A new publication from the St Albans & Hertfordshire Architectural & Archaeological Society reveals the life of a remarkable Tudor woman, and her place in the story of the sixteenth century.
The Clock Tower is an iconic part of the rich heritage of St Albans, so Caroline Howkins, who leads the Society's clock tower team, decided it should form part of the Society's celebrations of its 175th anniversary.
After a long delay, the Society's 175th anniversary exhibition finally opens in the St Albans Museum + Gallery
A chance find in a local attic of 300 architects’ plans shines new light on the development of housing, shops and factories in St Albans between the 1870s and the 1940s.
Architect Percival Blow, who made a huge contribution to the built landscape of St Albans, is the subject of a new book published by the Society.
Isobel Thompson reviews the conference on late Roman Verulamium held at the end of June 2019, co-organised by the Society with Welwyn Archaeological Society and St Albans Museums.