Kilmarnock and Loudoun Amateur Radio Club

The club's radio callsigns are: GM0ADX, GS0ADX, GM7A, MM0KLR and MS0KLR

The Board of KLARC has decided that, due to the advice on coronavirus issued by the Scottish Government on 16 March 2020, we must suspend all normal face-to-face meetings and activities whilst this advice is in force. Meetings will not resume until the situation changes.

For the duration of these unusual circumstances, Members and friends are invited to join the following online meetings and on air nets:

2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month at 19:30 - Club Meetings with talks using Zoom

Other Tuesdays at 19:30 - Club natter nights using Zoom

Sundays at 14:00 - SSB net on 3.720 MHz +/- QRM then QSY to 3.540 MHz +/- QRM at approximately 14:30 for CW net

Sundays at 19:15 - Quiz night FM net on 2m, 145.475 MHz. Please check in from 19:15 for a 19:30 start

Training courses - We are currently running training activities for all levels of the UK Amateur Radio Examinations online using Zoom. Please contact us by email if you are interested in these training courses.


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. On other Tuesdays we have a friendly natter night 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.

East Ayrshire Council Internal Transport Depot,

Crookedholm near Kilmarnock, (Map)

KA3 6JS.

You can contact us online by sending an email to

Click here to go to the members online discussion forum (PLEASE NOTE - only club members have access and you need to use a Google account to login).

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