Sport and leisure
As part of the loosening of lockdown regulations, the government has announced that museums and galleries are now allowed to reopen.
St Albans Charter Market has been shortlisted for a prestigious Great British Food Award – and you can vote it into first place.
Park visitors in St Albans District are urged not to drop litter and cause environmental damage during the “Super Saturday” weekend.
Management contracts for seven major leisure facilities in St Albans District will be put out to tender next year.
Voluntary and community groups can now apply for grants of up to £5,000 from a fund operated by St Albans City and District Council.
A revised budget for a multi-million-pound St Albans City Centre development should be voted on next month, Councillors have proposed.
Live music, cocktail-making demonstrations and craft sessions are to take place online as part of a reimagined Alban Weekend.
Visitors enjoying the attractions of Verulamium Park in St Albans are being urged NOT to feed the birds.
St Albans Museum + Gallery has been lit up in blue and green to show ongoing support for frontline workers dealing with the Coronavirus outbreak.
Action is being taken to deal with excess litter in St Albans District’s parks and green spaces during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Comments and questions about a major St Albans City Centre development are to be put to the project team at an online meeting open to the public.
Media release from Hertfordshire Resilience
A new eco-friendly surface is being trialled at a footpath in one of St Albans District’s flagship parks.
'Celebrate VE Day 75 this Friday 8 May at home’, that’s the plea from Hertfordshire’s county council, 10 district and borough councils, emergency services and our local NHS.
The Schools in Bloom contest for St Albans District is returning this year despite the Covid-19 emergency.
Spoil from the development of Harpenden leisure centre is free of asbestos and other contaminants, Councillors have been assured.