A by-no-means-exhaustive selection of organisations, projects, enterprises and resources which TTL salutes! If you think of someone we’ve missed who’s helping Letchworth make the transition to a low carbon town, please contact us and we’ll add them.
(NB: These are links to external websites and TTL is not responsible for the content.)
Church Farm Ardeley – village shop, 21st century responsible farming, community events and much more.
Triangle Community Garden – Hitchin’s own community garden.
Growing People – Social and theraputic horticulture for wellbeing, based at the Letchworth Centre for Healthy Living.
Letchworth District Gardeners Association – the large and active local gardening association with an excellent allotment shop.
Grown in Herts – information about local producers and their produce.
Thornes Poultry Centre – for all your chicken-keeping needs and just up the road.
Citizens Advice North Hertfordshire – Energy Advice Drop-in Clinics for help on any fuel related issues.
David’s Book and Music Shop – New & second hand books and music, thinkers’ venue and cafe. Birth place of brilliant ideas, including TTL. Ought to be world famous by now.
Letchworth Arts and Leisure Group (AKA LALG) – TTL are affiliated to LALG. Only £12 per household per year buys endless social opportunities, continued learning and community building together with membership of a local discount scheme.
Wilbury Community Forum – Volunteer led project to enliven the Wilbury area of Letchworth, holds a monthly drop in café.
Letchworth Sustainability Forum: – to create and initiate a sustainability strategy for this town, its residents, establishments, businesses and visitors.
Amron’s School of Sewing – Sewing courses and workshops to help you brush up your skills
Letchworth Centre for Healthy Living – hub of healing & wellbeing, provider of complimentary therapies and classes.
Dot to Dot – Social enterprise encouraging Letchworth’s creativity through arts, craft and music.
Craftivism Collective – Slow activism through arts and craft.
Waste & Recycling
Letchworth Freegle – linking unwanted items with people who want them. Keep things out of landfill, get them collected from your house or find things you need.
Furniture Link – good quality, low cost second hand furniture for local residents (33% discount for those in receipt of benefits).
The Greenhouse Community Market – second hand household items, much of it lovingly restored, based in the heart of Letchworth
Wasteaware – Herts County Council partnership to reduce waste and increase recycling.
North Herts Waste& Recycling Team – tackling the growing financial and environmental costs of food waste in our neighbourhood.
Love Food Hate Waste – national campaign to get us eating up.
Herts Without Waste – championing “zero waste” in Hertfordshire.
Nappy Cashback scheme run by North Herts District Council.
Stevenage and North Herts Cycling UK (Cycling Club) for regular local rides, local maps and more.
North Herts Fortyplus Cycling Club organise rides on Tuesdays & Thursdays which conclude with a pub lunch.