St Albans Good Neighbour Scheme

Your neighbour may need your help but probably won’t want to ask

The St Albans Good Neighbour Scheme has been solving this problem for over 35 years. Many of our neighbours live on their own and have nobody to call upon when they need extra help. We provide a phone line which they can ring. We then link those who need help with those who are happy to give it.   We need to keep reviewing our volunteer list.   COULD WE ADD YOUR NAME?

We need:

Duty Officers to answer our phone from their own homes;

Practical people who can do little tasks such as fix curtain rails or do shopping;

Drivers who can take people to hospital appointments;

Befrienders who can visit somebody on a regular basis.

It is very flexible. Some volunteers help out a few times a year and others a few times a week.

It is very enjoyable. Expenses are reimbursed.

If you would like to get involved please ring the number above to find out more or look up our website.

www:sagns.org

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How Wood Christmas Lights Turn On – Thursday 30th November

It’s that time of the year again where we hope to get everyone in the Christmas spirit by enjoying an evening of music, food and of course our Christmas Lights switch on.

This year the event is begins at 5.30pm out side How Wood shops on Thursday 30th November.

During the evening their will be music from our local Big Band, carols from the local school choir, mulled wine, mince pies and a BBQ.

The lights will be switched on (all being well) at 6pm, hopefully by a member of Saracens Rugby Union team, and this year we are pleased to announce that they will be a brand new set of lights along the shop facades.

 

The local shops will also be open late, so don’t miss out on what hopefully be a lovely family event.

 

We hope to see you all there!

Park Street Remembrance Day Parade

St Stephen Parish Remembrance Day Parade and Service will be held in Park Street on Sunday 12 November 2017 to give members of the local community the opportunity to pay tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice, not only in the First and Second World Wars, but also in more recent conflicts.


The Service will start with a Parade of Standards by local youth organisations, led by Harpenden Pipe Band.

The parade will form up on Park Street, by the railway bridge south of the junction with Hawfield Gardens, at 2.15pm from where it will make its way along Park Street to the War Memorial.

Anyone wishing to take part in the parade should assemble in the Village Hall Car Park by 2.00pm.

During the service, which will begin at the Memorial at approximately 2.45pm, there will be the opportunity for individuals to lay a personal tribute.

The parade will march back to the Village Hall Car Park at the end of the service.

Please note that car parking in the vicinity is limited and there will be a road closure in place between Hawfield Gardens and Park Street Lane 2.15pm -4.00pm.