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Welcome,to the Prudential Amateur Radio Society's web site.Here you can find out about us, a hobby for some, for others a way of life in the field of communications.The nucleus was formed when an inauguural Station was activated from the Prudential Head Office on Sunday 6th August 1978 in the upper reaches of this large redish building located at Holborn Bars London EC1N 2NH with the special call sign GB3PRU and aerials on the roof.The callsign G8PRU was applied for and granted 1st November 1978.It was not until the 1982 that enough other licenced amateurs within the Prudential Group were located with a wait for callsigns G0PRU and G0PPS in August 1991.

The Society is open to all current, retired and pensioned employees of the Prudential Group of companies with licenced callsigns together with any Short Wave Listener's on a world wide basis.

For further inform please contact our Membership Secretary David D Dyer G4DNX "The Burlington" 85 Queens Road,Felixstowe,Suffolk.IP11 7PE. Tele:01394 276034.
We are also shown in the RSGB UK and Ireland Call Yearbook for National Affiliated Clubs & Societies.This important publication is available to all from the RSGB

Aditional information is available from the Secretary Dennis K Egan GW4XKE who is QTHR in the RSGB Yearbook

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