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Remember the Seventies in St Albans


The Museum of St Albans is flashing back to the 1970s from Saturday 6 September with an exhibition featuring objects, photographs and memories of the time.

Council tenants invited to give feedback on housing service


St Albans City and District Council is inviting its tenants to complete a survey on its housing service to help identify where improvements can be made.

Council set to challenge Secretary of State’s rail freight interchange planning decision in the High Court.


The Council has lodged a claim in the High Court challenging the rail freight planning decision.

Parks and green spaces in St Albans District among the best in Britain


Verulamium Park, Bricket Wood Common, Clarence Park, Rothamsted Park and Sopwell Nunnery Green Space have all received Green Flag Awards for 2014 from Keep Britain Tidy.

Community projects receive £71K in council funding


St Albans City and District Council is awarding £71,000 to fund local community projects, ranging from football sessions for the disabled to wildlife awareness activities.

Remember to register to vote on new electoral register


Voters are now responsible for registering themselves on a new electoral register following the biggest change to the electoral registration system in nearly 100 years.

New affordable housing in Colney Heath


A former St Albans City and District Council-owned sheltered housing scheme has been transformed into sixteen affordable homes by Hightown Praetorian and Churches Housing Association.

Burma Campaign veterans mark VE and VJ Day anniversaries


St Albans Mayor joined three local veterans who fought in the Burma Campaign of the Second World War for a remembrance service on Sunday 10 August.

Mayor opens exhibition about Sopwell local history website


An exhibition about the development of Sopwell’s Lottery-funded local history website was opened by St Albans Mayor at the Museum of St Albans on Sunday 10 August.

Verulamium Park gets new illustrated signs


New illustrated signs have been unveiled at Verulamium Park, St Albans welcoming visitors and directing them to interesting features, such as the Abbey and Roman hypocaust.

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