Sustainable St Albans

logopicSustainable St Albans  is made up of ordinary people and we find positive and creative ways to  act locally to address the challenges of climate change. We are volunteers and welcome anyone with an interest in living sustainably to get involved.

To find our more, please click on the links below. We are working on our new website and hope to bring you that by summer 2018. Meanwhile please have a look below and at our information flyer click here to open   SSA Flyer Jan 18


trugOpen Food Gardens 2018 events – A unique and popular programme of events from April to September – including open allotment days and open gardens –  to inspire and encourage local people to grown their own food. Volunteers always wanted to help with the events.

 



Playing Out  Play Streets St Albans District (a Sustainable St Albans group) is working with St Albans District Council to put in place arrangements for a Play Streets scheme in the St Albans District.  What this space for more news!


fluketi105Thermal Imaging Cameras  – We loan the cameras FREE to residents so they can see where heat/energy is leaking from their homes. This can lead to reducing energy use and saving money on bills.


Talks and films on environmental issues – Special one-off events such as the Electric-Bike Day


Suport18logoSustainable St Albans organises Sustainable St Albans Week in partnership with St Albans Friends of the Earth

 

 

 



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Sustainable St Albans is a charity (No. 1173118) working to build a more environmentally sustainable St Albans district. Before Jan 2018 it was previously known as Transition St Albans.


Website and More Information

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We changed our name and launched as a new charity on 17 Jan 2018. We are working on our new website so please bear with us…but to see our old web site with information about our wide range of activities please see www.transitionstalbans.org