the North:
Approaching Bromsgrove from Birmingham, Northfield and Rubery, stay on the A38 and follow signs for Worcester. (You will bypass the Town of Bromsgrove). After going past a Morrisons supermarket, go straight over a newly constructed island (signposted Avoncroft Museum of Buildings), then take your next left into a small lane, (immediately before a pedestrian crossing). The club is situated down the end of the lane, as far as you can drive (past the car park). If you come to the Hanbury Turn pub, you've gone past it...see above!