Main Club Night:
Every Friday from 20:00 onwards.
Our main club night is always a well attended event with regular speakers from within and outside of the Club. These evenings are also used to plan special event stations, dicuss technical and not-so-technical matters and operate the Club’s radio equipment.
A charge of £2.50 towards the cost of room hire is payable each week. Tea, coffee and biscuits are available free of charge. All are most welcome to attend.
The building is all on one level, is accessible by a ramp and has an accessible toilet. Disabled parking spaces are available.
Every Wednesday from 10:30 onwards.
A small group meets during the week in the club’s permanent shack to operate the club’s radio equipment, socialise and even udertake the odd technical experimentation! Tea and coffee is available, we just ask for a contribution towards this. Space is limited at this meeting, but all are welcome.
The Club shack is all on the ground floor and access to it outside of the main Friday evening is along a very short gravel pathway with a single, small step into the building. Assistance will always be available from other members. Disabled parking and an accessible toilet remain available.
Wednesday coffee mornings are coordinated by Barrie, G4AHK and occasionally do not take place. It is advisable to get in touch via our Contact Page if this is your first time coming along.
Bromsgrove & District Amateur Radio Club
Avoncroft Arts Centre
From the South (M5 J5):
Approaching Bromsgrove from Wychbold and Upton Warren, stay on the A38 past Webbs Garden Centre. After some distance, take the second exit to stay on the A38 at the small roundabout as you climb the hill (don’t head into Bromsgrove town centre). Cross the traffic lights at the Hanbury Turn pub, then in approx 200 yards turn right into a small lane, (immediately after a pedestrian crossing). The club is situated down the end of the lane, there is ample parking to the left at the end of the drive. If you come to a Morrisons supermarket, you’ve gone past it… see below!
From the North (M42 J1/M5 J4):
Approaching Bromsgrove from A38 Birmingham, Northfield or Rubery, stay on the A38 and follow signs for Worcester – you will bypass the town of Bromsgrove. After going past a Morrisons supermarket, take the second exit to go straight over a roundabout (signposted Worcester A38), then take your next left into a small lane, immediately before a pedestrian crossing. The club is situated down the end of the lane, there is ample parking to the left at the end of the drive. If you come to the Hanbury Turn pub, you’ve gone past it… see above!