Founded in 1961 and part of the nationwide civic society movement, we are a registered charity, number 200330, and a non party-political and non religious organisation, ready to welcome everyone who cares about the future of St Albans.
Often referred to as the ‘City’s Watchdogs’, the Civic Society is the conservation and amenity movement for St Albans. We are a member of the national organisation 'Civic Voice'. So, do join us, maybe to offer to help, or maybe just to show you support our aims. We offer, above all, a chance to be involved and have a say in what our city looks like and how it functions.
View the stage 1 reply to our complaint to the district council here Join us in campaigning for a better resolution to this appalling state of affairs.
Saturday 8 October Autumn coach visit to Cheltenham Spa Price t.b.a. Optional tour by Cheltenham Civic Society and lunch. Booking form in 2 September newsletter. For advanced details/provisional reservation contact Brian Holmes, by emailing here.
View our programme of events for 2016. Our events card is here
Committee Members (2015/6) are: Tim Boatswain (Chairman) 07873 586074 Jill Singer (Secretary) 838965 John Thomson (Treasurer) 838530 Bryan Hanlon (Membership Secretary) 851734 Marion Hammant, Malcolm Holliday, Eric Roberts, Paul Brecknell, Brian Holmes, David Lloyd Robert Osborne, Michael Fookes (co-opted),Geraint John: Society President (co-opted) Rita Waldron (Spokeperson - licensing), Tony Mason (Spokeperson - Verulamium Park)
Our website has details of our aims, how to join us, our campaigns, and topical news. Information is given in each of the section headings as well as on the drop down menus