Introduction to Permaculture weekend, 31 October – 1 November 2009

miltonpermacultureWant to go Green?
Keen on a Sustainable Local Community?
Fed up with the problems? Looking for solutions?
Why not try Permaculture?
But what’s that, I hear you ask…

PERMACULTURE – AN INTRODUCTORY WEEKEND

LED BY GRAHAM BURNETT (AUTHOR OF ‘PERMACULTURE A BEGINNERS GUIDE’) THIS WEEKEND INTRODUCTION TO PERMACULTURE INCLUDES; SUSTAINABLE DESIGN PRINCIPLES, PERMACULTURE ETHICS, ORGANIC GARDENING, COMMUNITY ECONOMICS,  FOREST GARDENING, ‘HANDS ON’ PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE & MORE…

31 October/1 November 2009
at
St Mark’s Centre
Princes Street
Southend SS1 1QA
Full cost £50 (concessions/flexibility available for local residents within walking distance – please enquire)
For further information or to book places contact
tel; (01702) 213264 email; miltoncommunity@hotmail.com
Milton Community Partnership, St Mark’s Centre, Princes Street, Southend on Sea SS1 1QA

Help us by printing the poster and putting it up somewhere nice.

Permaculture Weekend Milton flyer

This course is a partnership project between Southend in Transition, Milton Community Partnership and Spiralseed

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5 Responses

  1. Hello – two of us interested in attending. Can you tell us what times will be each day?
    thanks
    01702 441 790

  2. Hi Freddie, times will be 9.30 – 5 Sat and sunday – to book places please use contact details above, cheers Graham

  3. can’t wait for it:)
    a historic moment isn’t it, a first one for Southend

  4. […] Introduction to Permaculture weekend, 31 October – 1 November 2009 […]

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