“One of the top 10 grassroots movements capable of changing the world.”

Though the problems of our time can feel overwhelming and insurmountable,the Permaculture area can offer a little design-based, solutions-focused, nature-led respite.

Filled with tools for living sustainably, with hands-on experts demonstrating how to use resources wisely, there are multiple skillshare spaces here, and curious visitors are welcome to hang out and soak up the know-how.

Join in and learn how to set up housing or worker co-ops, create a forest garden, make a rug, retrofit houses, swap seeds, make biochar... Discover what Permaculture really is (hint: it's not all about gardening!).

Earth Care, People Care and Fair Shares are at the core of what Permaculture is about - so we have three yurts, each with a jam-packed programme of talks and workshops, dedicated to these themes. 

For families we have a dedicated PermaKids yurt where families can make a bug hotel or go on a foraging adventure as well as crafting from the recycling! Nearby we also have a quiet area for breastfeeders, and a baby sling library, as well as the Mother Nature space focused on mothers as natural leaders. 

At the Free Shop you can donate and take things without any cash changing hands (or cards being waved). An info point signposts visitors, and sells ethical wares made by our Permaculture community as well as a book stall, seed swap, and info about Permaculture Design Courses if you're hooked.

And we’ve not even mentioned our cafe ‘Coffi a Cacen’, or the pedal-powered sound system, or the Amazing Bees, or the Mushroom Man. There's a lot going on! 
See you in the fields.

“Permaculture is revolution disguised as gardening” - Mike Feingold