Visiting Again with the Denby Dale Amateur Radio Society

Have you ever been invited to visit with a group of radio amateurs and just felt like you’d dropped in at home? I’ve had the pleasure of that a few times. One of those groups is the Denby Dale Amateur Radio Society in England. Their Chairperson is Nick Bradley G4IWO. He’s invited me to natter about with the DDARS several times over the past couple of years. Last week, I spoke to them about my RadCom articles with Dr. Scott McIntosh that appeared this summer.

The talk is now on their Youtube Channel below. I hope they get back soon to meeting in Pie Hall, where they are served pie and peas. After all, Denby Dale is the home of the world’s largest meat pie! If the pie is as welcoming as the group that typically meets there, it’s very good indeed!

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One Response to “Visiting Again with the Denby Dale Amateur Radio Society”

  • Bill G4ERVERV:

    Denby Dale Amateur Radio Society are a fantastic club and I occasionally attend their Zoom meetings. They are friendly and always make you welcome. They are too far for me to attend in person as I am in Bournemouth on the South Coast of the UK. I have given a Zoom talk on Lithium Battery Technology some time ago.
    I really recommend having a look at their talks.
    Bill – G4ERV

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