CEED - Cultural Emergence Effective Design

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The CEED course is one of the modules of the Cultural Emergence learning pathway. We focus on how we can manifest our goals and visions effectively. This training will give you the confidence and skills to design any aspect of your life. We will be using the Design Web to create a design for ourselves as well as exploring how it can best be used in different scenarios. Looby will be joined by Andy Goldring (CEO of the Permaculture Association). Andy will be bringing his extensive experience of designing effective collaborations. He will be sharing his pioneering approach to creating EDGE's - Emergent Dynamic Governance Ecosystems. There is also the opportunity on this course for organisations to bring a small group of people to work together in design groups. During our time together we will focus on how we can dedicate our energy to finding effective solutions for ourselves and the world. This will be a richly nourishing, empowering and truly life transforming course.

Dates: 
10 September 2019
15 September 2019
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CEED - Cultural Emergence Effective Design

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This training will give you the confidence and skills to design any aspect of your life. We will be using the Design Web to create a design for ourselves as well as exploring how it can best be used in different scenarios. You will leave with a design for integrating Cultural Emergence into your life at many levels. The Design Web was created by Looby Macnamara, author of People and Permaculture and co-founder of the Cultural Emergence toolkit.

During our time together we will focus on how we can dedicate our energy to finding solutions for ourselves and the world. This will be a richly nourishing, empowering and truly life transforming course. We will discover ways to effectively manifest our visions.

The CEED course is one of the modules of the Cultural Emergence learning pathway, for more information about the learning pathways see here

Dates: 
22 April 2019
28 April 2019
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Barbara Scheltus
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PEACE - Peace, Empowerment and Cultural Emergence

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Join Looby Macnamara, Starhawk, Jon Young and Maddy Harland for this nurturing experience to discover tools for positive cultural evolution.
This is an exciting opportunity to learn and converse with the co-founders and collaborators of the Cultural Emergence project and to be part of the global activation and development of Cultural Emergence.

This module of the Cultural Emergence toolkit gives us the opportunity to deeply connect with ourselves, each other and the more than human world. It is an experiential journey to finding peace and empowerment within ourselves. We can carry these tools forward to emerge a peaceful culture in our own lives.

Dates: 
22 July 2019
28 July 2019
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Starhawk, Jon Young
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sliding scale between £775-925 (£50 early bird discount)
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Emma
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Cider Making in One Day

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Cider Making in One Day at Ragmans Lane Farm

Matt Dunwell has been making Apple juice and Cider for over fifteen years.

We have planted cider and perry trees over the last 20 years at Ragmans and they are now coming into production - Tom Putt, Brandy Pears, Thorne, Yarlington Mill and Kingston Black - the king of the cider apples.

In the morning there will be a short introduction to cider making, and we will then set out to pick fruit for an hour or so.

After a tea break we return to the pressing room and wash the fruit prior to pressing. If we have time we will macerate the fruit before lunch, or if there is demand we can look around our orchard of 1000 apple and pear trees.

After lunch we will split into two groups and run both the traditional cider press and the modern apple juice press in tandem. This will give everybody a chance to get a hands on experience. We will be using two mills, two different presses, pumps and bottle fillers and pasteurisers.

At the end of the afternoon there is a chance to try some cider.

Refreshments provided, please bring a packed lunch.

Price £90 (including 25 litres of apple juice to turn into cider)

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Dates: 
12 October 2018

Lower Lydbrook, Gloucestershire
GL17 9PA

Cost: 
£90
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Lower Lydbrook, Gloucestershire, GL17 9PA
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Angela Horsley
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01594 860244

Build Your Own Solar Charger

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This booking is for a DIY Solar workshop with Energise Sussex Coast as part of the Sustainability on Sea Festival.

If you are interested in knowing more about renewable energy systems, this one day, very practical workshop, will allow you to create a product to charge your phone (and other USB devices) from the sun, that you can take home at the end of the day. You will learn what energy is and what it can do, and gain a hands-on understanding of the electrical basics: current, voltage, resistance, power, and series and parallel circuits.

During the workshop you will build your own solar panel from reclaimed materials, learn how to test it, and connect the charging components required to provide power on the go.

Our facilitators will guide you through the making process, while exploring the energy challenges we are facing, and what possible solutions might look like.

The workshop will start at 10am, and finish at 5pm (or maybe sooner, depending on how fast you can solder).

  • All materials are included.
  • No previous experience required.

Tickets for this workshop are £80. You can sign up to this workshop by paying a £20 deposit. Once we have enough people signed up, we will release full price tickets.

