Community and Education
We aim to provide learning experiences for children and adults alike, to spread knowledge of working with natural materials, teach practical skills, and explore alternative ways of working and living.
Hands-on exploration with natural materials can have many benefits, including confidence building, social inclusion, exercise, environmental awareness, and of course, fun. It can also be an alternative way into teaching science, history, geography and mathematics.
Many of our projects incorporate workshops and volunteering into their construction programme, and we are always keen to explore these possibilities.
We also deliver smaller workshop based projects including cob ovens and cob building and carpentry projects for schools and communities.
Click on the projects to the left for more images.