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Sustainable St Albans Week

Sustainable St Albans Week

Are you interested in the countryside, food, nature, clean air, community, cutting waste and clean energy?  Do you get frustrated by seeing waste all around; unused food, rubbish on the ground, lights left on? Do you want a secure future for yourself and your children, living in this lovely district?

Then you care about  sustainability and you will enjoy Sustainable St Albans  Week – an exciting new week in St Albans District calendar – all about environmental sustainability! The week is being launched on Sat 21st Nov 10.30am when the Mayor will officially open the week at The Clocktower St Albans High St, with music, activities and stalls.

 With over 100+ events taking place across the district there’s something for everyone: guided nature walks, food events, children’s story-telling, a Green and Ethical Fashion event, an art exhibition, talks and a Green Careers Fair for under 25’s with dynamic young professionals giving advice on how to get work in environmentally friendly industries. Join in, have fun, learn something!

 Taking place just before the Paris Global Climate Change conference #Cop21 the week is all about raising awareness of, and taking practical action to build a future environmentally sustainable St Albans District.

Under the umbrella of SuStAinable StAlbans week, over 100 local groups: businesses, community, faith groups and 20 schools -  are running an event during the week - related to the ten themes of sustainable living – from health and happiness, sustainable food to zero carbon!
To find out more about SuStAinable StAlbans Week you can visit their market stall at The St Albans Christmas Switch On Sun 15th Nov, where you can pick up the Programme of Events for the week or go online to download the Programme see below or go to

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by Philip Kenchington, - 09/11/2015 00:00


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