Radio Verulam – the Community Radio Station for St Albans

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Radio Verulam is Hertfordshire’s first community radio station. They have been broadcasting from their Victoria Street premises since 2007 but will move to new premises on Hatfield Road after Easter. The reception will be much better and reach a wider area.

The station takes pride in being a non-profit organisation and works in partnership with local organisations and community groups. They rely on volunteers and are always happy to welcome new people to join their team.
Elspeth Jackman, a Sunday presenter on Radio Verulam, is passionate about her work. She states,” This is our OWN community radio where local events, travel, people are really important, and anyone can have an input. I’m proud of it, running 24/7, knowing too that nearly all the broadcasters have had professional experience. There’s so many specialist music programmes to fit every taste, and I’d really like to highlight the daily Drive Time shows. I reckon we might be the best local community radio station in the country!’
So turn on and tune in to 92.6FM! A continued support of our local radio station will ensure that we have personal, local and relevant information on all that is happening in our St Albans community.
For further information; phone Phil Richards 07711286488 or www.radioverulam.com for online listening.

For those interested in supporting or volunteering, email studio@radioverulam.com Announcements can be made through administrator@radioverulam.com .

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Maria Larmer lives in St Albans and is married with four children. She works as a Freelance Writer, English Language Teacher and Teaching Assistant. She has lived in Auckland, New Zealand for 9 years and prior to that in France, Germany, Austria, Edinburgh, London and Ireland. Her diary-writing has featured on 'The Wild Geese' Channel 4 and Radio Verulam. She has written for Hertfordshire Life magazine, Go Camping magazine, Camping magazine, The Catholic Times, St Albans & Harpenden Review, New Zealand Times, The New Beacon, My Weekly and various websites. She can be contacted on maria.larmer@ntlworld.com