John-Paul Patton, Author at Enriched Earth Ecovillage
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Findhorn Ecovillage Experience Week: Inspirational!  The last few months work has continued apace for the project. One of the stand out moments was Enriched Earth Ecovillage taking part in an Ecovillage Experience week at Findhorn Ecovillage in Scotland during first week in April. The week was...

Community Consultation  On 23rd January Enriched Ecovillage held a Community Consultation meeting in Cleenish Community Hall. This was an opportunity for us to present our vision and values in pioneering Northern Ireland's first Ecovillage in the area and to hear from needs and concerns of residents....

Community Consultation Meeting  Following a very successful informal meeting with representatives from the local Arney Community including from the Killesher and Cleenish Community Associations and a local history group on 17th Oct 2016. We will be having a follow-up meeting to consult with the wider Arney community...

Well it’s been 6 weeks since last blog update and gosh things keep moving apace! Site in process of being secured, meeting local community associations, NIEL membership, Friends of the Earth affiliation, Permaculture magazine article on us, Department for Communities and PwC workshop, meeting US Consul,...

We are delighted to announce that following our nomination, we have been short-listed for the ‘One to Watch’ Social Enterprise Award!!! Woo hoo! We have been invited to attend the Gala Award Ceremony at Stormont on 20th October-how exciting!  Please send all good thoughts, prayers...

  A Happy New Year to you all! Things at the Cauldron Community Educational Eco Village project continue to be progressing apace. Currently we are very focused on finding a site in Northern Ireland to meet our needs and are exploring a number of potential avenues in this...

CC given support by NI Environment Minister, Co. Mayo Council's Tourism Officer and a broad spectrum of interested parties who came to Westport meetings, including representatives of WESCO (Westport Environment, Sustainability and Community Organisation). It's been a busy few days for the CC! On Friday 24th...