Highfields Amateur Radio Club Cardiff

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Highfields Amateur Radio Club @ Cardiff

Highfields Amateur Radio Club.  The club has a  well appointed “Radio Shack” and regular training courses are held  to  obtaining a Amateur Radio Licence and progress from the Foundation stage to the Intermediate and then the Advanced for the full licence.

The clubs radio call signs are GW4LFO and GW8NP.

People are most welcome to come along to one of their meetings to see for yourself what they are about, just turn up, there is no obligation to join!

Highfields Amateur Radio Club Cardiff

Highfields Amateur Radio Club Meetings:

Meetings on Tuesdays   from  7 p.m. until 9 p.m. at:

Rhiwbina Recreation Club
Lon Y Dail
Cardiff
CF14 6EA

They say feel free to drop in and see us to see what the club is about and to take a look at our “Ham Radio Shack” .

If you decide to become a member of our club you are also free to use  the Bar facilities at the Rhiwbina Recreation Club.

The Late Mr Cyril Parsons GW8NP.

I remember Mr Parsons very well and as the president of the RSGB so many years ago now. I attended the RSGB function and spoke with him in Tondu, Nr Bridgend and it was a night to remember well attended to say the least, totally full. Cyril GW8NP then made the presentation for different awards and a great night was had by all.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhiwbina

Rhiwbina (Welsh: Rhiwbeina) is a suburb and community in the north of Cardiff, the capital of Wales. Formerly a small hamlet within the parish of Whitchurch, Rhiwbina was developed throughout the twentieth century, and is now a separate ward. It retains aspects of its former character, however, and is given a Welsh village appearance by Beulah United Reformed Church (originally Capel Beulah) at the village crossroads.

Modern Rhiwbina, which includes the Garden Village, Wenallt Hill, Rhiwbina Hill, Rhydwaedlyd and the Llanishen Fach and Pantmawr developments, is bordered by the suburbs of Whitchurch (Yr Eglwys Newydd) to the west, Llanishen to the east, and Birchgrove (Llwynbedw) to the south. To the north is the border with Caerphilly. The area is served by Rhiwbina railway station on the Coryton Line.