Thank you:

We would like to thank everyone who contributed to the festival on 31st July 2016: speakers, stallholders, volunteers and people who attended.

Sunday 31st July 2016 • 11am- 6pm

Cecil Sharp House, 2 Regent’s Park Road, London NW1 7AY

Tickets cost £6/£4 concessions • Under 18s free • Only available on the door

Come along for workshops (intro and advanced), ‘how-to’ sessions, music and song, films, a stalls market and a ‘families at the festival’ zone. Enjoy discussions, networking and learning about creative solutions for a sustainable, healthy future.

Watch the video for a taster of what happens at the festival:

Workshops in 2016 include:

  • Maddy Harland – Messages of Hope from the Permaculture Edge
  • Joel Williams – Soil Management and the Soil Food Web
  • Audley Genus, Kingston University – Research Project: Making a living through permaculture
  • Nat Mady – Introduction to Permaculture
  • Kevin Mascarenhas – Forest Gardening: Designing an Edible Landscape
  • Amrita Bhohi & Michel Thill – Spiritual Ecology: a deeper response to the environmental crisis
  • Maria Prieto – Cities as Resonant Bodies (workshop) – Design Through the Mind of the Body (film)
  • Les Moore – London Bio-region Design Strategy
  • Sue Amos – Composting for Urban Gardeners
  • Mary Rawlinson (Straw Works) – Building with Straw Bales
  • Tierra Martínez – One-Year Journey: From IPC UK to IPC 2020, and Beyond
  • Ian Solomon-Kawall – Creatively using principles 10 and 11 at May Project Gardens
  • Chloe Anthony – An Introduction to Permaculture Principles
  • Su Hart – Music & Culture of the Rainforest
  • Sara Ward – Urban Hens: Keeping Chickens in London
  • Randy Mayers – Introduction to Permaculture
  • Kayode Olafimihan – Introduction to Permablitz Design
  • Cecilia Litvinoff & Pamela Adams – Starting your Urban Permaculture Garden
  • Gill Jacobs – Fermenting Foods: Back to our Roots and Health on a Plate
  • Devendra Tiwari – Building with Dirt – EarthBag Construction Technology
  • Lauren Simpson & Phil Moore – ‘Living with the Land’ ~ Film series showcasing UK permaculture
  • Margo McShane (Solar Cycle UK) – Solar Panel Making Taster
  • James Marr (Bamboo Bicycle Club) – Building Bamboo Bicycles
  • Families at the Festival
    • Mystery storytelling
    • Garden trail
    • Felting
    • Nature art
    • Meet the hens
    • Wriggly worms
    • Mini beasts
    • Face painting
    • and much more!




Families at the Festival
What's happening outside at the festival
New to Permaculture - find out more at the Festival
Stalls market