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Low Impact Living Initiative

LILI is a non-profit organisation whose mission is to help people reduce their impact on the environment, improve their quality of life, gain new skills, live in a healthier and more satisfying way, have fun and save money. They run courses, provide factsheets, have an online shop ... and much more.

Contact Details
Phone: 
01296 714 184
Postal Address: 

Redfield Community
Winslow
Buckingham, MK18 3LZ

Botrea

Their ultimate aim is to provide their guests with the opportunity to learn more about the countryside and increase visitors environmental awareness. Their courses have two main themes of: Sustainable organic farming and bushcraft-survival skills. Courses may include bow making, natural dyeing and spinning, willow weaving, flint knapping, green woodworking, bush craft, tipi and yurt construction, yoga and tai chi.

Contact Details
Phone: 
01736 788 926
Postal Address: 

Botrea Farm
Newbridge
Penzance, Cornwall TR20 8PP

Space for You

They offer a semi-structured healing respite week to people who could make use of the artistic and therapeutic facilities at Sancreed House. In a quiet setting they offer a flexible program of one session per day that is appropriate to different needs. It is a chance to relax and unwind and review current life issues and blocks as well as experience some deep healing and a sense of inner peace. Residential and non-residential sessions range from counselling to dance; from riding to meditation; and from reflexology to foot massage.

Contact Details
Phone: 
01736 786 111
Postal Address: 

Trebartine, Little Kelynack
St Just
Penzance, Cornwall TR19 7RF

The Sustainable Trust

The Sustainable Trust was formed by and for a group of people including voluntary groups and small businesses working in association with each other to improve the understanding and implementation of sustainable practices. Building on the principles of Local Agenda 21, recommended at the first Earth Summit they think globally and act locally to conserve natural resources, and effect small changes to our environment. Their aims are to advance the education of the public in the principles and practice of sustainable development; research or to fund research into the practice of sustainable development; conserve, protect, manage and restore for the benefit of the public the natural resources, animals and plant life of Cornwall and Asia; and advance the education of the public in the ecology, conservation and management of different habitats.

Contact Details
Phone: 
01209 831 718
Email: 
sustrust@aol.com
Postal Address: 

Keepers Cottage, Clowance Estate
Praze-an-Beeble
Camborne, Cornwall TR14 0NQ

Plan-it Earth

Plan-it Earth Education Project in Sancreed specifically aims to address the need for re-skilling (relearning skills that have become, or are in danger of becoming, forgotten) in order to build healthy, vibrant communities in a post-peak-oil world. Thus they host a variety of workshops and talks for audiences of all ages. Recent activities and workshops have included:
Low-impact sustainable building; Textiles and recycled clothing; Permaculture; Sustainable food growing; Behavioural change; Green wood working; Blacksmithing; Conflict Resolution; and Working with the natural cycles and seasons.

Contact Details
Phone: 
01736 810 660
Postal Address: 

Chyena
Sancreed
Penzance, Cornwall TR20 8QS
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