Events Around Saint Albans

Today to Tue 15 Oct, closest first.    

More details - St Albans Signal Box & Railway Museum
Heritage Open Day: See how a Signal Box works, pull the levers and ring the bells. See Thomas the Tank Engine on the garden railway and ride behind a steam engine in road outside the box.
Ridgmont Road, St. Albans
Sat 21 Sep 19 and Sun 22 Sep

More details - The Premier Hertfordshire Wedding Exhibition
The Hertfordshire Wedding Fair, St Albans is Hertfordshire’s premier wedding fair and is the county’s oldest county wide wedding fair.
Alban Arena
Sun 13 Oct 19

More details - St Albans Country Market
Local food cooperative. Selling cakes, biscuits, scones, savouries, jams & preserves as well as handmade or homegrown items. All produce is homemade fresh, and all cooks hold level 2 hygiene and food safety certificates. All cooks kitchens are registered with St Albans City Council.
St Albans, St Peters Street, near Marks & Spencer
Sun 13 Oct

More details - Fun Palace 2019
Trestle Theatre Company in partnership with St Albans Museum + Gallery and St Albans Central Library will join hundreds of Fun Palaces nationally and internationally set to explode with free and fun activities for all.
St Albans Museum and Gallery, Town Hall, St Peter’s St, St Albans
Sun 6 Oct 19

More details - St Albans Clock Tower
Heritage Open Day: A unique survival of an English town Clock Tower, built in 1405. Climb the atmospheric spiral stone staircase, see the clock and the huge medieval bell, Gabriel. Extensive views from the roof of St Albans city and the surrounding countryside.
Clock Tower, High Street, St. Albans
Thu 19 Sep 19 to Sun 22 Sep

More details - Children's Graffiti Trail
Heritage Open Day: Throughout Heritage Open Days, use one of our trails to explore the building and find some of our medieval graffiti along the way! Did you know that there are examples of graffiti on many of the Cathedral’s walls, some dating to the 16th century?
St Albans Cathedral, Sumpter Yard, St. Albans
Today to Sun 22 Sep

More details - Jolly Bookworms
Jolly Bookworms is a toddler class designed to give your child a lifelong love of books. We read stories, make crafts, play games and do a tiny bit of phonics. Toys and books always available for those who like to do their own thing. Plus drinks and homemade cake. Ideal class for siblings.
St. Paul’s Church, Blandford Rd, St. Albans
Mon 23 Sep, Mon 30 Sep, Mon 7 Oct, Mon 14 Oct, Mon 21 Oct, Mon 4 Nov

More details - Abbey Gateway Tours
Heritage Open Day: Tour of the most complete medieval gateway in England including a museum relating to the history of St Albans School founded in 948 AD.
St. Albans School, Abbey Gateway, St. Albans
Sun 22 Sep 19

More details - BCS Herts: AGM followed by Visit to Verulamium Museum
Containing a wide variety of Roman artefacts excavated from the site of the town of Verulamium, the Verulamium Museum is considered one of the best museums of Roman history in the country. The AGM will be followed by an opportunity to explore Verulamium Museum with BCS Herts after hours.
Verulamium Museum, St. Michael’s Street, St. Albans
Wed 18 Sep 19

More details - The Roman Theatre
Heritage Open Day: The Roman Theatre of Verulamium is unique.Built in 140AD it is the only example of it’s kind in Britain, being a theatre with a stage rather than an Amphitheatre. Dating back to 140AD, the Roman Theatre is the only fully excavated example of its kind in Britain.
Gorhambury Drive, Gorhambury, St. Albans
Sun 22 Sep 19

More details - Charity Fair
Come along and enjoy a Charity Fair with all proceeds going to Rennie Grove Hospice Care. There will be a wide range of stalls, refreshments, tombola and lots more!
Wadley Hut, 56 Watford Road, St Albans
Sun 29 Sep 19

More details - Face Front Theatre | It's My Move
Face Front Inclusive Theater presents It’s My Move which is a show about the transition from school to adult life for young people with mild to moderate Learning disabilities/difficulties and their parent/carers.
Trestle Theatre Company Ltd, Trestle Arts Base, Russet Drive, St Albans, Herts
Tue 1 Oct 19

More details - Bait Theatre | Kill the Princess
What happens when the glass slipper doesn’t fit? Is it time to put a bullet in the princess’ head? In a savagely playful subversion of identity, Lecoq/LISPA-trained clowns, poets and storytellers Lizzy Shakespeare and Michelle Madsen upend beliefs and expectations in a fantastic game, using clown, spoken word and...
Trestle Theatre Company Ltd, Trestle Arts Base, Russet Drive, St Albans, Herts
Fri 11 Oct 19

