Intentional Communities Symposium

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The Intentional Communities Research group will be hosting their Fourth symposium entitled Intentional Communities as experimental spaces. The morning will consist of presentations from academics and other commentators in the field who are currently researching Intentional Communities. The afternoon will include a series of learning circles on a continuation of the theme. The day will conclude with a shared discussion drawn from the separate learning circles and discussion of the day. 

This event may be of particular interest to:

  • Academics and PHD students
  • Housing associations
  • Architects, Planners
  • Existing and potential community members
  • Voluntary sector organisations
  • Community lenders
  • Anybody interesting in finding out more

Places are £48.00 per head which includes a full day of academic presentations plus workshops and a community tour. Tickets also include tea, coffee, cake and lunch, all produced by the Canon Frome community.

A very small number of reduced-price tickets available on application – please only apply for these if you are on a very low income and are not able to access support for your ticket costs. Applications for reduced tickets can be made via Kirsten Stevens-Wood on  (deadline 30th March 2020).

You can read more about the event here.