A PARKING enforcement officer who works in St Albans, Tunde Ogunro, witnessed the horror of June’s London Bridge terror attack first-hand after taking his two daughters on a sightseeing trip through the capital.

The first female bishop joined thousands on a pilgrimage through the streets of St Albans. The Rt Rev Rachel Treweek, who became Bishop of Gloucester in 2015, was set to join the Alban Pilgrimage 2017, a walk through the city centre which tells the story of Alban, the first saint of Great Britain.

The family of a 95-year-old war hero who died after a rupture in his spleen was undetected for hours said “lessons need to be learned”. John Glossop died at Watford Genera l Hospital on April 6, 2015, 19 days after falling while trying to lift a suitcase onto his bed during a visit to his daughter’s home in St Albans.

And a housing officer role was created by St Albans City and District Council to fill 29 empty homes each year with people in need of housing.