Come along and enjoy a day packed full of facts, fun and friends.
The garden is open from 10.30 for an 11am start with a full programme of events and guided tours through to 4pm. All days include a complimentary lunch.
We ask for a donation of (minimum) £25 from all attendees.
We ask for a donation from all attendees (We recommend a minimum of twenty five pounds for adults, children at your discretion.) Proceeds from the event are shared with Abundant Borders- a charity established to fight food poverty in our own region: http://abundantborders.org.uk/.
Children are always welcome but must be accompanied by a responsible adult in whose care they remain. A donation of £5 per child is requested. When there is sufficient demand we may make some specific children’s sessions.
Dogs are not allowed in the garden, except guide dogs, though there are shaded areas to the front of the cottage where well-behaved dogs can be tethered.
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Graham Bell is a world renowned permaculture expert who, together with his wife Nancy, created Britain’s oldest intentional food forest garden at their home in the Scottish Borders. Over the past 40 years, Graham has amassed a huge amount of knowledge in permaculture, renewables and sustainable business.
Graham is passionate about permaculture and over the years has helped many thousands of people to come to a better understanding of how we may live in a sustainable, harmonious relationship with our planet through his teaching, consultancy, writings and by sharing his vast knowledge and experience. Clients have included private individuals, groups, communities, governments and companies across the globe.
Graham is currently Chair of Permaculture Scotland and continues to educate through a wide range of permaculture courses, many based in his own forest garden.
How to Book
Bookings can be made via the website
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