We organise two
Rallies each year.
The Red Rose Winter Rally
February, and the Red Rose Summer Rally in August. Both are popular events in the area and attract
amateurs from as far afield as the south coast. They have a wide variety of services to amateurs including a very popular Bring and Buy
to the West Manchester Radio Club website. Here we hope to provide
you with an insight into the day to day activities of our club, which is based North West of the city of Manchester and is a registered satellite centre for the RSGB examinations.
Take a look at our Constitution Here, and our history Here.
-- Meet us at our next Rally - Red Rose summer 2021 --
Manchester Radio Club is situated 11 miles North West of Manchester
not far from the East Lancashire Road (A580). To get directions
to the club or to view a map then click here.
We are located at Astley and Tyldesley Miners Welfare Club, Meanley
Road Gin Pit Village, Astley Manchester M29 7DW. We meet every Thursday evening from 19:45.
To contact us by email adminQRM@wmrc.co.uk
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Want to know whats going
on in the WMRC? Then take a look in here, special event stations
barbecues, bowling, open days,etc etc etc. Please note the diary
dates will be available after the 1st March each year.
With great sadness, we have to announce that Arthur G0OHY became a silent key on 31st August.
He was an essential and very active member of West Manchester Radio Club and always at the core of all our activities. His 'first up the mast' attitude helped spur on the activity at our members outdoor events.
His 2m activity on S23 is legendary.
Amateurs astounded at the performance he achieved with his equipment. His anicdotes from his billboard days facinated and his geographical knowledge was like having satellite navigation on your ham radio.
Rest well good friend. Difficult shoes to fill.
TX Factor is a brand new series of high definition TV shows covering all aspects of the hobby which is amateur radio. A professionally produced programme presented by radio amateurs for radio amateurs.
Information available for the propagation condition
for 2 metres and higher. For those interested in tropospheric ducting in Europe.
Other regions may be selected.
A lot of new amateurs don't know
who their QSL manager is. Check it out here
The aim of this project is to reliably and inexpensively link amateur radio systems without the use of RF links, leased lines or satellites. IRLP uses Voice-over-IP (VoIP) custom software and hardware.
Do you want to send an electronic
e-QSL to someone then visit their site by clicking the link
The West Manchester
Radio Club is a recognised satellite centre for the RSGB, we
have members who are willing and able to get you up to speed
to take your examination.
- Monthly Contest Guide
- Make New Friends.
Last years IARU contest results
have been published take a look here
We are a friendly
bunch, and we meet from 19:45 every Thursday
at Astley & Tyldesley Miners Welfare Club, Meanley Road,
Gin Pit Village, Astley Manchester M29 7DW. To see a map or get directions
then click Here