Monday 21st June - Summer Solstice Portable
Join us for an evening of portable radio and socialising at the beach. Directions can be found on our Facebook group page and also via email to all members.
Special Events 2021
The following QSL cards are for three of our planned special event stations for 2021.
GB0CBC (Cadeirlan Bangor Cathedral)
Saturday 11th September 2021
For Churches and Chapels on the Air (CHOTA)
Introduction to our Online Full Licence Training Course
On Monday 9th April, we shall be holding a Zoom session to Introduce our Online Full Licence Training Course.
This is open to members and friends of Dragon ARC.
The session will be held on Zoom 7 for a 7:30pm start.
If you wish to join the course, please do contact the club secretary Simon MW0NWM
Foundation and Full Training Courses this Spring!
Dragon ARC are proud to announce our online licence training for spring 2021!
Starts Monday 12th April and every Wednesday, starting 21st April.
Starts Friday 7th May.
For all details, take a look at the relevant 'Training' pages.
A Wide Variety of Talks Planned for 2021!
Whilst we are still meeting virtually on Zoom, Dragon ARC have planned a varied programme of talks and club NETs. The club programme for March until the end of July has been added to the website. Do take a look!
News : 4th March 2018
Sent in by John GW3VVC
With reference to our Special Event at Waunfawr GB2VK for the 100th Anniversary of direct Radio Communications between Australia and the UK , a copy of an article in "Morsum Magnificat, Christmas 1993" detailing the contacct between GB2VK Waunfawr, North Wales, and VK2WAH Wahroonga, NSW.
With acknowledgements to Morsum Magnificat ©Zyg Nilski, G3OKD
The MM magazine archive can be found at
Past issues available (PDF) for download for non-commercial use.
News : 22nd January 2018
With reference to our Special Event at Waunfawr for International Marconi Day Saturday 21st April here is a link to a CADW document about WW1 military sites including the Marconi Station at Waunfawr. Photograph and Maps included, interesting historical background to what is now a re-purposed site.