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Community and living news
New pump and cyclocross tracks have been opened at a St Albans community centre which is being revamped.
The reopening of St Albans’ historic Clock Tower has been delayed to allow for emergency repairs.
A charity that campaigns against domestic violence was among the winners this year of the St Albans Mayor’s Pride Awards.
Archaeological research is underway at the site of two new all-weather tennis and netball courts in Verulamium Park in St Albans.
A free street party is to be held in St Albans City Centre to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee during the June bank holiday.
Rainbows, guides, sports clubs and other voluntary groups are being urged to sign up to the St Albans District Community Lottery.
St Albans City and District Council has gained White Ribbon status – showing that it is working to end male violence against women.
Future of historic St Albans Charter Market outlined – mixture of stalls and gazebos in City colours proposed
The core of St Albans historic Charter Market is to become a mix of traditional market stalls and gazebos – all in the City’s famous blue and yellow colours.
A lottery to raise much-needed funds for voluntary and community groups in St Albans District is to be launched this month:
Guidance for people who wish to set up a memorial bench in St Albans District to honour a loved one has been agreed.
Residents, businesses and community groups are being given the opportunity to help shape a detailed plan for improving crime prevention in St Albans Distr
Almost £50,000 of grants is to be given to community groups in St Albans District to support their highly important activities.
St Albans Mayor Councillor Edgar Hill is to host a service to commemorate victims of the Holocaust and other genocides.
Answers to questions about the recent temporary closure of the Alban Arena.
The Mayor of St Albans City and District raised more than £5,000 for charity at two festive events.
Harpenden’s new leisure centre has been presented with an award for the lasting contribution it is making to the community.