Links to Amateur Radio Clubs
Icon BRATS, Bredhurst Receiving And Transmitting Society
The BRATS are a bunch of Amateur Radio hams based in the Medway Towns and are very active in Kent during the summer months as we like to get outside and enjoy the hobby. This includes DF hunts and field events and support other amateur clubs and organisations at outdoor events. During the winter months have lectures, quiz nights and silly nights.

The BRATS meet on a Thursday night from 8:30pm at The Parkwood Comm Centre Long Catlis Road, Rainham, Gillingham, Kent. ME8 9PN.

Icon Bromley & District Amateur Radio Society
BDARS, Your local source for Amateur Radio. Lots of news and information on Foundation and Intermediate courses. We offer technical and general interest talks, contest group, special event & demonstrations group, direction finding hunts, construction competitions, mutual help, Junk sales, newsletter, Foundation Licence Course, tuition and Morse Assessments plus Much Much more.
Icon Clifton Amateur Radio Society
The Clifton ARS meets every 2nd and 4th Friday in the month in the Greenwich area. The Club has a varied range of interests, which are Radio (H.F.V.H.F.C.W.) Computer, Packet, and Contesting. At the Club’s weekly meetings we have discussions and have a set program of Talks from various guest Speakers and Club members throughout the year. In between these we have operating from the Club Station on H.F. and V.H.F. and also general chat nights. Where we discuss all range of topics including the various contests in the fourth coming months. For up to date information details Email Martin, G0DCG

The Clifton ARS was formed in 1947 at Clifton Rise, New Cross S. E. London.

Icon Crawley Amateur Radio Club
Welcome to CARC Online, At Crawley Amateur Radio Club we have a flourishing membership of around 70 who come from diverse backgrounds, of all ages and both sexes. We are active in most amateur radio modes and have a formidable contesting contingent. If you are not already a member then come and join the fun!
Icon Coulsdon Amateur Transmitting Society (CATS)
The Coulsdon Amateur Transmitting Society (CATS) - callsigns G4FUR and M1FUR, meet every 2nd Monday of the month at St.Swithun's Church Hall,Grovelands Road, Purley, Surrey. Meetings start at 1945 for 2000hrs until about 2200hrs
Icon Crystal Palace & District Radio Club
The club meets on the first Friday of each month commencing at 7:30pm at The Parish Rooms, All Saints Church, Beulah Hill (opposite junction with Grange Road), Upper Norwood, London, SE19 and refreshments are provided.
Icon Dover Amateur Radio Club
Welcome to DARC - The Dover Amateur Radio Club.
The Dover Amateur Radio Club Meet every Wednesday in term time, at the Boys Grammer School, in Dover, from 7:30. The Club holds a variety of events, which include many interesting talks. Take a look at the Events page to keep up to date.
Icon Essex Repeater Group
Welcome to the Essex Repeater Group. We are a voluntary body whose aim is to maintain amateur radio repeater and beacon stations in the county of Essex, England. These pages provide the Latest News and information on ERG, the voice repeaters GB3DA (2mtrs) and GB3ER (70cms), the 10GHz microwave beacon GB3CMS, and the new 6m (GB3DB) and 23cms (GB3ZP) repeaters.
Icon Folkstone & District Amateur Radio Society
FADARS, If you live in or around Folkestone, you are very welcome to come and join us. You don’t have to be a Radio Amateur to join, but it helps if you have an interest in electronics or computers, otherwise you might not know what we are talking about. We are a very informal club, we don’t stand on ceremony, we don’t have subs, we keep formalities to a minimum.
Icon GB3FUN RSGB's Mobile Radio Shack
As part of the RSGB's commitment to promoting amateur radio, the RSGB's mobile radio shack is on the road. It is available to support those giving demonstrations to wide non-amateur audience such as schools, colleges, youth groups as well as attending county shows etc.

With the aid of our specially equipped Mobile Radio Vehicle called GB4FUN, we are able to put on a practical demonstration of Amateur Radio whatever the weather. Amateur Radio appeals to all ages and is a great teaching aid as it involves not only the science of communication, but geography, languages, social skills, and of course, fun!

The vehicle is fully equipped with HF, VHF and UHF all mode radios. Plus full Satellite capability, It has a built in 5 kW generator for use in rural sites, and a fitted external telescopic mast making GB4FUN self contained.

It takes approximately 1 hour to set up the mobile station so it can be on the air demonstrating Amateur Radio soon after arrival on site.

Icon Welcome to the GB3DX Repeater
Welcome to the home of the GB3DX Repeater is a state of the art internet linked VHF Analogue Voice repeater located in Solihull on 145.7125Mhz (RV57) EchoLink Node 7125 Locater IO92CK.

Or better still register and join in on chat in the forums...............Best Regards G4LCH (Mark)

Icon GB3IK The Medway Towns Repeater
Welcome to the Medway Town repeater GB3IK. Bob G6CKK maintains amateur radio repeater. These pages provide the Latest News and information on GB3IK, TX 145.7625MHz, PL 103.5Hz, Echolink 263025.
Icon North Kent Radio Club
North Kent Radio Club. We meet on the first and third Tuesdays of each month from 8:00 pm to 10:30pm, at the "Pop in Parlour" Graham Road, Bexleyheath. For further information please e-mail or call Dave on 01322 330830 or just come along.
Icon South Anglia Repeater Group
This group brings together the three amateur radio repeaters; PO, EF and IH from Ipswich and Martlesham Heath in Suffolk. They are found on the 70cm, 2m and 6m amateur radio bands in the UK.
Icon Surrey Radio Contact Club
Welcome to the Web Site of the Amateur Radio Club based in Croydon known as SRCC - Surrey Radio Contact Club. We have a membership of over 70 and meet twice a month (normally 1st and 3rd Mondays) at the TS Terra Nova, 34 The Waldrons, Croydon (near Croydon Flyover).
Icon Sutton & Cheam Radio Society (S&CRS)
The Sutton And Cheam Radio Society has a 50 year, Our Meeting Place is at the Sutton United Football Ground. This is in Gander Green Lane, off the A217 (Sutton ByPass), We meet on the 3rd Thursday of every month 8.00 p.m.
Icon The Darenth Valley Radio Society
This friendly club meets around 8.00pm in the Crockenhill Village Hall, near Swanley in Kent, on the second and fourth Wednesday's of every month. Club activities include lectures, construction and station's on the air, which includes HF as well as VHF and UHF. For further details on membership please contact : Ray Barker on 01322-220679 or
Icon Wimbledon & District Radio Society
We are a small friendly club based near the center of Wimbledon, Club members are active in many areas of Amateur Radio including: Microwave, VHF & UHF, HF transmissions, All are welcome to call in and meet our friendly members on a club night at Martin Way Methodist Church, Buckleigh Avenue, Merton Park, SW20 9JZ
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