UK Permaculture Convergence, 3 to 5-Sept
By Ben Brangwyn 23rd August 2010
Forwarded from our friends at the Permaculture Association:
What are you doing 3rd – 5th September?
Would you like to come to a weekend event about permaculture practice?
300 people are coming to the permaculture convergence and we’d love you to join us!
Its three days of permaculture practicals, workshops and films, networking, sharing info, and passing on knowledge.
The next convergence is not for another two years, so now’s the time to go for it if you’re interested in permaculture or have some permaculture experience to share. It’s one of the ways people can and are making a difference – transforming homes, gardens, farms, schools, community projects, businesses, allotments and woodlands, in cities and in the countryside.
You can see the programme and book your place at www.permaculture.org.uk/convergence2010
Please forward this to your networks – the permaculture convergence is a really enjoyable and productive event for everyone interested in fair and sustainable ways of living.
Earth Care – People Care – Fair Shares
You can camp or book a bed. Kids welcome. 50 acre accessible site which can be reached by public transport out of London – Lambourne End outdoor centre. Pay between £180 – £60 (you choose) for three days camping, programme, and all meals.
If you’ve already booked your place, please encourage someone you know to come to the convergence too!
As usual we’ve sold almost 300 places, but most people have chosen to pay at the lower end of the sliding scale this year. This means that although we will break even, we will not be able to use money from the convergence towards Permaculture Association work as we have done before. So we would very much like more people to come along and have a great time at the convergence!