Enabling positive change

Sustainable Chesham aims to encourage and enable our community to work towards a more sustainable future.

Run by local Chesham residents, we meet monthly, to discuss, promote and support local sustainable initiatives. Everyone is welcome to join us and get involved.
Together we can find positive and creative ways to raise awareness, address the challenges of climate change and create a more sustainable town.
We would love you to join in, come along to an event, tell us your ideas and help bring about change in our community.

See our News and Events page for details of the next monthly meeting (on Zoom).

White Hill Centre, Chesham as seen from Lowndes Park

What do we do?

Success stories, hopes and dreams

Sustainable Chesham is part of the Transition Towns Network and is community-led and volunteer-operated.
Projects are developed by members of the community coming together to make them happen, with support for communications, strategic representation and fundraising from the Sustainable Chesham core team.
We are a dynamic umbrella organisation with interest groups including ENERGY, WATER, BIODIVERSITY, TRANSPORT, FOOD AND WASTE with local projects often originating from these key themes.


Our successes include setting up and running the monthly Chesham Local Produce Market and creating the Community Orchard.
In the past we have also held regular Green Drinks and popular film nights.

Hopes and dreams

We have ideas for lots of new projects including a Repair Café, a Collective Community Energy switch and tree and hedge planting. We always welcome new ideas!

Sharing knowledge

We are partnered with Chesham Town Council and we are helping them to set and achieve their Climate Emergency goals.

The Core Team

There are many people involved in Sustainable Chesham. Here are some key figures who are currently in the Core Team.

Julia Brammer

Founder and Local Produce Market Coordinator

Phil Folly

Treasurer and volunteering hero

Alison Phillips

Joint Chair, Energy Lead

Vicki Mistry

Climate Change Lead

Emma Child

Repair Cafe Lead

Trevor Brawn

Environmental volunteer, Water-Saving Lead

Susanna Walder-Davies

Activist and blogger

Richard Dunn

Activist and Zone 9 Cycling Co-ordinator

Working groups

Each project we do will have a working group. These groups meet outside the monthly meeting to progress their project. They then report back to the Core Team at the monthly meetings for support and resources.