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Afghan Refugee Crisis
If you are looking to donate to the ongoing afghan refugee crisis, Hertfordshire Community Foundation has set up ‘Hertfordshire helps Afghan arrivals and refugees’ on the fundraising site JustGiving. This has been set up on behalf of a much wider local voluntary and public sector response.
Please visit: http://www.justgiving.com/campaign/hertsrefugee
The Healthy Hub
Harpenden, Redbourn, Wheathampstead and St Albans residents are invited to the launch day entertainment programme
The two MPs serving St Albans District have been asked to support the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill.
Thousands of people are expected to enjoy the return of the signature dish of the Enjoy St Albans Food and Drink Festival – a six-hour-long street party.
A working group has been set up to examine options for the future development of St Albans’ historic Charter Market.
Media release from 1Life
Residents invited to join Max and other sports stars at the official launch with a Picnic in the Park
Plans to create an exciting outdoor skate park in St Albans could be revealed later this year.
Visitors enjoying the attractions of historic Verulamium Park in St Albans are being reminded NOT to feed the birds.
Community groups and residents are asked to give their views to a review of polling stations in St Albans District.
Canvassers are about to visit households in the St Albans District to encourage residents to register to vote.
A plan to create better cycling and walking routes in St Albans District is to be drawn up to encourage active travel.
Residents have been given the chance to say what St Albans City and District Council services they would like to see examined.
A business plan outlining the future of St Albans Charter Market is due to be analysed at a meeting next month.
St Albans District’s Food and Drink Festival is returning for its 14th year – and residents are urged to nominate a community hero for one outstanding award.
A building contractor is to be appointed for a new £5.1 million social-rent housing development in the Sopwell area of St Albans.
An ambitious £43 million project to modernise sheltered housing by St Albans City and District Council has achieved national recognition.
Since the start of the pandemic, St Albans City and District Council has distributed more than £50m in non-repayable business support grants.