News for England North – 12 May 2024

| May 10, 2024

Barnsley and District Amateur Radio Club has a meeting from 7pm every Wednesday. On Thursday, there will be a net on 144.5625MHz FM from 7pm. On Sundays, members have a meeting and social evening from 7pm. David, G4TMZ,

Bishop Auckland Radio Amateur Club will be meeting at the Village Hall, Stanley Crook on Thursday evening from 7.30pm. Please visit the Club’s website via for more details.

All amateurs are welcome to join in with Bury Radio Society’s nets on 144.550MHz FM at 6pm on Sundays, and at 8pm on Thursdays.

On Saturdays and Sundays, Central Lancashire Amateur Radio Club has a net on 1.938MHz from 11am. On Thursdays, the Club has a net on 433.425MHz FM from 8pm. Nonie, G3TNN,

On Sundays, Durham and District Amateur Radio Society has a net on 50.575MHz from 7pm. The net moves to 70.350MHz at 7pm on Monday. The Society meets every Wednesday from 6.30pm. On Saturdays, the net is held on 145.425MHz from 7pm.

On Tuesday, East Ardsley Radio Society is having an on-the-air night from 6.30pm. On Thursday there will be an operating and social evening from 6.30pm.

On Sunday evenings, East Cleveland Amateur Radio Club joins the open Teesside Net around 145.425MHz from 8 to 9pm.

On Sundays, Gilmore and North West Morse Radio Club has a CW net on 144.064MHz from 3pm. Today, 12 May 2024 there will be a CW net on 28.080MHz from 7.30pm. Next Sunday, the 19 May, there will be a CW net on 50.080MHz from 7.30pm. Heth, M6HNS, 0773 503 6267

Halifax and District Amateur Radio Society holds regular evening nets from Monday to Thursday starting at 7pm. Full details of these and all club events can be found on the Society’s website. The Society meets on Tuesday evenings from 7pm. Max Townend, G4SDX,

On Wednesday, Hambleton Amateur Radio Society is meeting at the Mencap Centre in Northallerton from 7.30pm.

Hartlepool Amateur Radio Club meets on a Friday evening at the Hartlepool Scout Centre, 236 Stockton Road, Hartlepool, TS25 1JW from 7 to 9pm. The Club welcomes anyone with an interest in amateur radio. Help with preparation for amateur radio exams is available and the Club is registered for those wishing to take amateur radio exams. New members are welcome. For more information, contact Stan, G7VGM at

On Monday, Hornsea Amateur Radio Club has nets on 1.869MHz using CW from 8pm, and SSB from 8.30pm. On Wednesday, members are meeting to plan for National Field Day. On Friday, there will be a net around 145.450MHz from 8pm. John, G3XYF,

On Sundays, Houghton-Le-Spring Amateur Radio Club takes part in the North East Net on 50.575MHz FM from 7pm. Also on Sundays, the Club has an SSTV net from 8pm on 144.700MHz FM. On Monday, Wednesday and Friday there will be Morse tuition and practice from 8pm on 144.700MHz FM. On Mondays, there is a CW net on 144.060MHz from 8.30pm. On Tuesday there is a meeting from 6pm at Dubmire Royal British Legion Club in Fencehouses. Thursday sees the 2m vertically-polarised net on 144.260MHz USB from 7pm. On Friday, there is a net on 145.450MHz FM, for general chat, from 9pm. Saturday sees the North East Net on 145.450MHz FM from 7pm. George, M5GHT, 07709 987 876

On Monday, Hull and District Amateur Radio Society has a net via the GB3HS repeater from 7.30pm. The Society’s Thursday net is on 145.325MHz FM from 7.30pm.

Meetings of The Isle of Man Amateur Radio Society continue at the club shack in Ballasalla. HF nets are temporarily suspended due to storm damage. Regular nets are on the GB3IM repeater network after the 4pm GB2RS News bulletin and talk-in Wednesday nights at 6.40pm on the GB3IM repeater. The Sunday nets are on 3.715MHz at 9.30am and 7.115MHz at 10pm. Club news and events are on the Society’s website and Facebook page. On Friday 24 May, Brian King will be giving a talk entitled ‘Diving on the Mary Rose’ from 8pm at the Isle of Man Yacht Club.

On Monday, members of Macclesfield and District Radio Society will be enjoying a satellite activity at South Park. See for more information. Greg, M0TXX,

On Tuesday, members of Maltby and District Amateur Radio Society are meeting online from 7pm. Wednesday sees a meeting at Thrybergh from 10am. On Friday there will be a club night at Centenary Hall, Bateman Road, Hellaby. For more information visit

On Monday, Merseyside Amateur Radio Society is meeting for a natter night.

On Sundays, Otley Amateur Radio Society has a net on 145.450MHz from 7pm. On Tuesday, members are meeting at Clifton Village Hall from 7.30pm. Friday sees a net on 144.350MHz SSB from 7pm.

On Tuesdays and Thursdays, Pontefract and District Amateur Radio Society meets at The Grange, Carleton Community Centre from 7.30pm. Nigel G0BPK,

Quantum Amateur Radio and Technology Society is holding its AGM on Thursday.

South Cheshire Amateur Radio Society meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month. Visit for more information.

On Tuesday, South Manchester Radio Club has its net on 145.475MHz from 8pm. On Thursday, members are meeting for a discussion on antenna traps.

Spen Valley Amateur Radio Society meets on the first and third Thursdays of each month at the Old Bank Club, Mirfield, from 8pm. Malcolm, 2E0IOX,

On Sundays, Stockport Radio Society has a net on 145.375MHz from 10.30am. On Tuesday, there will be a net on 51.550MHz from 7.30pm. Wednesday sees the club net on 145.375MHz from 2pm. On Thursday there will be a net via GB3MR, and Webex, from 7.30pm. Members will be meeting at Walthew House from 10am on Saturday.

Tomorrow, the 13 May, Thornton Cleveleys Amateur Radio Society will be taking part in the 80m Club Championship. For more information visit

Warrington Amateur Radio Club has Solder Sunday every week from 2pm. On Tuesday, members are meeting from 8pm in their clubroom and via Zoom. On Thursday, members will be meeting for a coffee morning at 10am. Dave, G8KBB,

On Monday, Wearside Electronics and Amateur Radio Society will be meeting from 6pm at Herrington 2nd Scout Headquarters, Crow lane, Herrington, Sunderland. The Society has a fully-dedicated shack with HF, 6m, 2m and 70cm equipment, as well as C4FM and DMR digital modes. Tea and coffee are available as well as disabled access and toilet facilities.

On Tuesday, Wirral Amateur Radio Society is having a natter night from 7pm. Wednesday sees a technical night from 7pm. On Saturdays and Sundays, the Society is on the air between 10am and 3pm.

Wirral Peninsula Amateur Radio Club meets at Unit 18 Peninsula Business Park, Moreton from 7pm every Wednesday and Friday.

York Radio Club has an AM net on 144.550MHz at 8.30pm on Tuesday. Wednesday sees a club net via the GB3HG repeater from 8pm. On Thursday there will be a club night from 8pm.

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