The Quantum Technology Club is the senior section of the Quantum Amateur Radio & Technology Society. It is designed for folks aged 16+ and caters for everyone with an interest in; amateur radio, electronics, computing, making and crafting.

Meetings

We meet twice a month, on the first and third Thursday of month and enjoy practical hands-on sessions, visiting speakers and talks, and a general opportunity to explore, experiment and showcase new technology and skills.

Activities

We arrange lots of activities for everyone to take part in and enjoy. To-date we have attended and exhibited the Liverpool MakeFest, Norbreck Amateur Radio Rally, supported events at the local library in Ormskirk with fun activities for people to have a go at, run amateur radio special event stations to promote Lancashire Day, SOS Radio Week (supporting the work of the RNLI) and had a weekend away in the Lake District to promote the work of William Preece in Coniston in the development of communications.

Quantum Technology Club Membership

We do not operate a traditional membership system; we welcome non-members to each and every meeting and there is never any pressure put on those attending to join. There are advantages to membership, members receive a 50% discount on meeting subs (collected to help pay for the hire of the venue and refreshments that are available throughout the evening) and have a vote on all matters regarding the governance of the society, but it is optional.

Pizza

Talking of refreshments, no techie club would be worth attending if it did not serve pizza. each evening we have plenty of pizza for both vegetarians and the meat-eaters amongst us. So tuck in.

Inclusive and accessible

We welcome everyone to our meetings and activities and strive to be as inclusive and as accessible as possible in everything we do. Our premises are also fully inclusive and accessible.

Quantum Technology Club Affiliations

The Quantum Amateur Radio & Technology Society is affiliated to the Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB), Raspberry Pi Foundation Code Club and CoderDojo.