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WTARC are taking part in the St. Patrick day celebrations on Thursday 17th March 2014.

The club will be running a special event station using the call sign GB1SPD. We will be situated at the QTH of club member Ian Morrow MI1CCU.

Address details are all here http://www.qrz.com/db/MI1CCU

We will have radios and antennas erected. We will be operating on HF, VHF/UHF, Echo Link and Digital Modes.

The club will be operating from 10am till late, on the 16th,17th and18th of March.

If you are interested or would like to see and hear amateur radio in operation then this is your opportunity.

Club members will be there to answer any questions regarding amateur radio and explain all aspects of the hobby.

A special QSL card is being designed for the event; all contacts will receive the special QSL card.
Our local Town information:
Around 17,280 people live in Omagh town and the town is now, with the exception of Derry/Londonderry, the second largest town in the west of Northern Ireland. It is the County town of Tyrone. Located where the Camowen and Drumragh rivers come together to form the Strule, the town is said to owe its origins to an abbey founded in 792 AD.
Omagh is situated 70 miles from Belfast and 34 miles from Derry/Londonderry and is the perfect launch pad to explore the beauty of the local countryside and an ideal stopover for visitors travelling to and from the Republic of Ireland.

http://www.omagh.gov.uk

http://www.struleartscentre.co.uk

http://www.wtarc.org.uk



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