SuStAinable St Albans Evening – FoodCycle and Spice Drops

The St Albans Soroptimist Club had an inspirational eSustainability Weekvening as part of SuStAinable St Albans 2016. Group Members plus many guests explored sustainability with informative talks from FoodCycle and Spice Drops – this event was part of Sustainable St Albans Week 19-26 Nov Ellie Jenkins from Sustainable St Albans said “I had a great time, everyone was very welcoming and I thought the quality of talks was fantastic-thank you so much for being involved in the week!”                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

58-Libby Foodcycle59-Gouri Spic Drops

We had  2 speakers on the night pictured here:

Libby Brown, Senior Fundraising Officer of FoodCycle – reducing food waste, food poverty and buildFoodCycleing communities                                                                                                                                                                    

Gouri Kubair, Director of Holy Lama Spice Drops – Great Taste Award Winners
A full report is available to download here:
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Pamela Rochford (pictured here left with Libby Brown and Amanda Brown) conducted a survey of Members to understand our sustainability profile which she displayed at the meeting.
Members and guests were encouraged to bring along unwanted/broken jewellery, old and new foreign bank notes and coins, stamps, old or broken mobile phones, cameras and electrical gadgets – we are “recycling” in aid of the Soroptimist Diamond Education Grant.

Soroptimists 60th Anniversary logo

Soroptimist International St Albans and District – Women Serving the St Albans Community Since 1957

The Club will celebrate its Diamond Anniversary in April 2017, and this event is a “60 for 60″ production……..

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