Policy and Commitment
- Has a reference to environmental sustainability in its customer charter.
- Is an EFL Green Clubs Member.
- Renewable energy is part of the club’s plan when it renews its energy provider in the future.
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- A downloadable ‘Travel Plan 2022/23’ on the website promotes walking and cycling to the Montgomery Waters Meadow.
- Cycle racks are provided at each corner of the stadium.
- A guide to cycle routes produced by Shropshire County Council is available from the club’s offices and Council outlets. Further information is also available at https://www.shropshire.gov.uk/cycling.nsf. A further link – trasportdirect.info – will assist cyclists to find a cycle route to the Montgomery Water Meadow direct from their chosen starting point in Shrewsbury.
- The Travel Plan also covers bus, coach and rail travel services to the Montgomery Water Meadow.
- Train and bus travel to the Montgomery Waters Meadow is also promoted via a ‘First Time Fans’ webpage on the club’s website.
Single Use Plastic Reduction/Removal
- In October 2022, the club launched a trial of reusable cups.
- Recycling bins have been placed around the stadium.
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Plant based/low carbon food
- Wrights pies have a veggie sausage roll at the stadium.
- Chips are available inside the ground.
- Hospitality menus include vegan/vegetarian options including vegetable lasagne, mushroom lasagne with warm tomato and potato salad (v) as well as a vegetable moussaka (v).
- Catering for scholars includes vegan and vegetarian options.
- There is an allotment space next to the Fan Zone. This is used to grow vegetables, plants and flowers by some of the Foundation’s projects.
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Communication and Engagement
- This season, the club will have an environmental sustainability ambassador who is a player. The environmental ambassador will head up any digital campaigns that the club runs to champion environmental sustainability.
- The club has advised that it continually engages with fans across a variety of topics and would like to engage with fans more around environmental issues. This will form part of the club’s environmental strategy ongoing.
- The club also has a board representative as part of the Foundation who leads on environmental sustainability, who is also a member of the club. They will support in championing environmental issues for the Foundation and ensure that environmental issues are discussed at trustee meetings and embedded across the charity.
- The Foundation actively encourages fans to carry out planet saving activities and support Shrewsbury Town Football Club in Planet League tournaments.
- In 2020, for the International Day for Biological Diversity, the club removed the lions from its logo for the day to highlight the dramatic loss of biodiversity and the risk that it poses.
Information sourced directly from Shrewsbury Town F.C staff, website and third party websites
Information updated 04 March, 2023.