Welcome to the website of the

Sidmouth Amateur Radio Society 

SARS 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.

 

We will be announcing a new project early in 2020, we are looking for support

and sponsorship from local business,

if you feel that your business could offer support please e mail our secretary. 

 

The next training course will be in the

New Year 2020

if you wish to be added to our candidates list

 please contact us via the secretary e mail below. 

For more details of training please follow the link to "Training" on the right of this page.

 

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

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Keep up to date with our news on social media..

    

 

 

SARS are an affiliated RSGB society and also a registered training and examination centre.

Please send enquiries direct to our secretary

Secretary SARS e mail

  

 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

our This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to discuss your requirements.

 

SARS are an affiliated RSGB society and also a registered training and examination centre.

 

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)

You Tube link to TX Factor Films.