HASTINGS ELECTRONICS AND RADIO CLUB
A Radio Society of Great Britain affiliated club

Welcome

HASTINGS ELECTRONICS & RADIO CLUB (HERC)

VISIT OUR NEW SITE WITH FURTHER UP TO DATE INFORMATION
http://www.herc-hastings.org.uk/

Hastings has been popular with visitors since 1066! Visitors are still most welcome to our monthly meetings. (Click on "Events" for details)

These are an opportunity to meet like-minded people for a friendly and informal evening to:
chat or get advice on a radio or electronics problem
see new technology or restoration of old equipment
enjoy a lecture or a practical demonstration by either a club member or a visiting speaker on radio, electronics, computer or other technical topic.

Members' interests range from VLF to 1.3GHz ATV, QRP to DX, home-build to vintage restoration, digital modes, RAYNET and Foxhunts - there really is something for everyone. Members receive the club's magazine, Vital Spark, each month.

We also provide training for all 3 levels of amateur radio licence and have an active programme to advertise the fun of amateur radio to schools and our local community.

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM available from http://www.sigord.co.uk/VS/Application.pdf

(Please note the club has nothing whatsoever to do with any website attempting to market or trade under its name)

More about Hastings Electronics and Radio Club

RadCom

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Training - How to get your Licence More

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Morse Code

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About amateur radio

Amateur radio is one of the world's most popular hobbies with more than 50,000 active hams in Britain alone. For more info about amateur radio, visit the Radio Society of Great Britain's website - www.rsgb.org.uk

Latest events

01 January to 31 December

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