Amateur Radio is a communications hobby for all; young and old, male and female, technical and not-so-technical.
Amateur Radio combines radio communication, computing and electronics to become a hobby that attracts lots of different people for different reasons.
Some people like talking to others, others like to experiment with computers and link them together over thousands of miles and share messages, images and files. Some folk like to build circuits and test their skills in getting something to work, whilst others like to perform community tasks (such as emergency and security communications) using radio.
Regardless of what you're interests are, Amateur Radio has something to offer most people. And contrary to popular misconception, it needn't be an expensive hobby. Just £20 gets you on the air and talking to other Amateur Radio enthusiasts around the world.
Amateur Radio is enjoyed by youngsters around the world; the UK even has it's own Youth Committee looking after their affairsRead More