Sharing ideas with fellow urban permaculturalists
Marlborough is a small market town, nestling in the Wiltshire Downs. We'd love to show you what three years of transition and urban permaculture has done for our town. Since Marlborough is just a bike ride from the World Heritage site at Avebury we have included a visit to the Neolithic Stone Circle and Kennet Long Barrow in the tour. Visits to Shumei Natural Farm, a foraging walk and energy-efficient houseboats on the Kennet-Avon canal, are also planned.
We'll pick you up from Bedwyn train station; bed, breakfast and lunch will be provided by local permaculturalists who live in and around the town. You will be returned to Bedwyn station at the end of the event.
*participants must be over 18 years.
16 – 19 September 2015
Urban Permaculturalists who want to share ideas with us: Transition Marlborough has been running the 10 session Practical Permaculture for Transition since 2012 (see: http://www.transitionmarlborough.org/Practical+Permaculture+for+Transiti...). We are keen to show off what we have done so far and learn from people who are practicing urban permaculture in other parts of the world.
Capacity of the event
6 - 10
£55 per person
Participants will need to take the tube or bus to Paddington main line station in London. There is an hourly service to Bedwyn (the nearest station to Marlborough) http://www.bedwyntrains.org.uk/ On Wednesday 16th, we will be standing by with our cars at Bedwyn station, to collect participants from the 12.31 train, which leaves London Paddington at 11.18. On Saturday, 19th we will take participants to Bedwyn station, in time for the 13.46 train, which arrives in London Paddington at 15.11.
1 or 2 participants will be accommodated in each home
Dr Sam Page