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waterbottleroundExploring how to make a more sustainable St Albans District – we are a group of ordinary people and you are invited to bring your own interests and skills and join in!

Many open events in Sept with an Open Food Garden on Sun 13th and two events as part of St Albans Food & Drink Festival: Grow It! Cook it! Eat it! on Wed 23 Sept and Just Eat It a film about food waste on Tues 29 Sept- book here.  We have also just heard that Sustainable St Albans Week is a finalist in the Herts Ad Community Awards 2015!

Together we are finding positive and creative ways to act locally to address the challenges of climate change, live more sustainably, and move towards a low-carbon economy. Also see Sustainable St Albans Week 21-28 November 2015


Open Food Garden Event

Sunday 13 September

Food growing skills sharing 2 The Almonds, off The Poplars, St Albans, AL1 1UZ – Sunday 13th September, drop in anytime between 3-5 pm. To find out more click here

The owners decided that they did not need a lawn and instead built a curved raised bed in the centre of the back garden where they grow a variety of vegetables (including broad beans, peas and runner beans), fruit (strawberries and blueberries), a selection of herbs, salad leaves and tomatoes. These can all be picked as needed from just outside the back door.

The garden also has flowers to attract insects, a pond and a bog garden. Extensive use is made of recycled materials (wood chippings to form paths; compost bin made from recycled pallet wood); there are several water butts, compost bins and re-used containers for food growing.


Open Meetings – To find out more about TSA come along to our Open Meetings  or events the meetings have a presentation or film on different subjects for discussion: everyone welcome – you don’t need to know anything about Transition! 


Transition Streets


 Becoming a member of Transition

Being a member of Transition is being involved in any way that suits you. If you want to come along to the Open Meetings you can meet other members and find out more about the various groups that are running and get involved.


Find out more

Have a look around this website to explore the projects that you could join up with, whether Transition Streets, food growing, community energy , Zero Waste or coming along to the Open Meetings.   Or click her to see the Film page of this website to see some short, some longer films which give a flavour of the Transition movement. To see our constitution, and more about our steering group see the Governance pages.  If you are savvy with social media please like our Facebook page or add our Twitter account and you will get reminders of events as well as other news. 

Or you could start your own project!  Sign up to our monthly newsletter by sending us your email address  – send to: info at transitionstalbans dot org and you will receive detailed news every month.


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