National permaculture convergence 2019
September 6 - September 8
The national permaculture convergence is returning to the fields in 2019. We’ll be at Hill End – an activity centre with 65 peaceful acres. On the outskirts of Oxford, there’s camping, dormitories and lots of spaces to meet onsite. “A place of possibilities,” they say on their website.
The convergence is bound to be a thriving hub of ideas, networking and sharing of knowledge. There will be chances for dancing and for research and learning.
We hope people from all areas of Britain will come together to build a way forward, as a community of designers, educators, learners and activists. To use permaculture in all bioregions to create a network of thriving communities.
Hill End hosted a national convergence in the 1990s, so it’s exciting to be back after so many years. It’s a good time to look at our growth as an organisation, over 35 years of developing permaculture in the UK!