Week Finale events booking

Friday 25th November Harpenden finale: Sustainability -The Way Forward


7:30pm – 10pm Park Hall, Park Hall, Leyton Road, Harpenden, AL5 2LX.

Click here to book for this captivating talk about sustainability by renowned speaker Phil Williams from Plan-it-Eco. How we can create a sustainable future for our children. A rare chance to hear locally from a national expert.

“For a full hour, you could have heard a pin drop as he gave anecdotes of the time he has spent in the Amazon jungle alongside shocking information as to how decisions we make every day are affecting the future of our planet.  Phil left our audience feeling inspired and up lifted but also mindful about the choices we make.” – Tara Clark, The Green Triangle, St Albans

Followed by Business Need to Feed Awards and a drinks reception. £5, £3 for under 16s.

Book via Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sustainable-st-albans-week-harpenden-finale-sustainability-the-way-forward-tickets-28704467836  

makingconnectionsSat 26th November: Making Connections

10am – 11.30pm Council Chamber, Civic Centre, St Peter’s Street, St Albans, AL1 3JE.

Everyone who has helped with an event for Sustainable St Albans week is invited to this speed networking event.

Come prepared to be inspired, share what you’ve achieved and make connections with others inspired by the week.

Tea and cake included. Free. Please book via Eventbrite, so we know numbers https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/making-connections-sustainable-st-albans-week-networking-event-tickets-28331541403

Sat 26th Nov 2pm:   Finale Event ‘The Future of Food – what is the key to Sustainable Food?’


2pm – 5.30pm St Albans Civic Centre Recorded by Radio Verulam.

Click here to book your place.

A panel of food experts will give their views and take your questions.  The debate will be recorded by Radio Verulam.  Discussion groups will explore the topics and look for local solutions. FREE.

Panel includes: Achim Dobermann, the Director of Rothamsted,  Ian Piggott, local farmer (conventional and organic) and chairman of the national charity Farming and Countryside Education, Jeff Heine from Global Justice Now, and Mary Barton, Herts Vegan and Vegetarian Group.

Come and take part in this exciting debate and be part of the recording!
Book via Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-future-of-food-what-is-the-the-key-to-sustainable-food-tickets-2870620804  2pm – 5.30pm Council Chamber, Civic Centre, St.Peter’s Street, St Albans, AL1 3JE.

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