The new Marconi
Centre started as a dream for the Chairman of the Poldhu Amateur
Radio Club Carolyn Rule.
and her members of the club have moved into their new home and the
dream has become a reality.
cuts the path to the new centre.
In May the digger
arrived and started to cut the path that would become the road to
the Marconi Centre. Throughout the summer the builders worked on
of the building will house amateur radio equipment.
By June the
Marconi Centre was beginning to take shape but there was plenty
of work still to be done while dodging the summer showers. The builders
worked long hours but always welcomed a brew.
were able to rest in the building by October
While the building
work was going on the members of the radio club held regular meetings
with builders and the National Trust. Towards the end these talks
were held in the new centre.
when the club members could move into the centre.
In October the
Poldhu Amateur Radio Club members could look forward to moving their
equipment into a new home.
In the words
of Chairman Carolyn Rule "I'm totally over the moon with our
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