Next Meeting 15 August at 1900.
This will be a club meeting oriented towards fault finding and construction.  Please feel free to bring along any equipment which needs attention.  This is an opportunity to share and acquire expertise.

VHF Field Day
Those who came will remember that we had a fun day on the VHF field day. Many thanks to all who came and helped to prepare the event. There are photos of the clubs table top sale and of the VHF Field day here.

Foundation Course.
As you may know we want to run another foundation course fairly soon so if you know anyone who wants to take the course please let us know as soon as possible.  Meanwhile are efforts to erect a new aerial at the clubhouse have given a whole new meaning to fondation instruction.  Photos of our completely new foundation  methods are available here.

John Burrel has sent us some very useful link with regard to propogation conditions.  Please check them out.

Heavens Above Website          Solar System Data           Space Weather Service

New Shack Pictures Here
We have started the shacks section with pictures from Philip and Pete.  In view of the security questions raised by John G8OXZ we are only identifying them by the first name of the owner.  Hopefully this will make you more confident about sending pictures.  Please let us have some more shack pictures.

Change to Club Net.
We have decided to extend the net with a second session on Sundays at 1930.  Look forward to hearing you all then.  Frequencies are the same 144.515 FM and 432.525 FM

The minutes of the committe meetings will now be published on this site in the club documents section

Welcome to Banbury Amateur Radio Society

We meet regularly on the first and third Wednesday of each month for general club meetings and on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month for contruction projects. On the occasions where there is a fifth Wednesday in the month there is no meeting.

 We meet at 169 Bloxham Road, Banbury, OX16 9JU. The clubhouse is at the bottom of the garden. Go through the side gate and walk down the garden. We have a wide range of radio equipment and aerials which club members can use.

We are an informal group and always ready to welcome new members to the club. Come along and give us a try. We run courses for each of the levels of amateur licence when we have enough applicants.  We have three qualified instructors and a huge amount of experience within our membership all of whom will be willing to help you get whatever licence for which you are aiming.