More details - Highfield Park Apple Day
Come and enjoy a day to celebrate apples. This event is just one of many apple days which are run all over the country. You can buy apples grown in our orchards, taste and buy delicious Highfield Park apple juice and cider. Enjoy visiting a wide range of craft stalls, join in with an apple juicing demonstration.
YMCA Community Gym, Russet Drive, St Albans
Sun 6 Oct 19

The BIG Model Show 2019 More details - The BIG Model Show 2019
St Albans Model Engineering Society the BIG MODEL SHOW 2019 Free miniature train rides; Model locomotives in steam, Model boats; Free ‘Have-a-go’ radio controlled model boats; Meccano displays; RNLI and vistiting club stands; Helicopter, Model Aircraft and Drone flying display, Model Railway layouts, Radio
Townsend Church of England School, High Oakes, St Albans, Herts
Sat 28 Sep 19 and Sun 29 Sep
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More details - Specks, Spots and Nonsense
Stamp collectors have always been fascinated by what are called “varieties” caused by errors in the design or engraving of stamps and the speaker on this occasion specialises in collecting such material. Hence the intriguing title of our first talk and display of the new season - ’Specks, Spots and Nonsense’.
School Room, St Mary’s Church, Childwickbury (Off A1081 St. Albans - Harpenden Road)
Wed 18 Sep 19

More details - Oxfam Walk for Water 2019
Join Oxfam supporters for their annual Walk for Water - formerly the Herts Hike - on Saturday 21st September 2019. Now celebrating its 25th year, the Walk is run entirely by volunteers and attracts some 200 people.
Scout hut Heartwood Forest Sandridgebury Lane Sandridge
Sat 21 Sep 19

More details - Redbournbury Watermill
Heritage Open Day: A working watermill, mill museum and bakery. Eighteenth-century restored working watermill, producing organic stone-ground flours and bread. Museum, milling demonstrations and artisan bakery on site.
Redbournbury Mill, Redbournbury Lane, St. Albans
Sat 21 Sep, Sun 22 Sep

More details - Annual Potato Shindig gets underway at Willows Activity Farm
Grab your shovel and get digging at Willows Activity Farm - as this year’s Potato Shindig gets underway.
Coursers Road, London Colney, St Albans
Today to Sun 29 Sep

More details - St Albans Time Turn Festival
Heritage Open Day: Go back in time as St Albans turns back the clocks! On Sunday 22nd September, the second weekend of Heritage Open Days, St Albans will be celebrating our heritage and the famous people who have lived and worked here.
, St. Albans
Sun 22 Sep 19

More details - Nearly new NCT sale
Nearly new sale. Entrance is £1 for adults. 12:30-2pm, NCT members from 12 noon. Refreshments available. High quality, low cost clothes, Shoes, prams, equipment, Books, toys and games.
Onslow St Audrey’s school, Old Rectory Drive, Hatfield
Sat 12 Oct 19

More details - Come and Sing 'Feel the Spirit' by John Rutter
Join us in rehearsing and performing John Rutter’s ’Feel the Spirit’, a wonderfully uplifting and vivid arrangement of seven American spirituals including ’When the saints come marching in’, ’Deep River’ & ’Joshua fit the battle of Jericho’.
St George’s School, Sun Lane Harpenden
Sat 12 Oct 19

More details - Nicks Dance School Presents A Strictly Social
Ever wished you could learn the cheeky Cha Cha? Dreamt about learning to do an elegant Waltz? Always wondered how to Rumba? Here’s your opportunity! Every week Nicks Dance School teaches Latin & Ballroom adult dance classes in Potters Bar.
North Mymms Memorial Hall Station Road Welham Green
Fri 20 Sep 19

More details - NATIONAL TRUST Watford and District Association
Speaker: Len Little. Subject: The operational Use and Deployment of Police Dogs. Len returns with his third lecture to us on Police Dogs.
Stanborough Centre, 609 St Albans Road, Garston, Watford
Thu 3 Oct 19

More details - “Managing RSPB Nature Reserves for the Future” - Graham White
Illustrated talk organised by Watford Local RSPB Group. This talk will explore how RSPB wetland reserves are being managed for the future.
Stanborough Centre, 609, St Albans Rd, Watford
Wed 9 Oct 19

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