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The RSGB Convention returns as an in-person event this year on 8th & 9th October at Kents Hill Conference Centre.

You can choose your favourite talks from over 50 over the weekend and there are also opportunities to meet Special Interest Groups as well as take any of the license exams and other social events including a Gala Dinner on the Saturday evening where NARC will be reserving a table or two (see below). Many years ago this was just an HF Convention but now it covers most bands, aspects and modes in the hobby right up into GHz. 

You can go just for the day from £15 or stay all weekend with many accomodation and meal options available but note that everything must be prebooked (while available!). Under 21's get free entry on either or both days although under 16's need to have a responsible adult accompanying them.

To find out more or book visit rsgb.org/convention

Booking deadline October 2nd!

 

Going to the Dinner?

If you plan to attend the Gala Dinner on the Saturday evening then you may like to join other NARC members on one of our reserved tables. First you need to book your dinner as above and then email Andy M0NKR at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with name(s) and callsign(s) for the table and he will arrange reserved places on the NARC Table(s).

 

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• Facebook Live:
www.facebook.com/norfolkamateurradioclub/

• BATC Streaming service:
www.batc.org.uk/live/NARC

23/11 "The design and operation of the Titanic's radio” with Fred VE1FA

7/12  "Spaceweather" - Talk by Rob AD0IU

Plus nets every Monday:
19.30: Monday night VHF net on GB3NB
20.30: CW Net on 3.543MHz

NARC @ CNS


16/11 Xmas light workshop and Bright Sparks!

30/11 Social informal at CNS

14/12 NARC Christmas Party - details to follow

 

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NARC are afflitated to the RSGB
Regional and National Winners of Club of the Year 2015

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Lottery funding enabled NARC to purchase direction finding equipment for training, competitions and as a fun family introduction to amateur radio

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Club meetings

 CLUB MEETINGS - NARC Live!

During the current Covid-19 pandemic when the club cannot physically meet, the club now broadcasts its own magazine show NARC Live! every Wednesday with news, features and guests.
It is streamed online live from 19.30 BST at the following places:

• Facebook Live:
www.facebook.com/norfolkamateurradioclub/

• BATC Streaming service:
www.batc.org.uk/live/NARC

The club meets virtually every Wednesday throughout the year in the sixth form centre of the City of Norwich School, Eaton Road, Norwich, NR4 6PP from 1900-2130.

We welcome anyone of any age, gender or ability and who enjoys experimenting with radio and electronics to come and meet us and see what we do in our hobby.

Please see above ONLINE tab for details of the club programme and below this piece for contacts of club official.

WATCHING PREVIOUS NARC LIVE's...

If you missed a NARC Live we now we record most shows in the studio and upload them to Youtube within 2 days. So you can watch almost any previous recorded NARC Live show by going to YouTube, searching for "Norfolk ARC", click on Videos and choose the programme you want to watch. https://www.youtube.com/c/norfolkamateurradio/videos