The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) distributes a share of the income from the National Lottery to projects aimed at preserving and making accessible the nation’s heritage. Our ‘Bringing the History of Smallford Station to Life’ Project has received a grant from the HLF ‘All our Stories’ Funding to run from January to December 2013.
The local council’s website. Smallford falls under the Parish of Colney Heath.
Contains listings of local clubs, businesses and information on St Albans in general.
St Albans: Fleetville, Camp, Hill End, Marshalswick, Smallford, Cell Barnes. An everyday local history by Mike Neighbour.
Fleetville Diaries was formed in April 2010 and is run by a group of enthusiastic local residents.
The University of Hertfordshire is an ambitious and entrepreneurial University. It offers excellence in teaching, learning and research.
People have always had a fascination with disused railway lines and stations. Following the opening of the first railway lines in the 1820’s, stations have been closing; many in the last century because they were resited to a more suitable location.
The St Albans History website presents history, memories, photos and opinions about the city of St Albans in Hertfordshire.
History, memories, photos and comments about Hatfield in Hertfordshire.
National charity devoted to protecting and enhancing rural England. Encourages the sustainable use of land and other natural resources in town and country.
Herts Memories, where you can share and enjoy photos, memories and historical research on Hertfordshire.
History at your fingertips. The Heritage Hub brings together interests in history and heritage from across the University of Hertfordshire.
Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies (HALS)
We are the specialist centre for the discovery of Hertfordshire’s history from 1060 to the present day.
St Albans Rugby Club is based in Oaklands Lane, Smallford.
Twinned with Boissy sous-St Yon, France, the Colney Heath Twinning Association enjoys a fun and active membership.
Working locally on Global Matters: We are a group of ordinary people of St Albans exploring how to make our city more sustainable, together. We want to find positive and creative ways to act together locally to address the challenges of climate change and declining cheap energy supplies.
Smallford Station Ticket Office, a Grade II Listed Building, is owned by O’Shea’s and stands on their Smallford site. We are most grateful for their support with our Station Projects, including allowing us to access the ticket office. O’Shea’s stock and provide a broad spectrum of specialist plant in regular demand by the construction industry together with a wide range of general tools and site equipment.