12-13th June 2010, The Quadrangle Farm, Kent
This is a gathering for people who are exploring different ways of life, weaving city life with the countryside, and developing new social, family, home and work structures that can act as bridges between urban and rural.
You will meet people with great ideas and find out about projects that are making different ways of living possible.
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Limina’s launch event
When: Saturday, 22nd August 2009 10:00am – 8:00pm
Location: Regents Park, London, The Treehouse Gallery
NATURE – Inner meets Outer
Wild Wisdom Workshop 10am- 2pm
Facilitated by Lucy Hinton and Colin Campbell this workshop used storytelling techniques to allow the participants to engage with the park around them.
A Feast of Strangers 2.30pm- 6.30pm
Celebrating Theodore Zeldin’s birthday- instead of food, the menu consisted of topics of conversation. Theodore opened the event and the Limina crew introduced the participants to the menu and to people they hadn’t met before. People brought rugs to sit on and food and drink to share.
The Rambling Restaurant; supported the feast by providing a picnic lunch or a small donation.
Performance and live music including poets from Hammer and Tongue.