EARS holds club meetings on the second and fourthWednesday in each month at 18:30 local time.
You can find us at: Sunnylands Room,
Pinhoe Community Centre, America Hall,
De La Rue Way,
Pinhoe EX4 8PX
You can catch up with us at Bills in Gandy Street for our coffee mornings. Every Tuesday from 9:30am (ish) to 11:00am (ish) downstairs on the right in the restaurant is a big table with everyone chatting about amateur radio, how to put the world to rights, well anything and everything really.
Sir J. Ambrose Fleming M.A., D.Sc, FRS the inventor of the Thermionic Diode which lead to the development of valve technology was the most famous member. He was granted an experimental license in 1905. In 1926 he became the president of the Exeter & District Wireless Society and was Vice-president of the wireless society of London in November 1913. He later retired to Sidmouth where he died in 1945..
Thomas Smith a former member back in 1939 was the town RSGB representative for Exeter for many years in the 1950s
After the war in 1947 the members met and renamed the club to the Exeter Amateur Radio Society as it is known today. A more detailed history of the club is being created here.
Full details at the RSGB web site. Type in Exeter and click on Select. On the map click on Exeter ARS.