Raising awareness of climate change issues and supporting people in the move to low-carbon living
Monthly Guided Walks from various locations in Hertfordshire
The Hertfordshire Way is a 195 mile waymarked long distance footpath. Starting in Royston the route goes west to Tring, south to King’s Langley before turning east to Cuffley and Bishop’s Stortford returning north to Royston. It takes in St Albans, Hertford and many delightful towns and villages along the way. Guide book The Hertfordshire Way.
A voluntary group working alongside the Conservators of Therfield Heath and Greens to promote and encourage the use of, and access to, Therfield Heath, including organising events, raising awareness of the related bye laws and regulations and encouraging conservation protection, and improvement of the natural environment, and improved facilities for the users.
Visit our website for membership details and upcoming events
We are a membership organisation that aims to work towards a more sustainable future for Royston and villages.
We run various different activities including organising the annual eco fair Sustain-Ability, volunteering at the Royston Tesco Community Garden, litterpicking, Plastic Free picnic, and more.
Repair Cafés are quarterly events to which owners of broken household items come for a free assessment and, hopefully, a free fix by a volunteer repairer.
The Royston Repair Cafe happens quarterly (in February, May, August and November) at Coombes Community Centre.
Advance booking is essential.
Talks from leading experts in wildlife, ecology and conservation.
Meetings are held on the last Tuesday in the months of Sept, Oct, Nov, Jan and Feb.
Town Hall, Royston SG8 7DA
Therfield Heath is an area of Common Land and most of it is a Local Nature Reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It is owned by the Therfield Regulation Trust, which is a registered charity.
It is managed by the Conservators of Therfield Heath and Greens.