Your introduction to the World of Radio
Amateur radio is a popular technical hobby and volunteer public service that uses designated radio frequencies for non-commercial exchange of messages, wireless experimentation, self-training, and emergency communications. Amateur Radio is the only hobby governed by international treaty.
WARC - firmly in the 21st Century
The club boasts excellent up to date facilities with full access to the Grappenhall community centre. The club has a well equipped shack with state of the art radio equipment for the members to use.
Technology, Training and Advancement
The club is a registered exam centre and runs amateur radio training courses for beginners through to advanced. We regularly run electronics and technology workshops in our well equipped club house.
2014 Norbreck Rally – Sun, April 6th.
The 52nd Norbreck Amateur Radio, Electronics and Computing Exhibition will be held at the Norbreck Castle Hotel Exhibition Centre on Queens Promenade, North Shore, Blackpool, FY2 9AA.
WARC - Looking to the future
Many people become Amateur Radio operators because of their interest in radio technology and experimentation, here at WARC we encourage our members to embrace new technologies. The club will, within its means fund the purchase of equipment and help with training on emerging tech.
Welcome to Warrington Amateur Radio Club
What can Amateur Radio do for me?
Employers in the high technology industries often seek people who combine the theoretical understanding of electronics with the practical ability to “make it happen”. By becoming a radio amateur, and with the right interest, a lifetime of personal growth lies ahead in the field of electronics and radio communication. Many people today owe career development to their first steps in amateur radio. Why don’t YOU consider joining the many thousands who are developing their skills every day through this fascinating hobby?