When: Friday, 11 September - Sunday, 13 September
The National Permaculture Convergence returns to the Hill End Centre in Oxford from 11-13 September 2020. This family-friendly event offers both dormitory and camping accommodation on site, with delicious ethical food provided by Rocket Catering included in your ticket price.
The National Permaculture Convergence is the leading UK event for those involved and interested in permaculture: a thriving hub of ideas, networking opportunities, knowledge sharing and strategy building.
We’re currently working on a curated programme for 2020 that will ensure all convergence-goers will have plenty to get their teeth into!
You’ll be able to explore permaculture as a practice (through practical skills sessions and project examples); a design philosophy; and a social and political movement. Our first key programme announcements will be made in April 2020.
Our site, Hill End, is an activity centre with 65 peaceful acres on the outskirts of Oxford, described as “a place of possibilities,” on their website. There’s camping, dormitories and lots of spaces to meet, share and learn, including some fantastic woodland. We’re looking forward to building on what we learnt from being onsite last year to create an even better event for 2020.
Where: The Hill End Centre, Eynsham Road, Cumnor