Permaculture Scotland Gathering 2018

   A festival of Earth Care; Building Resilience for an Uncertain Future

 
The Permaculture Scotland gathering 2018 will be held at Craigtoun country Park, near St Andrews, from Friday 1st of June until Sunday 3rd June. A  fascinating programme of workshops and edge events including practicals and site visits, and, of course, music round the campfire. You can buy a day  ticket or a weekend ticket for 2 days of inspiring permaculture, campfires, music and dancing. Follow our Facebook page for updates.
 

 

Tickets available here!

 

Workshops & Talks 

Throughout Saturday there will be inspirational workshops and edge events including a cycle tour of the University of St Andrews Edible Campus Gardens (bikes can be borrowed). More details coming soon. Visit THIS PAGE to see details of our fabulous workshops..
 

Our SGM will be held at 2pm on the saturday, we'd love you all to come along and share the news from your local area!

 
 

 

Children

The Permaculture Scotland gathering is a family friendly event, so children are welcome and only pay for the cost of their food. There will be a children's space, with lots of fun and education outdoor activities and crafts. 
 
Parents and carers will be welcome to leave children aged four and over at the children's space while they attend workshops. We ask that any parent doing so also signs up to help out in the children's area for one session. Younger children will be welcome to join in with their parent or carer.
 

Accommodation

Two nights camping at Craigtoun Country Park is included in the ticket price, you can stay in a live-in vehicle on site for a small additional charge.
 

Food

For those with a weekend ticket all meals from dinner on Friday until Sunday lunch are included in the ticket price. For those with a 2-day ticket Saturday lunch is provided. Vegan and gluten free options will be available, but please let us know of any dietary requirements when you book.
 
 

Evening Entertainment

There will be campfires, dancing, open-mic, ceilidh, bands and pedal-powered sound. Day ticket holders will be welcome to attend the Saturday evening entertainment.
 
 

Getting There

Arrivals and tent pitching from 12pm on Friday. Departing at 4pm on Sunday.
 
Bus and Train: The nearest train station is Leuchars, there are frequent buses from there to St andrews bus station, from there it is 2 miles walk or cycle along paths to Craigton country Park (a map will be provided with your welcome email).  Alternatively You can get a train to Cupar and get the 64A bus, running every 2 hours to Craigton park road end, from here it is one mile to the campsite. If you will need assistance getting yourself or your luggage from the road end to the campsite please contact us.
 
Car: The postcode for Craigton country park is KY16 8NX. Take the B939 towards St Andrews. 5 miles after  passing Ceres, 3 miles after passing Pitscottie, you reach a cross road, turn right (signposted Craigton Country Park). Turn left at the next junction, half a mile along this road Craigton Park will be on your right. From the north head to leuchars and take the A919 onto the A91. Then take the unamed road past Kincaple and Strathkinnes Keep straight ahead at the cross roads across the B939, then turn left at the junction.
 
 

Ticket Prices (book here)

Weekend Tickets (includes 2 nights camping, 6 meals, workshops and edge events on Saturday & Sunday)

Goodwage (paying it forward)

£120.00

Full price       

£95.00

Low wage (Concession)

£75.00

Unwaged (subsidised)

£55.00

Workshop leader   

£55.00

Child - food costs only  

 

Under 5 years  

£0.00

5-11 years     

£15.00

12 - 18 years  

£30.00

 

Day Tickets (includes workshops and edge events and lunch on both days) 

Goodwage (paying it forward)

£60.00

Full price      

 £50.00

Low wage (Concession)

£40.00

Unwaged (subsidised)

£20.00

Under 5 years  

£0.00

5-11 years 

£7

12 - 18 years 

£15