SOUTH NOTTS AMATEUR RADIO CLUB

A Radio Society of Great Britain affiliated club

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About our club

HISTORY OF THE CLUB

The club was founded in 1990 by students and instructors on a RAE course being run at the Fairham Community College in Clifton Notts. Over the years it has met at a pub and various community centres. The club shack at the Fairham College was demolished in 2003 and the club moved to its present venue at Green's Mill in Nottingham.

EQUIPMENT

The club owns an TS590SG, an FT840, and an FT897D radios, Palstar AT1KM Matching Unit, and power supply units. We have a range of fixed aerials and "specials" which can be rigged for weekends.

TRAINING

We offer training on club nights to members at the 3 licence levels.

Meeting times

We meet on Wednesday evenings from 7.00pm to 9.00pm. Visitors are welcome on club nights. Please note access to the Club is at the top of Belvoir Hill. Information on the mill and how to get there are at www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk