Dover Amateur Radio club was founded in 1967 and has forged strong links within the community and actively promotes amateur radio and encourages the use of amateur radio to the wider community.
The club meets each Thursday evening at the St Peter and St Paul Church, Minnis Lane, River, Dover CT17 0RG and welcomes visitors to the club during its weekly gatherings.
There is ample street parking available close to site.
Dover Amateur Radio Club promotes all aspects of amateur radio which includes Morse Training, Skills, Construction and Lecture nights and as an RSGB registered examination centre, we offer free Foundation and Intermediate Licence training and will support anyone studying for their Advanced licence. We aim to help people on their individual journey of learning, so if you are wishing to take a licence, please contact us.
Tailored support is offered to new members and we provide excellent information, advice and guidance to any amateur on their individual learning journey.
The club has a dedicated radio area, toilet and refreshment facilities and good disabled accessibility.
The Dover Radio Club “White Cliffs Net” is on air at 10.10 Hrs local time on 1.845.00 MHz Monday to Sunday. Please feel free to join in (if licensed).
Keith Bennett (G0DUK) is net controller.
At the same time “White Cliffs Net” is accessible on 2m GB3KS. Pete Pennington (G4EGQ) is net controller.
The club’s registered call sign is G3YMD. This call sign is held with OFCOM by Peter G0KOK on behalf of Dover Amateur Radio Club. In addition to this the club operates special call signs for the various events that we participate in throughout the year.