Brighton Permaculture Trust will continue to take a cautious approach regarding Covid and follow the permaculture ethic of People Care. We are intent on providing a safe environment for everyone, respecting the needs of all participants and their contacts.
We recommend everyone follows the advice on the Brighton & Hove Council website.
- You must wear a face mask when inside any of our venues and maintain one metre distancing indoors.
- If you are attending a course that involves spending time indoors we will require you to do a lateral flow test the day before the course.
- We are still requesting people to maintain distancing of at least one metre at all our outdoor activities.
- We strongly recommend that participants in our all our face-to-face activities do regular lateral flow tests.
We have started taking bookings on our in person weekend courses for 2022. Numbers on these courses are limited to a maximum of 16 participants. If the situation changes we may need to reduce course numbers to allow for more distancing.
The Self-building an Earthship in Europe virtual course is entirely online.
We have adapted many of our other courses to be delivered outside or via a mix of Zoom sessions and outdoor practical sessions.
How to Support Us and Keep in Touch
We can be found making fruit juice and selling our produce and nursery plants at the Fruit Factory in Stanmer Village at weekends from 11am-3pm. Come and say hello, and buy some freshly pressed apple juice. Find out more about our products and where to buy them.
Permaculture design can make a huge contribution toward creating practical, resilient and diverse solutions that will help support our friends, families, communities and our planet to flourish.