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About MKARS

MKARS was founded in 1958. Our membership includes many experienced radio amateurs who can often help newcomers with advice and practical assistance. Our hobby is diverse and you will find that most members specialise in particular aspects of it. If you need information on any radio related subject please ask and members of the Club will be more than happy to help you.

Members are kept up to date via our web forum and during our evening meetings. We also maintain this web site which you can visit for updates.

The club currently meets at TS Invincible which is based on the famous Bletchley Park site. We meet on the first and third Monday of each month from 7pm (see the calendar for details).

Our committee is elected during October of each year and is responsible for running the club on behalf of the membership. The committee considers feedback, and particularly new ideas from the membership, to be extremely valuable. Please be prepared to assist in the implementation of any ideas and ongoing events.

Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to ask any member of the Committee.

Membership Fees and Payment:

To pay your membership please use the facility on the right hand side of this page.

To find out more about membership fees and how to pay them please click here.

MKARS Membership Membership Information about how to become a member of MKARS and the fees involved.

Further Information:

MKARS Club History Club History The history of MKARS by David (G3ZPA) updated by Mike (G3LFR) The MKARS Special Event Station GB2BP GB2BP GB2BP is one of the special event stations operated by MKARS

Visiting MKARS:

For more information on visiting MKARS please check the Contact us page.

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