Trestle Theatre Company are delighted to be involved for the second year running with this year’s Sustainable St Albans Week. Throughout the week there will be events and workshops supporting the event as well as information about how you and your community can get involved throughout the week and beyond.
What is Sustainable St Albans Week?
Individuals, organisations and groups around the district run their own local events during the week – events which suits their interests and is related to one of the then themes of the environmental sustainability framework.
- A week of exciting activities/events all about environmental sustainability; waste, natural habitat, heritage, water, transport, energy, health, happiness… See ideas for events click here
- An opportunity to demonstrate we care for the environmental sustainability of our unique historic district
- Connecting individuals and communities of all ages, faiths and diverse interests
On Sunday 20 November Kathryn Holt from Story Tent will be running a family junk modelling session “Replay!”
Come and let your imagination be fired by exploring all sorts of recycled materials and transforming them into art rather than sending them to landfill!
Also in the theatre between 10.30am to 4.30pm there will be a craft fair featuring crystal and recycled jewelry, wool fairies, giftware, picture frames and much more.
On November 23 between 10.30am – 11.30am members of the Sustainable St Albans team will be on hand in Trestle’s Gallery Cafe to answer questions about…
Come and have a coffee with the Herts Playing Out Team and find out how to enable your children to safely play out in your own street.
Come and meet the Our Street Party team and get information and help on how to set up a Street Party in your street.