Dates and times
More info
The day starts at 10am and finishes at 5pm. The course runs one Saturday per month.
Course summary

This course will be the usual twelve days, spread over 2024 and into spring 2025. The programme is designed to help you deal with the complexities of modern life, whether you are in an urban or sub-urban setting, or in a rural location.


The venue is at Todmorden College which has recently been saved from demolition by a local community organisation. It has excellent public transport links with direct connections from both Manchester and Leeds.


The course is open to all, regardless of any previous experience or literacy levels. We will follow the international guidelines to cover the course syllabus in full. The course will be led by Angus Soutar who is accredited by the Permaculture Research Institute to teach the international PDC.


This is a joint venture with the School for Sustainable Living and Angus will be supported by a team of experienced local permaculture practitioners. The course content has a wide and flexible application, not only in home-based settings but also for those wishing to apply permaculture design within their business or career. We aim to provide you with the tools to enhance and facilitate community-based projects of all kinds, including Transition Towns and Incredible Edible initiatives. Participants have access to extensive on-line materials that support the individual course days.


Please see our Northern School Website for more details.

Other teachers
Angus Soutar and local teachers
Apprentice teachers
This course is open to offers from apprentice teachers wishing to gain teaching experience
Course type
Permaculture Design Course
Course is face to face
Postal address of venue

44 Burnley Rd
OL14 7BX
United Kingdom

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