Kilmarnock and Loudoun Amateur Radio Club
The club's radio callsigns are: GM0ADX, GS0ADX, GM7A, GS7A, MM0KLR and MS0KLR
The relaxation of covid restrictions in Scotland has now allowed us to start meeting at the clubhouse once again. We expect that the clubhouse will be open for those who wish to attend there during each of our main club meetings on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month. We will also continue to use Zoom and on-air nets in the same way as we have been during the pandemic. The 2 main Tuesday meetings each month will be in 'hybrid' format with Members who are at the clubhouse connected via Zoom to Members who prefer to attend online. We may have other meetings at the clubhouse and these will be notified to members via the club email forum. Each Member is free to decide which attendance method is best for them.
Welcome to the Kilmarnock and Loudoun Amateur Radio Club web site. The club was established in 1980 and is affiliated to the Radio Society of Great Britain. Our main meetings, including talks and presentations, are on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm in our clubhouse and on Zoom. On other Tuesdays we have a friendly natter night on Zoom with no fixed agenda. Visitors are always very welcome. If you would like to contact us then please use the contact email address given below. If you would like to make a visit, please check the date of the next Tuesday evening meeting on the calendar below and just turn up.
2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month at 19:30 - Club Meetings with talks in the clubhouse and on Zoom.
Other Tuesdays at 19:30 - Club natter nights using Zoom
Wednesdays and Saturdays at 19:30 - Slow speed CW net on 10m, 28.020 MHz
Sundays at 14:00 - SSB net on 80m, 3.720 MHz
Sundays at 14:30 - CW net on 80m, 3.545 MHz
Sundays at 20:15 - Quiz night FM net on 2m, 145.475 MHz. Please check in from 20:15 for a 20:30 start
2m FM activity - KLARC Members and other radio amateurs from around Ayrshire can sometimes be found on 145.450 MHz
Training - We currently support training activities for all levels of the UK Amateur Radio Examinations. Please contact us by email if you are interested in these training activities.
East Ayrshire Council Internal Transport Depot,
Crookedholm near Kilmarnock, (Map)
You can contact us online by sending an email to email@example.com Please send a message to this email address if you would like to become a member, want to pay membership fees or wish to make a donation and we will let you know how to do this online.
Click here to go to the members online discussion forum (PLEASE NOTE - only club members have access to the forum).
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