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Pharaohs and gladiators provide lots of Easter fun


Spend the Easter holidays unlocking the lives of Egyptian pharaohs and Roman gladiators at the Museum of St Albans and Verulamium Museum.

A Day in the Life - On the Road


Climb aboard the ‘Day in the Life’ exhibition bus to see a snapshot of life on The Barley Mow Caravan Site, Smallford, St Albans.

Residents and businesses asked to help a once-in-a-lifetime cultural project in the heart of the City


Beautiful visuals of the proposed new St Albans museum and art gallery have been released by architects, John McAslan and Partners. The London-based firm of architects has worked on many award winning heritage projects such as the King's Cross Station development.

Community projects for young people and families to receive £300k of Council grants


Projects supporting vulnerable families and women suffering domestic abuse are among those to receive grants totalling £300k over three years from St Albans City and District Council.

Reduction in fees for Council’s multi-site NCP parking permit holders


Many parking permit holders using the District Council’s NCP car parks are to benefit from a reduction in the fees they pay for their permits. A new pricing structure will be put in place this summer.

Cabinet rail freight update explains Council’s position as Local Planning Authority


An update to St Albans Council’s Cabinet on the proposed Rail Freight planning matter, has shone further light on the Council’s position as Local Planning Authority.

Mayor hosts Magna Carta VIP at charity ball


The Chairman of Magna Carta’s 800th Anniversary Committee was guest of honour at St Albans Mayor’s Civic Ball at Sopwell House on Friday 13 March.

Press release issued by Silicon Abbey


Unlocking the power of open data for community and business: first Silicon Abbey Festival 27/28 March, 2015

You can’t vote, unless you are registered by 20 April


Act now to secure your vote in the General Election and the local elections on Thursday 7 May.

St Albans Council works to protect local community from harm


St Albans City and District Council is training frontline staff to help protect the community by spotting signs of child sexual exploitation, potential radicalisation and extremism.

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