Message from our President.
Rotary in Great Britain and Internationally is recognised as an organisation of generous charity support, combined with local community care.
Having lived and worked in St Albans my entire life, and recently retired as a local pharmacist, I am looking forward to leading our Rotary Club through these difficult times.
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
- Derek Evans
Immediate Past President
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The Winners of our Rotary Young Photographer Competition have been announced.
Beth Hawthorne from Queen’s School Bushey won the senior event with a portfolio of three photographs.
The Judges scored her ‘Bee’ photograph ‘Best in the competition’, taken not with a camera but an iphone.
Congratulations to St Albans High School who won the "Foundation" category, to Roundwood Park who won the "Intermediate" category and to Marlborough winners of the "Advanced" category.
Our charity golf day raised over £4500 for St Albans Special Olympics. The photo shows our President Arthur Woolgar presenting the cheque.
There are many ways to get involved with Rotary:
Please donate online by visiting our Just Giving page. You can make a one off donation or make regular donations. All your money goes to Charities. Thank You.
Need more information please email
If you are keen to get involved why not come along to a meeting? We meet at 7:30pm to dine at 8:00pm every Tuesday at:
Old Albanian Sports Club,
Woollam Playing Fields,
160 Harpenden Road,
Please feel free to contact us at any time by emailing our Membership Secretary Ron Smith - Click Here
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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