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About Stanmer Organics

Stanmer Organics is a unique project situated on 17 acres of Soil Association accredited land, in the beautiful Stanmer Park in Brighton. It is a non-for-profit consortium with expanding membership, presently with 16 groups. Stanmer Organics is committed to environmental protection and improvement and is a flagship Local Agenda 21 project for Brighton and Hove. Stanmer Organics creates different spaces that work practically and aesthetically. The member groups offer a diverse range of resources and activities detailed below. Stanmer Organics activities include; habitat creation, growing trees and wildflowers for conservation planting, permaculture, school grounds, private and public gardens, food production for sale locally, culinary and medicinal herbs for cafes and restaurants, educational visits, renewable technology, earth kilns for traditional firing techniques, green wood working, providing therapeutic space, play areas, orchards and ponds, sculpture, and the making of artworks with natural materials.

Interested in How the Built Enviroment affects Health and Well being? See below for a one day event…..

How the Built Environment affects Health and Well-being
Saturday 30 March 2019
10:30am to 5pm
Sallis Benney Theatre
University of Brighton
Grand Parade Building, Brighton

This Green Architecture Day is an annual event Brighton Permaculture runs in partnership with Low Carbon Trust.  The event has attracted over 2,000 participants to hear inspiring talks about how we can live and work in greener buildings and communities. The venue holds over 250 participants who come from a wide range of backgrounds including architects, designers, community groups, and self-builders.

The theme this year is:

“The impact of the built environment on Health and Well-being”

If you would like further info or to book a place please email admin@brigthonpermaculture.org.uk

 

 

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Interested in applying to have a plot at Stanmer Organics?

Our plot application process runs on a rolling programme with quarterly deadlines throughout the year.  Our next deadline is 28th February 2019

We currently have 3 plots available to rent. Two of which are good horticultural plots and would suit any growing project, one of which is a small plot which would suit either a growing project or arts and crafts based project. If you have an idea for a community group or small business that fits in with the aims and ethos of Stanmer Organics we would like to hear from you.

Please contact our Coordinator, Catherine Mitchell, at stanmerorganics@gmail.com for an application form or for further information.

Thank you for your interest.