What we do

Sustainable Staveley brings together initiatives in the Lake District village of Staveley that are helping to tackle the climate crisis.

It was formed in November 2007 to promote sustainability action in the village.

We look at ways to mitigate and adapt to the threat of climate change, from promoting cycling and walking, encouraging energy saving, supporting local growing and various other ways to raise awareness of and tackle climate change. Take a look around to find out how you can get involved, or contact us directly. New supporters welcome!

Whether you want to be on our mailing list, take part in current projects or propose a new one, we’d love to hear from you. Contact senstaveley@gmail.com


  • To promote the conservation, protection and improvement of the physical and natural environment by taking action to mitigate climate change and its effects, and by promoting biological diversity.
  • To raise awareness of climate change and its mitigation and adaptation, and to promote climate change research and publish useful results.
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2024 Officers

Chair: Isobel Stoddart
Secretary: Sheila Adam
Treasurer: Dave Plumb

Committee Members:
Mike Cambray, Alasdair Muir, Dave Plumb, Daniel Rayson, Fran Richardson, Sue Walley, Wendi Lethbridge