Partners and Useful Links

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Useful Links

Active St Albans
The Community Sports Network for the City and District of St Albans, helping YOU get active.

Carers in Herts
Aiming to provide quality services to all carers throughout Hertfordshire.

Channel Mogo
A brand-new website for Hertfordshire's young people aged between 11 and 19 (extended to age 25 for young people with a disability or learning difficulty).

Department for Communities and Local Government
Responsible for national government policy on community partnerships.

Hertfordshire Association of Parish and Town Councils
Exists to protect and promote the interests, rights, function and privileges of member councils; to support members in the performance of their duties and to promote and develop the social, cultural and recreational life of their areas. It also exists to promote a widespread and well informed interest in local government.

Hertfordshire Environmental Forum
Undertakes environmental programmes to raise awareness and bring together decision makers to mould environmental policies locally and nationally.

Hertfordshire Forward (Hertfordshire's LSP)
The Local Strategic Partnership for Hertfordshire. 

St Albans Enterprise Agency
Offering help with starting or developing your business and advice on business problems you need to understand better or want to get an independent view upon.

St Albans Values Energy (SAVE)
Find out how you can do your bit to fight climate change and save money at the same time by saving energy.

Volunteering Herts
Provides information, support and guidance to new and existing volunteers, and to volunteer-involving organisations.

Youth Connexions
A service for young people which aims to provide information and advice, guidance and support, and personal development opportunities for all 13-19 year olds (up to 25 years for young people with learning difficulties and/or disabilities).

Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce

Rothamsted Research

Age UK Hertfordshire

Hertfordshire Police Authority

Date of last review: 13 September 2016