The Sustainable Cheshire Festival is on in Grosvenor Park, Chester on Saturday, 23rd September 10.30am - 8pm. Anyone can attend the free event to find out more about the work going on in Cheshire through Sustainable Cheshire and Plastic Free Cheshire projects with themes around sustainability from food to fashion, counting our carbon footprint, pollution and all things green. There will be stalls, workshops, bar and food, music and activities for all the family. Following on from the success of last weekend’s there will also be a ‘silent disco litter pick’.

A special ‘People Planet Pint’ event will be held there at 6-8pm. hosted by That Beer Place team so visitors can meet others interested in sustainability in the community, share local stories and ideas, and accelerate local climate action.

The event is FREE to attend and is supported by Chester Zoo and Cheshire West and Cheshire Council among lots of other organisations. You don’t need a ticket but it helps if you book one. Numbers and feedback are important for the event to gain funding next year with as much attendee and stall data as possible.

BOOK HERE: and to get links to book for the Silent Disco Litter Pick.


You need a People Planet Pint ticket to get your ’first free’ print, which are limited. Book here


The event also coincides with the United Nation’s Global Goals Week September 15-24, 2023.


Grosvenor Park
Municipal Park
View of the River Dee from Grosvenor Park. Photo credit Jeff Buck

Grosvenor Park is a grade II* registered, green flag award winning park dating back to 1867 covering 20 acres. It's the main ornamental park in Chester whose layout was designed by Edward Kemp.

Chester Zoo
Animal Collection
Giraffes, Chester Zoo

A visit to Cheshire isn’t complete without a trip to the UK’s number one zoo. Chester Zoo is home to over 27,000 endangered and exotic animals based in beautiful, award-winning zoological gardens.



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