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Jersey Amateur Radio Society

Shack Rental Terms and conditions.  - revised 21 February 2005

The shack is available on a first-come first-served basis. Confirmed reservations will be filled first.

Use of the Club Station is ONLY available to club members. Overseas membership is available to non-residents of Jersey – Currently £5.00 per year.

A rental charge of £60.00 is payable for each operation by overseas members. Full club members who wish to use the club for contest purposes shall make a donation of not less than £20.00 to the club.

A booked operation may ordinarily consist of up to seven consecutive days.

To persons not known to the club a deposit of £200.00 is required. This will be returned following an inspection to ensure the club is left in a clean and tidy condition and all equipment is connected and operational as it was prior to the operation.

Accommodation in a hotel, guesthouse or campsite MUST be booked for the duration of your stay. The clubhouse is not permitted to provide accommodation for visitors.

Unless an arrangement has been made in advance, priority is to be given to club members who may wish to use the shack on club nights (currently Wednesday and Friday 20:00 – 22:30)

Any damage must be repaired or paid for.

The GJ2A callsign may only be used by club members and is ONLY available for use during certain specified contests. It may NOT be used before or after the contest.

If any of the club Callsigns are used, GJ3DVC, GJ2A or GJ8RVT – an electronic copy of the log must be emailed to the club.

If Internet connection is required, dial-up access can be provided.  The current cost is £3.00 per day if the JARS account is used.  If you dial your own ISP (this includes all the UK "lo-call" numbers) the call charges will be presented to you for payment, a copy of the itemised bill can be made available for those who dispute the outrageously high charges that we have to bear!

The management committee of the club may vary these terms and conditions at any time.

An up-to-date version of these terms and conditions will be posted at the club and on the club website at


The club has

These may vary, but are indicative of the equipment available.

The DXcluster GB7DXG is in 2m range of the club and is currently on 144.900.

We have a fair area of land that can be used to run out wire aerials, erect temporary masts and also a large flat roof area.

For more details contact either the club secretary or president whose details are here, email the club,

or write to;


The Jersey Amateur Radio Society
The Old German Signal Tower
Le Chemin des Signaux
St. Brelade
Channel Islands
Great Britain

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