Rhondda Amateur Radio Society | Club News Meeting Days and Time

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Rhondda Amateur Radio Society​

Rhondda Amateur Radio  Society hold their club meetings from 7.30 pm through to 9:30 pm on Tuesday at Clydach Vale Community Centre The Old Police Station Clydach Road Clydach Vale Rhondda Cynon Taff Nr Tonypandy CF40 2BD.

Rhondda Amateur Radio Society​ - Tuition Exam

The Rhondda Amateur Radio Society​ ​offers tuition on club meeting nights from the Foundation and on to the Intermediate finally to the Advanced a full licence giving you a full range over the spectrum permitted frequencies. 

Foundation Project exam Amateur Radio
Becoming a radio amateur; taking the UK Foundation level Licence examination

Rhondda Amateur Radio Society​ - GW2FOF

GW2FOF Rhondda amateur radio society CALL-SIGN have been active with the local street fete and held a number of field days, particularity operating QRP from the summits of our local mountains with great success; we also have some members active with Western Valleys RAYNET, and of course have the usual mix of talks and demonstrations.

CQ CONTEST Typical aerial array
Typical arial system for contest work field days re GW2FOF

Newport Amateur Radio Society – GW4EZW

Newport Amateur Radio Society GW4EZW

Newport Amateur Radio Society All things GW4EZW

About GW4EZW

Newport Amateur Radio Society All things GW4EZW

 Founded in 1975, they are located in the heart of Newport City just above the M4

They hold our club meetings from 7pm through to 9pm on Fridays at St Julian’s Community Learning and Library Centre, Beaufort Road, Newport, Gwent, NP19 7UB

You can find more about us by browsing their website from our link. Drop them a message via the contact us page. Have a read of the news section as it contains everything that has been going on recently in the Newport club.

They also are a registered RSGB training centre and examination venue.


Foundation Licence

The Foundation licence is your gateway to amateur radio. The course and exam that leads to the licence provides you with an exciting introduction to the hobby while requiring an acceptable minimum level of skill and experience.

Highfields Amateur Radio Club Cardiff

Amateur radio Cardiff

Highfields Amateur Radio Club @ Cardiff

Highfields Amateur Radio Club.  The club has a  well appointed “Radio Shack” and regular training courses are held  to  obtaining a Amateur Radio Licence and progress from the Foundation stage to the Intermediate and then the Advanced for the full licence.

The clubs radio call signs are GW4LFO and GW8NP.

People are most welcome to come along to one of their meetings to see for yourself what they are about, just turn up, there is no obligation to join!

Highfields Amateur Radio Club Meetings:

Meetings on Tuesdays   from  7 p.m. until 9 p.m. at:

Rhiwbina Recreation Club
Lon Y Dail
CF14 6EA

They say feel free to drop in and see us to see what the club is about and to take a look at our “Ham Radio Shack” .

If you decide to become a member of our club you are also free to use  the Bar facilities at the Rhiwbina Recreation Club.

The Late Mr Cyril Parsons GW8NP.

I remember Mr Parsons very well and as the president of the RSGB so many years ago now. I attended the RSGB function and spoke with him in Tondu, Nr Bridgend and it was a night to remember well attended to say the least, totally full. Cyril GW8NP then made the presentation for different awards and a great night was had by all.

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Swansea & District Amateur Radio Club


Swansea & District Amateur Radio Club Description: Established October 2015 to promote the Amateur Radio Hobby in Swansea & surrounding areas. Currently they have about 20 members & growing.  They meet every week on a Tuesday evening 7pm to 8.30 pm. They have secured a club call sign MC0SDD but as to date they do not have any radio equipment. The club is hoping to rectify this when the club funds permit. The club has recently started tuition for the foundation licence.

SDARC - Station Callsign MC0SDD

Swansea & District Amateur Radio Club Meeting Days Times and Venue

Tuesday evening 7pm to 8.30pm at the following Address:  Llansamlet Community Centre, Church Rd, Llansamlet, Swansea, SA7 9RH. Please contact GW6TYJ on 07503978005 Jeffrey Downer or email via MC0SDD@GMAIL.COM

Mark J Pilot - The Swansea & District Amateur Radio Club

Mark is a member and webmaster for the Swansea & District Amateur Radio Club and is working hard on their nice new website as introduced on the Region 7 South Wales front page with GW4DWN.COM.  Repeating here the domain name used for the website is  Swansea & District Amateur Radio Club www.sadarc.com/

Swansea and District Amateur Radio Club - Foundation Course

The Swansea & District Amateur Radio Club will be starting a foundation ham radio course on Tuesday 9th of Jan 2018 at 7pm all interested are welcome. They again are a Radio Society of Great Britain Affiliated Club making them the 2nd in the City and County of Swansea serving the community with the wealth of radio broadcasting knowledge.

