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St Albans Mayor’s Pride Awards 2022

Nominations are now open for the St Albans Mayor’s Pride Awards 2022, held to celebrate the extraordinary people and outstanding organisations making a positive contribution to the local community.

Categories are:

Community Champion of the Year ­

Cultural Innovation Award

Young Person of Distinction

Community Project of the Year

Community-Oriented Business of the Year.

Environmental Champion of the Year

Volunteer Award

Inclusive Communities Award

There will also be a special award for 2022 – The Frontline Worker Award for somebody who worked throughout the pandemic delivering essential services to the community.

Finally, St Albans mayor Cllr Edgar Hill, pictured above, will make a special Mayor’s Award to an organisation or individual he would like to personally recognise for outstanding work during his year as Mayor.

You can nominate the person, organisation, group, charity or project of your choice here.

The deadline for nominations is 11.59pm on February 7. Nominations will be reviewed by a judging panel headed by the mayor and consisting of members of the community. All winners and runners up will be invited to a celebratory event at St Michael’s Manor Hotel on March 29 when the awards will be presented.

Community Governance Review

During 2022, St Albans City and District Council is conducting a review of the whole district, looking at community governance arrangements at parish council / town council level.  

Community governance allows people living in a community, and who therefore have a vested interest in that community, to make the decisions affecting it. Focusing on community in this way, distinguishes this form of governance from others where people may not be directly affected by the decisions they take.

The purpose of the review is to ensure that community governance arrangements reflect local identities and interests, and are effective and convenient for electors and elected representatives.  

Community governance reviews may consider a variety of topics, including:

  • whether to create a new parish / town council
  • whether to alter parish / town council electoral arrangements (e.g. number of wards / number of councillors)
  • whether to alter the boundary of an existing parish / town council
  • whether to group a number of parishes together

Further information about community governance reviews is available on The Local Government Boundary Commission for England’s website: www.lgbce.org.uk/how-reviews-work/other-types-of-review/about-community-governance-reviews

St Albans City and District Council’s public consultation will begin in January 2022.

During the consultation period, information about the review will be available on St Albans City and District Council’s website and at the Civic Centre council offices.

Contact Electoral Services on elections@stalbans.gov.uk for further information about the review.

Ice Cream Van Concession 2022/23

Expressions of interest are invited for the provision of an ice cream van at Greenwood Park, Chiswell Green and Park Street Recreation Ground, Park Street, St Albans for the year April 2022 – March 2023.

Interested parties should email the Assistant Clerk, Isabel Crozier at isabel@ststephen-pc.gov.uk with the company name and full contact details no later than 31 January 2022. Deadline for tender submission is 7 February 2022.

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