9 Jun 2010, 7:11pm
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WHAT WILL RURAL HUBS LOOK LIKE?

What would your Rural Hub look like and how would it work for you? Hear the success stories of other rural enterprises, who are leading the way. Join us to see where we can go from here!

At this event we will be joined by celebrated author/blogger John Thakara, Pat Bowcock from Ourganics permaculture haven in Dorset,  Toni Spencer of Schumacher College, Andrew Ferguson speaking on Findhorn, and Blanche Cameron from the Centre of Alternative Technology – CAT.

WHEN: Tuesday 22nd June, 7-9pm
WHERE:
Hub Kings Cross

HOW: This event is free for Hub members and £5 for non members. For more information and to book a place contact hello@limina.org.uk or click below http://www.wegottickets.com/event/84188

28 May 2010, 5:58pm
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How Do You Want To Live?

How do you want to live?

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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28 Apr 2010, 6:04pm
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Shine Rural Social Enterprise

Where: Shine Unconference

When: Friday 14th May 2010 Pod 1 3:00PM to 4:10PM
About: Rural social enterprise is growing fast. It’s set to become a huge force in the development of rural economies, as traditional agriculture continues to decline. But the people driving the change are currently out of the support-network enjoyed by the cities. There is a huge opportunity for rural and urban social entrepreneurs to connect and partner, to build the network and further the overall growth of social enterprise. So how can you, the SHINE participant, support and in turn benefit from the renovation of the countryside?

Join us in this this practical session with Clear Village and The Hub. Limina is developing rural Hubs to support entrepreneurs and we are inviting you to get involved. In this session, get to grips with the ways we can we build better connections…

15 Apr 2010, 6:00pm
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Hub Lunch | Rural Hubs

Wednesday 12th May, Hub Islington, 1-2pm

Now it’s spring and the leaves are beginning to unfurl, don’t you just want to run about outdoors? What if there was a network of rural Hubs where you could get into the verdant British countryside and work remotely?

Would you like to swim in a river after work and eat freshly grown produce? Hold events and workshops in peaceful and grounded surroundings, get you hands in the soil and wake up to wide horizons and birdsong?

What benefits do you think social entrepreneurs could take to the countryside? What could you gain whilst you were there?

Could we help build rural enterprise and extend the Hub network?

Join us for the discussion and bring food to share! Contact rsvp@limina.org.uk for more information

1 Aug 2009, 5:09pm
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A Feast of Strangers

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.

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