Observations have been made of the field of the gamma-ray burst of 1992 July 11 (GRB 9209711) at 151 MHz using the CLFST, at several days and at about one year after the event. This field was also observed for the 6C survey in 1975. GRB 920711 was a particularly bright and well-localized gamma-ray burst, ideally suited to follow up observations at other wavelengths. No evidence for variability with respect to the 6C has been found within the noise limits of about 100 mJy at 4-arcmin resolution and 40 mJy at 1-arcmin resolution. An observing programme is in progress to search for variability in other GRB fields on time-scales of days and weeks, as well as to search for coincident radio bursts.