Rally Info

MKARS Rally Information

Milton Keynes Amateur Radio Society
2018 Rally

Sunday 26th August 2018

The Irish Centre, Manor Fields, Watling Street, Bletchley, MK2 2HX
(Opposite Dobbies Garden Centre - see map below)

ENTRANCE FEE £3.00 - FREE PARKING

The Milton Keynes Amateur Radio Society (MKARS) annual radio rally is to be held at this superb new location, which has excellent modern facilities together with free on site parking, catering and disabled facilities.

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC FROM 9AM

The new venue is located on the edge of Fenny Stratford on Watling Street.

From M1 Junction 13 - 7 miles (approx. 16 mins)
From M1 Junction 14 - 6.4 miles (approx. 15 mins) 
Follow MKARS signs from the A5 roundabout Fenny Stratford 

TALK IN ON 145.550MHZ (S22)

Indoor trade stalls, club stall, electronics components tools and accessories. Antenna and rigging hardware, computer and electronics surplus.

TRADER/EXHIBITOR ENQUIRIES

Outdoor pitches are available from £15 (£10 if pre-booked a week or more in advance) or indoor tables at £15 (pre-book only). Special interest groups (not trading/selling) FOC outdoors subject to prior approval by MKARS. Please email rally@mkars.org.uk for a booking form or call/text Francis (2E0FMK) on 07866 673 192.

For up to the minute information you can follow us on twitter @mkars_rally !

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