Transition Town Brixton will create London’s first public permaculture demonstration site and you can be a part of it. We are running a full Urban Permaculture Design Course in April and May 2013 which will transform Slade Gardens in Brixton.
This unique project will apply permaculture principles of food security, efficient water use, intelligent urban design and renewable energy to create a flagship demonstration site.
If you want to go green, are concerned about climate change, peak oil and our children’s future then this course is a fantastic opportunity to contribute to a sustainable, local urban community.
RunningÂ throughout April and May, the design course will mainly meet at the Transition Town centre in Robsart street, just by Slade Gardens. Participants will get a detailed understanding of permaculture tools for sustainable design, Â from buildings, food growing systems and communities to economic systems an urban house retro-fits.
The course is accredited by the Permaculture Association of Britain and participants will receive a PAB qualification and become part of a local permaculture support network.
Specially designed for people with full time jobs who don’t have a small-holding, this course runs almost exclusively on evenings, weekends and bank holidays.
Sign upÂ here to join us in this historical local project and confirm your application.
Friday sessions will be from 6pm to 10pm, Saturday, Sunday and Monday dates are from 9:30am to 6pm.
April: Fri 5th, Â Sat 6th, Sun 7th and Mon 8th
May: Fri 3rd, Sat 4th, Sun 5th, Bank Holiday Mon 6th
Fri 24th, Sat 25th, Sun 26th and Bank Holiday Mon 27th May
Â£350 If paid 2 months in advance (5th Feb 2013)
Â£500 Sponsored/organisation rate
Â£450 Individual income more than 25k/yr
Â£380 Individual income less than 25k/yr
Â£360 For people in receipt of means tested benefits
The Design Course will take place at Transition Town Brixton’s Transition Centre, 6-8 Robsart St, (opp Brixton Jamm, off Brixton Road) SW9 0DJ, plus other local venues. We may also organise one or two site visits, where appropriate.
Application and more information
To join this historical local project please fill in this simple form
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