BOOK NOW: https://www.demandenergyequality.org/bookings/diy-solar-hastings

Dates: 
26 September 2018
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10am - 5pm
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Ian Westmoreland
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£80 (£20 deposit when booking)
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Timber Frame Self Build Course

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Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 October, 9.00am – 6.00pm
This is a hands-on practical building course introducing the principles of the Walter Segal method of timber framing through the construction of a small structure on-site at Harehope Quarry. Practical instruction will be supplemented by an evening talk on Saturday. The course includes a light lunch & refreshments each day plus an evening meal as well as the option to camp on site. Further details can be provided on request. £300 per person

Dates: 
13 October 2018 to 14 October 2018
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9.00am - 6.00pm
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Harehope Quarry is a Permaulture LAND centre and a Local Wildlife Site in a redundant limestone Quarry in Frosterley in Weardale, Co. Durham.  The purpose-built classroom will provide the venue for the course and is a volunteer-built timber framed building.  

Cost: 
£300.00
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Harehope Quarry, Frosterley, Co. Durham. DL13 2SG
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Jill Essam
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07807 002032
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RetroSuburbia- Afternoon Talk and Workshop

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An afternoon Talk and Workshop celebrating and exploring David Holmgren's new epic Permaculture and Transition handbook.

We believe this book is The Permaculture Pattern Handbook for Resilience Households and Neighbourhoods - working with natural systems to retrofit our communities, homes and lifestyles.  

Its Future proofing for uncertain times and is a good idea anyway. Ian and Jo think this book is so important and brilliant they are doing a little tour promoting it.

The event is in two parts:
1pm to 2.30pm - Introduction to RetroSuburbia- A tour of this amazing book and website resource.
From 3pm the workshop session carries on from the Talk until 6pm – where we will go deeper and use the permaculture patterns in the book to practice retrofitting our own households.
We will explore how to access the book easily (its very big and written in pattern language and multiple layers), and the free online RetroSuburbia resources. Including:

From debt to frugal hedonism - the keys to Resilience
What’s the problem? Household ecoaudit
Retro fitting. Patterns for resilience
Next steps - time to work on ideas and actions to take away with you

Who is this for? Some knowledge of Permaculture would be useful but we will include an overview. This half day session is suitable for designers, urban planners, community cultivators, home retrofitters, change-makers, builders, activists, teachers, public sector workers, gardeners, entrepreneurs, architects, makers and anyone else looking for tools and strategies to effectively transform our households and neighbourhoods into more liveable, resilient places. 

Dates: 
30 September 2018
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Talk 1 to 2.30 Workshop 1 to 6
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Talk £10 Workshop £40/ £25/ £10 depending on income
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Fruit Tree Grafting and Pruning Workshop

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Fruit Tree Grafting & Pruning Workshop

Interested to learn about fruit tree grafting?
Have fruit trees that need pruning?

Come to a Grafting & Pruning Workshop by

Chris Evans,
Permaculture teacher and designer

Learn about grafting and take home 2 trees you’ve grafted yourself

If you have a favorite apple tree in your garden you want to propagate, you can bring along a branch (scion) for grafting – contact Chris for details. Chris is also looking for scion of named varieties for grafting in his fruit nursery so if you need a tree pruning he is happy to exchange this work for some of the branches !

You will need to bring:
✓ Lunch (teas etc. available)
✓ Memory stick (there will be materials)
✓ Any scion (branches from your favorite tree you want to propagate)

Grafted Apple trees available
One-year old named varieties in pots, £18 (discount for bulk orders) – contact Chris for details

Dates: 
2 March 2019
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arrive 9am for a 9.30 start Bring lunch; teas etc. provided
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£45
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Designing Edible Spaces - Weekend Course

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Would you like to be:

* Growing your own food but feel you don’t have space or the time?

* Eating more organic food but think it’s too expensive?



This weekend course run by Niels Corfield will give you the design skills and knowledge to transform your garden or urban space into an abundant, edible garden, that is full of food, friendly to wildlife, looks good, and needs little maintenance.

 

Book tickets here: https://goo.gl/forms/qFDnnUWolcw895Mo2

 

More info on the facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/936396156539014/

 

Dates: 
15 September 2018 to 16 September 2018
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2 day weekend course from 09:30 to 17:00 each day
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Sliding scale from £115
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Designing Edible Spaces - Evening Class

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Would you like to be:

* Growing your own food but feel you don’t have space or the time?

* Eating more organic food but think it’s too expensive?



This course run by Niels Corfield will give you the design skills and knowledge to transform your garden or urban space into an abundant, edible garden, that is full of food, friendly to wildlife, looks good, and needs little maintenance.

 

Cost: sliding scale from £80.

Book tickets here: https://goo.gl/forms/aSbBpPQK7JT1xxJO2

More info on the facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/2145699312379639



This course covers:

* Hands-on design skills

* Overview of edible plants and mushrooms

* Strategies for low maintenance & ecological growing practices

* Backyard animals 

* Soil, fertility & composting

* Water & irrigation options

* Applying ideas to your own space

* Creating a design for your own space



The course is suitable for beginners as well people with more gardening/design experience.

Dates: 
3 October 2018 to 28 November 2018
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8 week evening class course from 18:30 to 21:00 each week with half term after 4 weeks.
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Sliding Scale from £80
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Niels Corfield
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