Eco-church at St John's

At St John's we are the proud holders of an A Rocha Eco-Church Bronze Award, and are working towards the Silver Award. Here are some of the things we can do to get there:

Try measuring your Environmental Footprint on the calculator published by WWF:

Consider buying local or organic food where possible. Some local suppliers are listed below:


- Cambridge Organic Food Company – fruit and vegetable boxes delivered, plus groceries and cleaning products

- Cambridge Farmers’ Market (Sundays)

- Full Circle – the Zero Waste Shop, 9 Norfolk Street

- The Daily Bread Co-operative, Arbury

- Darwin Farm Shop, Newmarket Road

- Great Shelford Country Market

- Great Wilbraham Market (monthly)

- Arjuna Wholefoods, Mill Road

- Fosters Mill/Prior’s Flour

- Summer fruit stands on Hills Road

- Seasonal berries in Milton, at Sunclose Farm

- Community orchards

- Organic Health, Hauxton

- Fen End Farm, Cottenham

- Prospects Trust at Snakehall Farm, Reach and Refill Greengrocery Café, Ely

 - St John’s Traidcraft stall


Also, consider using refill shops to reduce single-use plastics:


- Pure Brilliant Green, Bar Hill

- Green Weigh, Sawston

- Twelve, Fulbourn

- Arjuna Wholefoods, Mill Road