Name: Verulam Community Radio

Address: P O Box 1092, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1 9QB

Telephone: 01727 839926



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About us

Verulam Community Radio Ltd is a non-profit company, which broadcasts on 92.6 FM.  It is professionally run by experienced technicians and broadcasters and regulated by Ofcom in the same way as the BBC and all other radio stations. 

With a growing audience in excess of 50,000, we produce programmes, which provide news and information about St Albans and South Herts together with a varied music content. 
All our broadcasters and support staff provide their services free of charge and we rely on the support of local people and businesses that advertise and sponsor the station.

If you would like to ensure the continued output from your local community station, why not get involved and volunteer your services?  We have a need for sales and marketing staff and assistants for our presenters and a variety of other jobs within the station.

To donate via cheque, please make the cheque payable to Radio Verulam, PO Box 1092, 
St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1 9QB.

To advertise on the station, please contact one of our sales staff on: 0772 391 047 or if you wish to work as volunteer contact Danny on 01727 839926 or by email

We want your views about the programmes you would like.  Please answer our short questionnaire at:

Our Aims

VCRL provides a Community Radio service of music, news and information for people living, working, being educated or visiting West Hertfordshire.  Our programmes are all produced by experienced staff and our trained volunteers and can be heard on 92.6 FM in and around
St Albans and on the Internet at

To provide services highly relevant to people in West Hertfordshire, informing them what is happening in their locality and how they can participate, especially as volunteers;

To work in partnership with local voluntary organisations to help them achieve their own objectives by publicising their activities and encouraging listeners to join them or support them in other ways;

To open up the local airwaves to new and creative talent by training local people in radio broadcasting skills;

To enable vulnerable and disadvantaged people in the area to find out about services and support which they can access;

To feature voluntary activities which are popular but get little coverage in other radio services, such as Scouts/Guides, local sports, gardening or cycling.

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