Rotary St. Albans Verulamium - welcome! Please scroll/swipe down through this page to find out more about us, in addition to the pages linked in the menu, top-left.
Rotary in St Albans
There are three Rotary Clubs in St Albans who welcome Associates and friends and volunteers who would like to assist the local Community.details
Royal Marine Band Concert
A spectacular concert featuring classical, popular and military music. The concert has been organised annually for 31 years in aid of local and other charities by the Rotary Clubs of Radlett, St. Albans and St. Albans Verulamium.details
ST ALBANS IS A MEDIEVAL MARKET TOWN STEEPED IN ROMAN HISTORY
We are one of three Rotary clubs in St Albans and take our name from the roman city of Verulamium founded on the ancient celtic site of Verlamion - "settlement above the marsh". After the Roman invasion of AD43, it was renamed Verulamium and became the third largest Roman city in Britain. Verulamium Park now covers the area in the Ver valley below the modern City of St Albans. Our club emblem is a bronze statue of Venus found in the excavations of the 1930's by Mortimer Wheeler and is housed in the wonderful museum of Verulamium.
We are part of Rotary International which is the worlds largest service organisation for business and professional people. Using the menu on the left, you can find out more about what we do, including up-to-date information about our weekly meetings and service activities.
Friends of Rotary
If you like what you see in these pages but feel you can't commit to becoming a member but would still like to become involved, Rotary in Great Britain & Ireland are trying a new initiative - Friends of Rotary - whereby you would not be a Rotarian but could still help out on certain projects. Please get in touch if this appeals to you.
Thankyou St Albans
We are very grateful for the generosity of the people of St Albans who have enabled us to make make many dreams real by making charitable donations in the past 10 years totalling over 330,000. Your kindness has brought relief to many people in need.
Visiting Rotarians are especially welcome to join in the fellowship that is The Rotary Club of St Albans Verulamium
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