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About

Who are WADARC?

We are the Worthing and District Amateur Radio Club, a very active club. We are currently meeting every 1st and 3rd Tuesday evening at 20:00 hours. On alternate 2nd, 4th and 5th Tuesday evenings, we hold a club net on our repeater, GB3WO.

We celebrate the first 70 years of the club in 2018 and we’re looking forward to many more!

We have a steadily growing membership of more than 80 (and growing all the time) with nearly 95% of members holding a licence.

Ragchew

We publish a quarterly magazine called Ragchew that is edited by Roger G4TNT. The current issue can be read online on the Ragchew Newsletter page and PDFs of that and many back issues can be downloaded from there too.

All are Welcome

The Worthing and District Amateur Radio Club is open to anybody with an interest in radio communications, electronics or any of the allied subjects. We have our own equipment that any members can use at one of our On the Air meetings.

If you are already an amateur radio operator, why not call into our nets (all times are local).

Every evening on 80m (3.712MHz) at 18.00

Monday night 2m net on 145.425MHz (S17) FM at 19.30

Thursday morning on 40m (7.106MHz +/- QRM) at 11:00

Sunday morning on 80m (3.712MHz) at 07.30
All are welcome to join in and we look forward to meeting you.