Campus Collective

Why Join Us?

1) Great opportunity to grow plants and do some gardening

2) Meet som fun people

3) New and unique life skills

What do we do?

Were the green fingered folk at uni always keen to get down and dirty.

Everyone gets down staring at screens and books and we all need a break, If being outside rain or shine makes you happy then we're the society for you.

Permaculture can deepen our connection to nature that were so often disconnected from and help us find a passion for growing food that tastes better than anything you can get in a shop.

We hold regular movie nights showcasing permaculture and other interesting documentaries, there will be visits to local small holdings and organic gardens along with trips to explore the wonderful new forest and our local green places foraging for wild foods. We help look after the university food garden the local slades farm community garden. With more help we can make these places overflow with amazing food.

New for 2018 is the green loop polytunnel situated on campuus by the bio-dome, this is our space to grow, learn and have fun, its open everyday to members and we welcome you join in the loop.


Key Events


New to 2018 is the green loop polytunnel situated on campus. This will be the hub of activity throughout the year with lots of growing activity.

Autumn walks in the ancient woodlands of the new forest.

Foraging for wild foods through out the year depending whats in season.

First semester - Apple picking for cider brewing, Sloe gin, Mushrooms, sweet chestnuts

Vists to Aldermore farm and Tatnum organic patch.

Freshers Fair (September 22nd 2018), Activities Awards (April 2nd 2019)

When and Where?

Talbot Campus

Meet the Committee

President:  Jake Hill

Communications:  Charlotte Crane

Treasurer:  Luke Adcock

Health & Safety:  Sophie Emms

Equipment & Events:  Greg Andrew