St Albans City and District Council is working in partnership with Hertfordshire County Council, Harpenden Town Council, Sandridge Parish Council and John O'Conner (Grounds Maintenance) Ltd to provide grounds maintenance services across the City and District of St Albans.
Community Services News
St Albans Mayor Anthony Rowlands has announced his charity for the year – the St Albans Fund for the Future.
Thousands of people sampled the main course of the Enjoy St Albans Food and Drink Festival – a six-hour-long street party.
Thousands of people are expected at the most exciting event of the Enjoy St Albans Food and Drink Festival – a spectacular six-hour-long street party.
A project to help survivors of domestic abuse gain sustainable employment has been launched in St Albans District.
St Albans Mayor Anthony Rowlands has officially opened two new all-weather netball and tennis courts at Verulamium Park.
Eight community groups and charities were boosted by £46,855 of grants from a St Albans City and District Council fund.
Community groups and charities in St Albans District can apply for grants of up to £5,000 for projects that help vulnerable people.
An extraordinary memorial to 15 soldiers who were killed in the First World War has been unveiled in the St Albans street where they once lived.
A significantly improved recreational green space with woodland, a lake, footpaths and a bike track is set to be created in St Albans District.
The Cottonmill Community and Cycling Centre was hailed as “a model of partnership working and community activism” following its official opening.
Cottonmill Community and Cycling Centre hosted a successful open day on Saturday 4 March to celebrate the official opening of this unique site across the local community.
Support for Ukraine: St Albans Museum + Gallery to be lit up in Ukraine’s national colours to mark the anniversary of Russia’s invasion
St Albans Museum + Gallery is to be lit up in Ukraine’s national colours of blue and yellow to mark the anniversary of the invasion by Russia.
Community and voluntary groups can apply for grants from a St Albans City and District Council fund.
Community and voluntary groups can soon apply for grants of up to £5,000 from St Albans City and District Council.
St Albans City and District Council is to trial an innovative venture to provide residents and visitors with more public toilets.
A new management contract for eight major sports and cultural centres in St Albans District has been awarded.