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St. Albans benefits from some of the best state and independent sector schools in the country. The close proximity of Hertfordshire University and Oaklands college mean there are a wide range of educational establishments for young and mature students alike.


First World War Centenary Event 3rd August 2014

St Albans CND in collaboration with other local groups is planning a commemorative event on Sunday 3 August to mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War One and to remember the estimated 190 million war dead during the following 100 years. Our members will begin the event adjacent to the war memorial near to St.Peters Church at 2.30pm, with laying of flowers at the memorial and a few words to start the event.

The great “Fisher Fifty Project” launch

Founded in 1965, St John Fisher Primary School, St Albans is looking forward to celebrating its 50th birthday. And in conjunction with this great landmark, they intend to extend the school buildings with a plan (named by a pupil) known as the Fisher Fifty Project.

St John Fisher School are on top of the world

Following recent news about their good Ofsted report, St John Fisher Primary School in Marshalswick, St Albans are now making headlines as the Year 5...

Radio Verulam Presenter and Artist launches ‘Enjoying Later Life’

'You are not winding down, the secular world thinks that, you are coming to a culmination of fruitfulness.'

Don’t miss the M-Fest!

"The money raised will be used to pay for a Radio Station at the school - another way to let people develop their creative side." (R.Noden)

Living the Dream and Exposing the Worries

If you would like to enjoy something slightly differant next week, take a look at the following information on a local performance. This is by young people, for young people.

St John Fisher RC Primary School helps to make Guinness World Record

"We are raising funds for the NSPCC along with other schools and aim to break the world record for the largest maths lesson."

Superman Chris Corbould scoops Honorary Degree

If anyone has spotted the legendary Chris Corbould wandering happily around the streets of St Albans this week, it's because he has just been awarded an honorary Doctor of Arts degree, from the University of Hertfordshire.

A celebration of academic success at St Albans Cathedral

This week is special for St Albans Abbey and Cathedral as an incredible 2,400 graduates from the University of Hertfordshire will be celebrating their acedemic success there.

Wheelie Wednesdays for St John Fisher Primary School

Just weeks after the celebration of their new Prayer Garden, the children of St John Fisher Catholic Primary school have enjoyed the opening of a new bike stand.This flash new stand was officially opened on 25th June 2010!


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Wilco Johnson Band and Glenn Tilbrook at the Alban Arena March...

The Alban Arena is a venue with a rich history of welcoming touring acts, some of which have gone on to world-wide fame - such as Dire Straits, who played there in 1978. I saw the legendary Rory Gallagher there in 1988, more recently The Waterboys and The Gorillaz have graced the stage. It is maybe a sign of the times that more tribute bands than original artists perform there these days. So when two of the UKs most respected musical artists were coming to the Alban Arena it was likely to be an evening not to be missed!