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The St Albans Nutcracker Trail

St Albans City centre is set to be invaded by a new soldier army over the festive period thanks to the St Albans BID.

Fifteen giant nutcracker soldiers and their King will be positioned at key locations around St Albans City and surrounding villages as part of the St Albans Nutcracker Trail from 25th November 2017 to 4th January 2018. 

SA Law is delighted to support the local initiative that encourages those taking part to take in the sights of the city as they take on the trail to find all 15 nutcrackers. And we are more than happy to welcome the latest recruit ‘Sentry Sonny Snorbens’ to our team! 

How to take part in the St Albans BID Nutcracker Trail 

  1. Look out for the St Albans Nutcracker Trail booklets in the town and pick up a copy to take part. SA Law St Albans office has some available in the reception area too, please feel free to pop in. 

  2. Wander around the city and nearby villages to find the 15 Nutcracker Soldiers and king marked on the map within the booklet. 
  3. As you find each one, write their name down on the Trail Sheet. Once you’ve found all the names, fill in your details and post the Trail Sheet into the St Albans Nutcracker Trail post box located by the St Albans Christmas Market in Vintry Gardens.

The Trail will run from the 25th November 2017 to the 4th January 2018.
One winner will be drawn out and will win an iPad Mini. For further information and competition details visit the St Albans BID website by clicking here, 

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