ABOUT THE CLUB
Thurrock Acorns is a small, welcoming amateur radio club based near the town of Grays (Essex, England), created primarily for the local Amateur Radio community. However, the Club welcomes anyone interested in any of the many aspects of radio and electronics as a hobby. [ about amateur radio … ]
Covid-19 has caused meetings to be suspended until further notice. When we are able to meet again, feel free to come to a meeting but first please check here for dates and times, or use the contact us form.
The Thurrock Acorns Amateur Radio Club came about almost by chance when Nick G4HCK and Gordon 2E0ELI (now MØWJL), meeting for the first time a day or two after their first ever radio contact, sat down for a coffee near the end of 2013 to discuss plans for doing some radio work with the young people of a local primary school. Gordon mentioned it was a shame that there was no local club since the original Thurrock Amateur Radio Club closed many years before and Nick suggested Gordon start one. A challenge he couldn’t resist – the new club had it’s first monthly meeting on the 21st of January 2014.
HOW TO FIND US
Normally we meet here once a month except August. You are advised to check the timetable for dates and times before visiting.
Club members and visitors are requested to park in the large car park indicated on the aerial view.
Chair: Nick G4HCK
Vice-chair: Eddie GØBKL
Secretary & Data controller: Iain G4JMM
Treasurer: Simon M1GGY
Publicity officer: Nigel MØICH
Contests and Field events coordinator: Eddie GØBKL
Web editor: Gordon MØWJL
Club logo designer: Paul MØPFX
Seasonal graphics: christmas-graphics-plus.com
Aerial view: © Google Earth