Welcome

Message from our President.

Rotary in Great Britain and Internationally is recognised as an organisation of generous charity support, combined with local community care.
I am extremely proud to be President for 2018/19 of St Albans Verulamium Rotary Club, following a distinguished number of local residents in the role.
We are determined and enthusiastic to recruit new members to share our pastoral duties with the local community and international recipients.
Interested persons can contact us via the "Get Involved" page of this website

- Arthur Woolgar

Meet Fellow Rotarians

Upcoming Event

Rotary in St Albans is supporting the national Rotary Youth Speaks competition for young people aged 11 to 17, The first round takes place on 27th November. For more details and how to enter click here

St Albans Young Chef 2018

Congratulations to Amanda Garcia-Ghuran of St Albans High School for Girls, winner of this years Rotary Young Chef competition. Amanda presented a meal for two consisting of filo pastry cups filled with marinated prawns followed by ballotine of chicken legs with Toulouse sausages. Amanda will now represent St Albans in the next round of this National Competition. Photo: Paul Wood (judge) Oaklands College; Amanda Garcia Ghuran; The Mayor and Gopi Chandran, Executive Chef Sopwell House Hotel.

Rotary Charity Golf Day

One hundred golfers enjoyed the Rotary Charity Golf Day in May. Twenty five teams raised £5100 for Rennie Grove Hospice Care. Doreen Beattie, Ambassador for Rennie Grove thanked the club for their continuing support.

There are many ways to get involved with Rotary:

About St Albans Verulamium

Our Club Emblem - Venus

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.

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. Read More

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