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Ownership of Rothamsted Park and some other green spaces in Harpenden is to be transferred to the Town Council at no cost.
Ambitious plans to create a wilder St Albans District have been boosted by £100,000 of funding.
Community station Radio Verulam has highlighted the many services on offer at St Albans’ Healthy Hub.
Users of Harpenden’s Sports Centre are being offered alternative facilities while the building is closed so it can be transformed into a state-of-the-art cultural venue.
Verulamium Museum – renowned for its ancient treasures and some of the finest mosaics outside of the Mediterranean – is set to close temporarily this February to enable vital works to be undertaken
Plans to revamp an ageing community centre in the Sopwell ward of St Albans are to advance to the pre-construction stage.
St Albans Mayor Councillor Janet Smith is to host a service to commemorate victims of the Holocaust and other genocides.
The Environment Agency has committed £300,000 to the next phase of the Revitalising the River Ver partnership project, Councillors have been told.
Live music and dancing are among the attractions at a fun event to launch the St Albans Christmas Charter Market.
Everyone is welcome to attend one of the most popular festive events in St Albans – the Mayor’s Carol Concert.
The Mayor of St Albans is to experience life as a rough sleeper to help raise money for local charities that work to reduce homelessness.
Former St Albans Mayor Councillor Rosemary Farmer raised more than £11,000 for charity during her year in office.
Thousands of people attended the St Albans Christmas Cracker event to launch the festive season in spectacular style.
More than 12,000 people are expected at a spectacular street party that will launch the festive season in St Albans District.
A scheme to encourage children in St Albans District to play safely outside in their neighbourhood has been launched.
A community centre in St Albans will be able to expand its services after being awarded £73,500 for major improvements.