Welcome to Bury Radio Society.
The Bury Radio Society was formed in 1938 and is affiliated with the Radio Society of Great Britain.
Our members range from those who are just starting out in amateur radio to those who have decades of practical experience.
Lynda ( Chair ) presenting Alan ( G4FZP ) with our G2DPL award for services during 2022.
Tuesday 15th of November was a talk on Inductors and Capacitors with laurence G4KLT and Alan G4FZP
On a recent trip to America Alan G4FZP met with Jim W6NIF and Perry K6XJ from Fresno Amateur Radio Club in Clovis, California.
On behalf of their club they send greetings to all in Bury Radio Society.
Soldering Evening on the 27th of September overseen by Alan G4FZP.
2mtr and 7ocms Contest
The contests are the 1st and 2nd. Tuesday of the month.
( First tuesday. 2m. usb. Anne will be in the chair 2e0lmd. 2nd Tuesday of the month 70cm. usb 2e0lkc me Mark )
How good is your power supply..by Alan G4FZP
Former Tuesday’s talk, 23rd of August.
Alan G4FZP giving a talk on shack safety in general.
Lynda G6QA ( GQ6QA this month ) explaining our entry into the RSGB Brickworks programme of events.
Above is our visit to Prestwich Clough this weekend on Sunday the 22nd of May.
Alan G4FZP giving another great chat on Tuesday the 10th on Urban Aerials.
This week at the club Alan G4FZP gave a talk on his recent restoration of an Eddystone 640 shortwave receiver from 1947. Images below of the evening.
Lynda G6QA starting the Morse night’s chat.
A selection of morse keys on the night.
Members enjoying the evening.
Thanks to all who worked G3BRS on 2m. Hope to work you with G3BRS in the future..
Our last talk by Lawrence (G4KLT) on “How to properly make RF connectors” a few weeks ago.
Laurence explaining the differencies between various connectors.
We will be hosting a new venue from this evening 15th of February 2022.
More info on page two at the bottom of this page.