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Green Badge training course for St Albans Tour Guides announced

St Albans City and District Tour Guides are all volunteers who have an enthusiasm and commitment to promoting the City of St Albans and District to visitors and local residents alike. If you would like to join us we are running a training programme that starts in the autumn. Training will be to standards set by The Institute of Tourist Guiding and successful candidates will be awarded the coveted Green Badge.
To find out more, come along to one of our information mornings on either 25th March or 1st April. To register for one of the sessions, or even if you are not able to attend on either date, click  here for more information.

See  us on our market stall in St Albans on Saturday 8th April

St Albans Tour Guides will be taking a stall in St Albans market on Saturday 8th April, from 8:30 a.m. onwards. If you are shopping in St Albans that day, feel free to stop by and talk to us about our walks and talks. This will be a good opportunity to find out about our public walks, and also to ask us about what we can offer for private groups. If your organisation is considering a St Albans-themed walk or talk, this is your chance to talk us to find out what we do and can offer.

New start point for our city walks in St Albans

From 11th January 2017, all city walks in St Albans, with the exception of Fishpool Street - Rags and Riches and A Roman City Revealed, will start from in front of the Clock Tower, in St Albans High Street. This is because of the current work being undertaken to convert the Old Town Hall into the new St Albans Museum and Gallery.

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