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New Members are always welcome,

S.A.R.S Scarborough Amateur Radio Society was formed in 1932, 82 years ago, In February and July 2013 we celebrated our 80th anniversary with the special event station GB8OSC.

We run training for new members each year For the RAE licence exams.

 

Scarborough Amateur Radio Society:

We will be participating in SOS Week 2019

SARS will be at Whitby Lifeboat Station in May.

 

Whitby Lifeboat Station
Whitby Lifeboat outside the Station (click on the image to go to their site)

SARS Team at the controls

Robert G0WHO Dave G4DAX and Dave G3TQQ ready to operate the lifeboat station.


We were at Whitby Lifeboat Station from Thursday the 2nd to   Saturday the 4th of May  supporting the RNLI by hoping to help raise the profile of the RNLI during SOS week which is for the whole month of May. 

The Techies were there at 10 o'clock on the Thursday the 2nd to install the antenna and the radio station. With a little operating on that day (just try and stop us!).

The main operation for the SARS event was on Friday May the 3rd and Saturday 4th between 08:00 and 18:00 each day. Most operation on 40, 60 and 80 metres. With some excursions to the DX bands.  

The Call Sign for the station was GB0WLB (Whitby LifeBoat).  

 

As a club we support local charity events walks, fun runs etc. with Radio communications. Visiting other Radio Clubs and inviting other clubs for competitions quiz and social evenings.