Welcome to the website of the
Sidmouth Amateur Radio Society
We are located a couple of miles inland from the beautiful regency town of Sidmouth.
Sidmouth is known for its beautiful, towering red cliffs, which are part of the World Heritage Jurassic Coast.
Our members are drawn from Sidmouth and its surrounding towns and villages.
We welcome new members and/or candidates for our training courses.
If you are a visitor to the area and need assistance or directions, please call on the local repeater GB3SW.
SARS will be announcing next week (16th May) the date of their final Foundation course under the current syllabus.........as of September the syllabus will change to include more on digital modes etc....we would advise that if you wish to undertake a course you sign up asap.
We welcome visitors or new members to any of our meetings, if you have any communications knowledge we welcome you to come along and take part in our activities if you are a beginner then training is available at all levels
Keep up to date with our news on social media..
You are welcome to contact us prior to your visit by using the contact form.
We currently have a problem with our Contact button please send enquiries direct to our secretary
I am often surprised when talking to new visitors or exam
candidates that they have not discovered TX Factor
films....have a look at the following link you will be
amazed.... their films are a great source of information
and an introduction to the hobby
(they are a West Country production)
For our latest news or updates please follow the link on the right to our Facebook page
Training courses are held at regular periods depending on number of applicants please e mail
SARS are an affiliated RSGB society and also a registered training and examination centre.
The one question we are always asked is "What is Amateur Radio".........well here's a link to a video that
goes someway to showing the answer....its very American but keep with it and view completely.