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Talk at Norfolk Amateur Radio Club Thank you very much for agreeing to give a talk to Norfolk Amateur Radio Club Unless otherwise advised the club meets in the sixth form centre of City of Norwich School in Eaton Road, Norwich, NR4 6PP, which is just off Newmarket Road and is the main road into Norwich from A11. We meet from 19:00 – 21:30 and talks usually start straight after notices at 19.45 and should last no longer than 60 minutes please – from experience we find the audience gets restless and start needing to use the toilet etc if much longer. This also gives plenty of time for members to come and meet and ask questions afterwards as well as everyone packing up as we have to be clear of our venue by 21:30 sharp. If you have any problems or delays on the day please contact our Chairman David G7URP on 07768 724485 or Vice Chairman Kevin on 07747 025823. To enable us to promote your visit effectively and help us make everything straightforward on the day please could you complete the form below and submit it to us as soon as possible.

Details of your talk

Expenses

So we can budget & pay promptly NARC offer pre agreed expenses at the following rates which we need to know in advance.


Local=Local-medium distance (up to 75 miles from Norwich, ie 150 miles round trip) we pay 25p per mile.
Long=Long distance (over 75 miles from Norwich), we pay up to £100 total for combined travel and/or hotel.

Suggested Hotels if traveling via Train is the
Travellodge Norwich Riverside,
8 - 12 Vedast Street,
Norwich
NR1 1BT,
Sat nav postcode: NR1 1BT
Tel: 08719 846438,
or by Road

Travellodge Cringleford.
Thickthorn Service Area,
A11 / A47 Interchange,
Norwich Southern Bypass,
Norwich NR9 3AU,
Sat nav postcode: NR9 3AU
Tel: 08719 846205

Please book the Hotel / Transport yourself and we will reimburse as required.

Please Select Local or Long and complete your expected expense in the field below.

Facilities required A microphone & PA will be provided

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NARC Training 2019

Training is very important to us as we realise that is how new people can come into the hobby and attain their Foundation, Intermediate and Advance Amateur Radio licenses.

The Syllabus and Exams for all levels is changing significantly from August 2019 and so like many other clubs we need to take a break from running courses from August to give us time to research, prepare and plan courses based on all three levels for 2020. However we will be running three courses before August; A Foundation course in April, an Intermediate course from March - May and another Foundation course in June - July. So if you would like to take either of these exams with NARC in 2019 you need to book your place as soon as possible by emailing Exam Secretary David G7URP: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.