Marconi - Centre - Monument
Located atop the cliffs at Poldhu Cove
Poldhu Amateur Radio Club - SATURDAY SESSIONS
PARC is pleased to announce that the Marconi Centre in Poldhu will be available at 10 am every first Saturday of the Month for open meeting, where all are welcome. (Click Menu Dropdown for more information)
Cornwall Community Foundation Grant
PARC are extremely grateful for the recent grant from Goonhilly Windfarm Community Fund, which enabled us to upgrade the aerial masts with new winches and stainless steel guys after winter storm damage. This ensures that the aerial system is now even safer than before.
The Marconi Centre has returned to limited opening. Please click 'Menu' - 'Opening Times'
It's doubtful whether even Marconi, listening on Signal Hill, St. John’s, Newfoundland in 1901 could have imagined the significance of an extremely short signal he had just received, nor what it would lead to. From little acorns.... that first transatlantic radio signal introduced everything from broadcasting to satellite communications, mobile phones, broadband, the internet and the world wide web - and Poldhu was at the forefront of it all.