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Save the Maltings Theatre

by awitherick on 2 December, 2011

Want a say on what’s going to happen at the Maltings Arts Theatre? There’s a public meeting on Wednesday, 7 December 2011 at 7pm so people can give your views on how you would like the venue to be used in the future. The open stakeholder forum meeting is being organised by St Albans City and District […]

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Free parking? More money for shopping!

by awitherick on 27 November, 2011

You might have missed last Thursday, but there’s a few more before Christmas! And with some local retaillers opening late on Thursdays to help people get their Christmas shopping done in time you can also benefit from free parking. Retailers in Christopher Place and the Maltings will welcome customers until 7pm on Christmas late night shopping […]

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Want to get active?

by awitherick on 13 July, 2011

Want to try an activity you haven’t played for years, or tried before? Is it time to lead a more active lifestyle? Want to play in a fun, relaxed and sociable environment with like-minded people? If you answered YES to any of the above then you’ll be interested in the Summer GBI… programme being organised by Active St […]

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Don’t become a statistic this summer

by awitherick on 10 July, 2011

Crime has fallen by 10.7% across St Albans City and District for the year ending 31 March 2011 when the Liberal democrats were in control of St Albans, compared with the same period the previous year. This is the largest reduction in crime reported in Hertfordshire. The figures have been released by St Albans City and District […]

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All sorts of things in 2012…

by awitherick on 6 July, 2011

As well as waiting for the lottery (and failing to get any!) Olympic tickets, there’s also a bigger prize awaited for 2012…. The council has put in to become a Lord Mayoralty as one of the honours being bestowed by the Queen during her Diamond Jubilee year. Is it worth it? It’s more than […]

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Live Music for young people

by awitherick on 24 June, 2011

As you get ready to enjoy Friday night spare a thought for those under 18 who can’t nip down to the local pub to enjoy an evening out and about. The Liberal Democrats have raised this issue on a number of occasions and as a a result a request that young people be consulted on the opportunities […]

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Fresh Ways to Work, an initiative launched last October by Network St Albans under the previous Liberal Democrat administration, has received a boost by way of a prestigious endorsement from the Undersecretary of State for Transport, Liberal Democrat MP Norman Baker. The Fresh Ways to Work project is part funded by the European Union, and […]

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As local councillors we are proud to present an exciting and varied Festival programme covering theatre and dance, music, comedy, outdoor events and guided walks. We have a new event to mark the start of this year’s Festival – our FREE One Day ‘Festival for All’. Join us on Saturday 18th June from 1pm in […]

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As you will have probably seen St Albans Clock Tower has reopened its doors to visitors, following conservation work carried out by St Albans City and District Council, which owns the building. The wooden louvre slats covering some of the windows have been replaced and repointing of brickwork has been carried as part of the […]

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St Albans City and District Council is giving away 10 tonnes of free compost to mark National Compost Awareness Week this week, (1st – 7th May) which is aimed at encouraging people to recycle their waste for composting. Residents will be entitled to take away up to three bags full of peat-free compost on Sunday […]

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