ClockTower Events 10.30 – 3.30pm

The Mayor of St Albans will open the event at The Clocktower 10.30am cutting a recycled newspaper ribbon – things to do, stalls to see, music to hear!

clocktowerstepsClimb the clocktower! The Civic Society have organised a special opening of the ancient clocktower – it is a rare example of a medieval belfry.  Today, the tower still stands face to face with the abbey’s tower and provides fantastic views across the medieval town and far into the Hertfordshire countryside -93 very steep and narrow steps. 

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See the Electric Car Display and have a free ride! Outside the Alban Arena you have a look at the electric cars, take a free ride in a short tour to get the feel of the quietness and smoothness of a car powered on electricity.

Discover all you need to know about local recycling, water-saving and local Green Spaces at the stalls from Affinity Water, Waterwise and St Albans District Council teams. Keep your eye out for other stalls in the market including Population Matters and possibly Greenpeace.

Tap your feet to Ukelele supergroup Katie’s Jumping Fleas  bringing music to the morning with their fabulous sound – twist and shout! Get there early to hear them!

Afternoon Art 12.30-5pm

nudetinCome and visit the ‘Don’t Forget to Flush‘ art exhibition children & adults on behalf of the UN’s World Toilet Day.

Drop-in 12.30-5pm at the Nude Tin Can Gallery 125 Hatfield Road, St Albans AL1 4JS   Talks and free give-aways from Affinity Water 1pm, 3pm and Richard Higgins on waterless compost toilets 2pm.



Evening Vegetarian Meal


Bring and Share Vegetarian Supper 7pm -10pm

All are welcome to bring a vegetarian dish to share and to try other dishes. Families welcome. To book, go to: pre-reserved ticket includes a glass of local organic apple juice and dessert cooked by St.Paul’s Transition Group. St Paul’s Church, Hatfield Road, St Albans AL1 4JP Organised by Friends of the Earth and St Pauls Transition Group £3

Many more activities taking place on Sat 21st Nov

Community Litterpicking, guided walk in Verulamium Park, Five Miles to Fabulous Womens’ Cycle Ride, Constructing a Bug Hotel, and film show ‘The End of the Line’ see Events click here