Throughout the year, we offer a range of events for members and non-members. These include regular speaker evenings covering topical interests – for example we have included subjects varying from preserving the green belt to youth interests in St. Albans. The full diary of events is usually published in the Autumn.
There is an Annual General Meeting (usually held in June) when all members are invited to give their views on past and future happenings in our city.
Perhaps the highlight of the year is our Awards Evening in October where we celebrate best practice in current architecture and design – for both buildings and our green spaces.
Additionally, we participate in the St Albans Residents First Weekend and Heritage Open Days, and arrange visits to other interesting and historic towns.
There are no upcoming events.
A talk by Ian Harvey, Executive Director of Civic Voice
In a change from the original programme, we have an update on activities within Civic Voice including the design awards.
A talk by Bob Thompson. A joint meeting with Herts Association of Architects.
A talk by Catherine Newley, Audience Development Manager at the Museum.
We are delighted to announced that Sir Terry Farrell will be our speaker at this event to be held in the Library at St Albans School. His topic is Designing Modern Architecture in a Historic City.
Please note that space is limited and you must reserve a place in advance, see attached for further details.
Annual Awards Evening for members and invited guests
The Maltings Arts Theatre 7.30pm for 8pm start
Refreshments – FREE
The Octagon Room, St Peter’s Church, St Peter’s Street at 8pm, followed by refreshments and opportunity to chat to fellow members.
Paid-up members only.
Civic Day is a national celebration of civic pride. It is taking place on Saturday 17 June 2017 throughout the UK, with events organised by Civic Societies and Civic Voice. Further details here shortly.
A talk by Jonathan Mein on Public Commemoration of the First World War in St Albans
The Cross Street Centre* Dagnall Street at 8.00pm – FREE