Who Should Join Our Club?

Essex CW Amateur Radio Club is for anyone with a passion for Morse Code.   Although the founders were from Essex, England, we welcome members from much further afield.  In fact it would be great to hear from like-minded folk from anywhere in the UK and beyond.

If you are already proficient in CW, then you can join as a full member.  If you aspire to learn CW and become proficient in using it on-air, then please join as an associate member.  There are plenty of people in the club who are able to help you learn and progress with your CW skills and offer advice in how to make the most progress with your learning.

The link on the left allows you to contact us to show interest in membership. 

Essex CW ARC is looking to organise a whole range of CW activities including nets, contest participation e.g. CW NFD, activity weekends, demonstrations at special events, talks and promotion of CW at local radio clubs.  If you are interested in any of these types of activities and could contribute, we would be pleased to hear from you. 

One important area for the club is assisting those who wish to learn CW.  If you fall into this category or can help others with this activity please consider joining us. 

Thank you for visiting our site, please feel free to explore the various sections via the navigation bar on the left of this page.

We look forward to meeting you on-air soon!

Upcoming Events ..

CW Boot Camp, Witham, Saturday 27th October 2018. (see Announcements)

ECWARC Activity Week, 12th - 18th November 2018.

Canvey Rally, Sunday 3rd February 2019.

Upcoming Contests ..

RSGB Autumn Series CW,  8th Oct  2018, 20:00 - 21:30 BST

RSGB 144MHz Marconi, 3rd - 4th November 2018, 14:00 - 14:00 GMT

RSGB Autumn Series CW,  29th Nov  2018, 20:00 - 21:30 GMT

What's Best About Our Club?

The great thing about this club is that it brings together people with a common interest in preserving a fantastic mode of communication, while at the same time consolidating those with the skills to assist others to become proficient.

We hope that people from many other local clubs will decide to join and support this specialist group.