Welcome

Registrations for the Sustainabilty Festival have now closed! We have over 120/150 events registered and we now have to create the event programme!   For information and to join the SustFest mailing list for updates contact us here

The festival is run by you and facilitated by Sustainable St Albans and St Albans Friends of the Earth.

Welcome to Sustainable St Albans, a group of ordinary people trying to make St Albans District a more environmentally sustainable place to live. Together we find positive and creative ways to act locally to raise awareness and address the challenges of climate change, live more sustainably and move towards a low-carbon economy.  We would love you to join in, come to our events… have a look around…

#SustFest19 Supporters

130+ supporters for the Sustainability Festival 2019 see them all here. Community groups, businesses, schools, youth groups and faith groups.

Sustainability Festival

#SustFest19 150+ events! 11th May to 1st June 2019. Organised by community groups, local businesses, faith groups and schools. Save the Date.

Our Planet Events

Our Planet Our Future continues with Permaculture and Community Growing Monday 11 March 7.30pm at The Harpenden Arms AL5. Book your place

Thermal Imaging Camera

Find out how to borrow FREE – Use the Thermal Imaging Camera to see where heat leaks in your house Oct-Mar

SustFest19 Donations

#SustFest19 Donations welcome! Donate here electroncially with Paypal. Thank-you to all our supporters!

Plastic Free St Albans

Sustainable St Albans is a partner with Plastic Free St Albans – see more on the campaign to reduce single-use plastic

Playing Out

Playing Out St Albans is working with St Albans District Council to create Playing Out in the district. See more here

Events

Events coming up…Our Street Party Information Sessions 5th March, 10.30am at The Harpenden Arms in Harpenden or 6th March, 8pm at The Beech House in St Albans.

Open Food Gardens

Contact us to take part or help for the 2019 Open Food Gardens programme. From spring through summer local food growing gardens will be open to the public with inspiration for growing -your-own.