Our Club

Verulam Amateur Radio Club

The Club takes its name from ‘Verulamium’ which was the Roman community in the area of the modern St. Albans, Hertfordshire.

The Club holds monthly meetings at Aboyne Lodge School in St. Albans for demonstrations, discussions and talks from members and invited speakers.

Club Facilities

We have a well-equipped hill-top cabin, high in the Chiltern Hills.  It enables members to connect their own radio equipment to an impressive multi band antenna array.  It is a true ‘Plug and Play’ facility and is ideal for taking part in contests.

Verulam Amateur Radio Club operates club nets each week on different bands.  In addition it holds an ‘on air’ morse practice net.

Amateur Radio Training Courses

As well as its regular activities, the Club also runs courses and holds examinations for Foundation, Intermediate and Advance level licences. It has a strong tradition of attracting students of different ages and diverse backgrounds and prides itself on its success with those who are new to electronics.