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Welcome to MKARS the Milton Keynes Amateur Radio Society.

With over 50 years of history and 100 members MKARS is one of the largest amateur radio clubs in Britain. Please feel free to visit us on our club nights or at any of the events in our diary.

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MKARS 2015 Rally

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Longueville Hall
HammondPark
Whaddon Road
Newton Longville
Milton Keynes MK17 0AT

VHF NFD 2015 Results

                                             G8MKC/P

       Overall 3rd in the MS Section    Runner Up  144mhz.  3rd  432mhz.                              

                                          1st 1296mhz.

       Well done to all who operated and helped make the results possible

Bring and Show

An opportunity to bring along your pet project, interesting item or intriguing radio. Open to anything that you think people might be interested in.

Dunstable Kite Festival

***** NOW CANCELLED, SORRY ******

 

The Weather is looking far too wet for this, sorry.

Intermediate Training course

An Intermediate training course is planned for a September start. If you are interested in taking the course please go to our training section for more information

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Antarctica faces propagation and weather - Saturday report

The much anticipated VI0ANZAC activated by Doug VK0DMV as part of the WIA ANZAC 100 program, made a number of first day contacts including those with Australia

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Ham radio repeaters destroyed by wildfire

Two Central Washington repeaters, owned and operated by the Lake Chelan Amateur Radio Club, have been destroyed by one of the wildfires raging in that state

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Senator thanks radio amateurs

WLOX TV News reports Sen. Roger Wicker has thanked ham radio operators for their lifesaving role during Hurricane Katrina

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