Plastic Free St Albans

Follow the Blue Dot Art Trail #SustFest 11th May to 1st June

Plastic Free St Albans is taking part in the St Albans Sustainability Festival for a second year. This time we will be partnering with the Herts Visual Arts Forum, and local artists, to present the Blue Dot Art Trail, displaying thought-provoking and beautiful environmentally-themed pieces of art in many of the local businesses who have supported our goal of cutting single use plastics in the city over the last year.

See all venues and map of the trail here

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Rubber Jellyfish film screening

7.30pm Thur 28th March at The Inn on the Park.

Tickets are limited. More information and booking here

This is a joint event from Plastic Free St Albans and Sustainable St Albans – chosen to coincide with Plastic Free St Albans’ ‘Don’t Let Go!’ campaign and petition to prevent local balloon releases, and to discourage the use of balloons by businesses as promotional materials.

This is only the second UK screening of this brand new Australian film – exploring the effects of helium balloons on the environment, wildlife and human beings.

Rubber Jellyfish Trailer from Conservation Heart Films on Vimeo.

Sustainable St Albans is a partner with Plastic Free St Albanswhich is an alliance of local people concerned about our impact on the environment.  We are working together to reduce the use of single use plastics in St Albans: especially straws; plastic water bottles and balloons.

We are also working with Refill St Albans to increase the number of places you can top up your reusable water bottle.

See the Plastic Free St Albans website click here.

See information about the ‘Don’t Let Go’ campaign and petition here

Find out more

See the Plastic Free St Albans website and more about how you can take part and help reduce plastic pollution here

Join us on social media Tweet @plasticfreesta and Facebook

Twitter_Logo_BlueThe group grew from the St Albans and Harpenden Refuse the Straw campaigns, Sustainable St Albans, and St Albans Friends of the Earth. We want to promote conscious choices around the usage of plastic, and to involve local people and businesses in actions to make St Albans plastic free.