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How to have a more eco-friendly Christmas

As the festive season approaches, Love Your Chelmsford is encouraging people to make Christmas traditions more environmentally friendly.

Chelmsford Museum exhibition to explore legacy of legendary local nature writer

An exhibition on the life and works of celebrated author and conservationist, J.A. Baker, will open at Chelmsford Museum in spring 2024.

Increased fines of up to £1,000 for environmental crimes

People caught committing littering, graffiti and fly tipping offences in Chelmsford will now face fines between £500–£1,000.

Chelmsford miles ahead with twenty electric taxis on the road

Twenty electric vehicles have been added the Chelmsford City Taxi fleet, leading the way for Local Authorities in Essex.

Learn about sustainable fashion with Love Your Chelmsford

Earlier this year, Love Your Chelmsford launched a sustainable fashion campaign.

Climate activist Hattie Philips to run youth nature workshop at Marconi Ponds

Hattie Phillips, a 17-year-old student, climate activist and WWF Youth Ambassador, will be hosting a nature workshop for 15–22-year-olds.

Fun for the whole family at Gaia

Fun activities for children and families are planned for October half term to celebrate Gaia coming to Chelmsford.  

Gaia comes to Chelmsford Cathedral

Gaia, the huge ethereal illuminated globe, is coming to Chelmsford Cathedral next month.

Chelmsford leads day of action for safer streets

Eight agencies joined forces on 25 Nov in a day of action to make a ‘creepy’ area of Chelmsford safer for all – particularly women and girls

Net-zero-carbon ready homes at Garden Community

Chelmsford Garden Community is set to be the greenest neighbourhood in the city with an agreement to deliver 80 Net Zero Carbon-ready homes.