Parks and open spaces
Parks, Open Spaces and Play Areas with the City & District of St Albans form an important network of spaces and public places.
Alongside trees, these green spaces play a valuable role in improving the quality and character of District.
We need your help.
Have you donated a memorial bench in Verulamium Park? We are trying to contact all those who donated over ten years ago to see if they want to renew or allow the bench site to be offered to a new donor. Some donors are proving difficult to trace so if you've donated and haven't heard from us, please contact our Parks and Green Spaces Team: 01727 819366, email@example.com
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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.
Residents are urged to vote for their favourite pub, restaurant, cafe and food producer in this year’s Enjoy St Albans Food and Drink Festival Awards.
A strategy aimed at enhancing the cultural assets of St Albans District to benefit residents and businesses and attract more visitors over the long-term is to be drawn up
Community groups and charities in St Albans District can apply for grants of up to £5,000 for projects that help vulnerable people.
Thousands of people enjoyed a free City Centre street party in St Albans to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
A brand new community centre is set to open in St Albans on Thursday 2 June. Cottonmill Community and Cycle Centre is managed by leisure operators Everyone Active in partnership
Everyone is welcome to take part in the ancient custom of Beating the Bounds with the Mayor of St Albans District on Sunday 22 May.
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.
St Albans City and District Council has gained White Ribbon status – showing that it is working to end male violence against women.
Rainbows, guides, sports clubs and other voluntary groups are being urged to sign up to the St Albans District Community Lottery.