Amersham Town Council in conjunction with Amersham’s high schools is organising a Climate Action Day at St Michael and all his Angels church on the 23rd of March from 10-1 pm.
The event, lead by local students, will focus on sustainable fashion and will feature fashion shows, stalls with information on the impact of fast fashion and ideas on how to make our fashion choices count.
By counting all the plastic you throw away for a week, you can help gather the vital evidence we need to convince UK ministers, supermarkets and big brands to lead the way at global talks that could finally phase out plastic production for good.
Let’s get counting!
Join us for a talk about how farmers, nature and volunteers have worked together for positive change in the Chilterns.
When things look bare and cold, what nature might you see? Join naturalist and photographer John Tyler on an online tour of winter wildlife in the coming “The countryside in winter: wildlife in nature’s hardest season” on Wednesday 31st January.
Sustainable Amersham launched in January its first People Planet Pastry event at Jester cafe (close to Amersham station).
Anyone could turn up to this free event and get to know people in the community at the same time as having some stimulating conversations about the beautiful nature that surrounds us and the things that we can do to make sure that we protect the environment we have to live in.
Wild Amersham will hold a nature and craft activity for children on Saturday 14th February, where they can make or paint a home for garden birds.
On September the 10th Amersham Band and Wild Amersham supported nature activities at the band site including activities for children.
Wild Amersham volunteers were at the Climate Action Day on 10 June in new Amersham, providing information about composting, hedgehogs and green gardening as well as fun educational nature activities for children.
Wild Amersham became a Team of Sustainable Amersham and set up five working
groups: Green Gardening, Nature Records, Events, Communications and a Steering Group. The groups meet regularly online (and occasionally in person) to organise and plan for great wild things!
The Sustainable Amersham Book Club had its first meeting to discuss an excellent book about the UK’s food strategy, and its impact on health and the environment. This was ‘Ravenous: How to Get Ourselves and Our Planet Into Shape’ by Henry Dimbleby, author of the National Food Strategy.
Join us at Amersham Library in the 19th November for our next free talk revisiting how to use less energy saving money and the planet!
Sustainable Amersham and the Chesham Bois Parish Council work together to make this years Village Fete more sustainable
A group tour of two very important centres was arranged for Sustainable Amersham by FCC Environment on Monday 18th October 2021. FCC Environment is one
Help Bucks go green for the Great Big Green Week! In support of these two national events, Sustainable Amersham will be at the regular Tuesday