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Local businesses support action on fly tipping at Soothouse Spring

Bernards Heath is a unique, widely used public space in St Albans. Close to the centre of town, it provides attractive open spaces and woodland of historic interest, quite unlike parks in the city. Unfortunately, its very nature lends itself

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Townsend Drive parking

Until now it’s been almost impossible to find a parking space in Townsend Drive, Palfrey Close or Waverley Road because of all day parking. Bernards Heath is on the right-hand side of the photo. The introduction this week of a

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The Lower Heath – what’s happening now?

We were very grateful to everyone who contacted the press and their local Councillors when we got the shock news, only a week ahead of the Cabinet Panel meeting on 9 December, that Hertfordshire County Council (“HCC”) was going back

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Beating the Bounds

A walk around the parish of St Saviour’s, Sandpit Lane conducted by local historian Peter Burley. Meet at the hall, 25 Sandpit Lane at 2.00 pm on Sunday 19th February. The walk will be followed by tea and a talk

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Farewell to the temporary road

Work on the removal of hundreds of tons of sand and hardcore which made up the road across the Lower Field has been going ahead this week and it looks as if it will be completed next week beginning 30th

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Early morning on the Heath

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2017

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Please help us to save the Lower Field

URGENT – Action needed before Friday 9 December We promised to post our response to the County Council’s bombshell last Friday – and here it is. Remember that the County Council can give itself planning permission for school building –

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Lower Heath under threat again!

We need your help We heard last Friday (2 December) that the County Council will put the old fire station site off Harpenden Road (“the Ariston Site”) on the market for housing in Spring 2017. At the same time, the

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Fontmell Close open again

It must be a great relief to residents of Fontmell and Bridle close that almost all traces of the sinkhole have gone after 14 months of repair works.  The Grand Opening is on Saturday, 3rd December. FoBH looks forward to

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