Observations of the field of the gamma-ray burst of 1994 March 1 (GRB 940301) at 151 MHz using the Cambridge Low Frequency Synthesis Telescope (CLFST) are presented. The field of the GRB was observed on six occasions from 1 to 36d after the burst with a resolution of about 1arcmin, and the results were compared with those from archival observations of the same field made in 1992 January. No significant variations were found for the sources in the field at a (2sigma) level of about 80 mJy. The field of this burst was also observed in a non-imaging mode for six hours starting only one hour after the burst, to search for radio transients. No unusual radio `spikes' were seen during this period, at the level of 200 Jy in the hour after the burst.