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• Telephone Number
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Amateur Radio Services Offered: foundation licence training

£5,000 grant awarded to amateur radio society – Wales Online

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 – ABERDARE and District Amateur Radio Society have been given a £5000 grant from Awards for All Wales.

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Swansea Radio Society - From Huw Richards GW4DWN

First of all congratulations on reviving the old Amateur Radio club again at the Swansea University.  

I wish you the very best of success with building the club and hope you get the interest and support from the Swansea community and students alike.

I remember the club 50 plus years ago mainly for the GB3GW 2m beacon that used to get fantastic reports in the UK and Europe, so to start the QTH is most certainly a plus for you as a club and operation.  Maybe you could reconsider re activating that again it used to send 3 long Carrier bursts then with the callsign and back to the Carrier again and so on.

So without saying anymore I would like to wish you the very best of success with the club and look forward to working you on the bands in the near future.  My QTH is just across the Swansea Bay in Briton ferry so I am sure you will be 59 plus. Best regards kind wishes, Huw.

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Carmarthen Amateur Radio Society GW4YCT / GC4YCT

Amateur Radio Club Carmarthen

Meeting Times Days and Venue Carmarthen Amateur Radio Society

Carmarthen ARS meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month. Meetings start at 19:00

The club meets in the Cwmduad Community Centre, Cwmduad, SA33 6XN

Carmarthen Amateur Radio Society Information

About Carms ARS

The Carmarthen Radio Society was first formed  in Carmarthen in the early 1980’s.

The club brought to the community a great service with the Carmarthen repeaters , on 70cm GB3CM and GB7FG and on 2m GB3FG.

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Radio Carmarthenshire is the home of the best variety of hits and local news. Tune in on 97.1 FM / 97.5 FM, DAB or Listen Live Online.

The Carmarthen transmitting station was originally built by the BBC in 1964/65 as a relay for VHF radio and VHF television. The site was built on a 135 m ridge to the north of Carmarthen itself, and entered service on 15 March 1965. The transmission station is now owned and operated by Arqiva.

Trevor Nicholas GW4RVA:  Training officer for the “Carmarthen Amateur Radio Society”, GW4YCT

Blackwood and District Amateur Radio Society GW6GW



GW6GW Blackwood and District Amateur Radio Society

Blackwood and District Amateur Radio Society GW6GW. They are located at Islwyn High School in the village of Oakdale near the town of Blackwood in South Wales. They hold club meetings on Friday evenings from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM.  RSGB Affiliated club in region 7 offering Foundation, Intermediate, Advanced and Morse classes, video shows and various special events throughout the year which include’s the rally at the Rougemont School, Llantarnam Hall, Malpas Road, Newport, NP20 6QB , BBQ, field activities, Mills on the air and more.

Directions to the school (Oakdale Comprehensive)

Islwyn High School
NP12 0NU

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The Barry Radio Society formed over 50 years ago in Barry At the Barry College of Further Education with the founder being the late Dan Adams GW3VBP

I feel privileged that I met Mr Adams on several occasions and he was a gentleman and down to earth when it came to explanations. I attended a full then RAE course at the college at the age of 16 years.

BARS Winners of RSGB Best "Small Club" of the Year in UK 2016/17

BARS Winners of RSGB Best “Small Club” of the Year in UK 2016/17 a well deserved achievement as in no doubt one of the most active radio clubs in South Wales. 

B.A.R.S. is a very active club and they are very proud of our history stretching back nearly 50 years and with the support of its membership they have plans to do even more in the future, so why not join them.

This Link will take you to the contact page for further details from Glyn “GW0ANA” click HERE

Map and Directions to the Barry Amateur Radio Society

Meets every Tuesday evening from 19:30 local to 23:00 at the Sully Sports and Social Club South Road, Sully, Vale of Glamorgan.

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