Introducing the St Albans Post Boxes Trail 2020! The amazing team behind the Post Box Trail in 2018 and 2019 have organised a very special trail in St Albans, Harpenden, Redbourn, Wheathampstead, Park Street, London Colney, Chiswell Green and How Wood this December. On the St Albans Post Box Trail you’ll find 50 post boxes that have been given a festive yarn-bomb make-over!
Visit the St Albans Postboxes website and you’ll find a handy map available for planning your festive Postbox Topper hunting and if you enjoy the St Albans PostBox Toppers then you can donate to support local charities St Albans & District Foodbank and Open Door St Albans! The target this year is £10,000, click here to make a donation.
The postbox toppers are all crocheted, embroidered and stitched by local volunteers, all the materials are donated and the organisation behind the scenes is carried out thanks to the goodwill of many. This means that 100% of donations go to charity.
This year I have sponsored a postbox topper on Sandpit Lane in St Albans, near the junction with Beaumont Avenue and opposite the stunning Christmas Lights of 54 Sandpit Lane, which you can click to read more about. The postbox topper and the festive lights are well worth a visit.
Share Your Photos and Don’t Forget To Donate
Will you find all of the Yuletide Yarnbombs? Share your St Albans Post Boxes photos and tag @stalbanspostboxes on Instagram and Facebook using #stalbanspostboxes and make sure that you visit the fundraising page and donate, every little helps to raise much-needed funds for local charities.
Enjoy the St Albans Post Boxes Trail and make a donation, every penny added together makes a huge difference.
Thank you to Team St Albans Postboxes, Clare Suttie, Candy Stuart and local businesses for working hard behind the scenes to put together such a fantastic community trail.