About NWARG

North Wales Amateur Radio Group (NWARG) was formed in December of 2019 by a group of radio amateurs that yearned for a local club that encouraged it’s membership to use all modes of amateur radio, to experiment with radio, to learn about radio and above all to be friendly and supportive of all of it’s members.

The group meets twice a month on a Thursday night at the Northwood Hotel in Rhos on Sea and always welcomes both licensed amateur radio operators and people who have an interest in radio and in particular people who are interested in obtaining an amateur radio license. For more information on obtaining your amateur radio operators license please click on the “Training” link in the menu bar. 

NWARG has two affiliated clubs, Eryri-DX and the North Gwynedd and Anglesey Raynet Group, both of which are open to NWARG members to join. Between NWARG and our affiliated clubs we strive to have regular on air evenings, field trips and special event stations, and interesting talks by either members or invited guests.  

Have questions about Amateur Radio? Well amongst our membership we have a superb talent base and there will almost certainly be a member that can support you in almost every aspect and mode of Amateur Radio.

So why not pop along and see what North Wales Amateur Radio Group can offer you?

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    • Alan Beardow on May 29, 2020 at 12:30 pm
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    I am interested in obtaining a radio licence, but would first like to chat with people who have a great experience in ham radio.

    I have purchased recently a Baofeng UV-5 transceiver. Whilst I am slowly finding my way around how it operates I’ve reached a stage where I am in need of assistance in order to progress within the legal framework of operation. At the moment I’ve just been using the unit as a scanner.

    I appreciate that Corvid-19 has no doubt temporarily put a hold on meetings, but once meetings recommence could you email me the date of the first meeting so that I can attend.

    In the meantime would you let me know what the membership fee is and when and how can I pay it.

    Regards,

    Alan Beardow

    • Ross Waddams on May 29, 2020 at 12:42 pm
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    Martin 2w0nks

    I see you’re the Chairman!

    I’ve had a look round and I must say that this is a website to be proud of. Yes, of course I’d be happy to provide some content for your CW section.

    Speak soon (on CWCOM or email)

    73

    Ross M7RSS (radio) & M9RSS (internet)

    • darren pitman on June 18, 2020 at 12:48 pm
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    Good afternoon I use to attend when you were located in the other place I have now since moved back to England I did all my exams with you my calls were

    Mw3gwv
    2widhp
    MW0DHP
    darren pitman

    I’m trying to get my call sign reallocated but they need to see some sort of candidate number etc

    My address at the time
    *******HIDDEN BY ADMIN*******
    Many thanks

    1. That would have been NWRS not NWARG as we are a new club since November 2019. I have however passed your message to our training officer who may be advises you to contact RSGB and see if they can trace the candidate number. I know some people have had their callsign re-instated by providing a year book entry so maybe that would be worth investigating too.
      Regards
      Martin
      2W0NKS
      Chairman NWARG

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