A Radio Society of Great Britain affiliated club


Our next monthly club meeting is on Tuesday 14th June 2016 @ 7.00 pm.

The Plymouth Radio Club has been in existence for over 90 years. It is understood, that the very first meeting took place over a Mutley Plain radio shop in Plymouth during the 1920,s. However, it was re-formed in 2004 and in its current form has gone from strength to strength with an ever expanding and diverse membership.

Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month, unless otherwise stated. Commencing: 7.00 pm.

We meet at the Oak Villa Social Club, Situated in Ferndale Road, Weston Mill, Plymouth,
PL2 2EL.

If your travelling on the A38 Parkway. Take the A3064 slip road to the Devonport Naval Base. Look for the Camels Head Fire Station {on your left}. At the traffic lights turn left into Ferndale Road, and turn left once more into the large car park behind the fire station. Walk straight up the steps through the double doors and your there.

New members are always welcome from all age groups and professions.
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Plymouth Radio Club has a mandate to further the cause of amateur radio "...for the purpose of self training in communication by radio telecommunications..." as it states on the amateur radio license. In the case of the Plymouth Radio Club however we are here not only to concentrate on the hobby but also to provide a forum for radio amateurs, 'short wave listeners' and their partners from the Plymouth area and beyond to meet and to socialise. We have a great hobby and hopefully the information in this site will be of use to existing members and visitors alike.

Plymouth Radio Club has adopted St Luke's Hospice has it's chosen charity

Last update: Sunday 29th May 2016.
The website is maintained and updated by: Robert Goodall {2E0ITN}.
Tele: 07732 121095.

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