About this place
Bore Place is the dream of a sustainable utopia come true, an hour south of London.
For the past 45 years, Bore Place and its foundation have created an ecosystem that has become a laboratory for entirely new economic and living cycles. Bore Place is set in 500 acres of countryside which encompass an organic dairy farm, organic market gardens, ancient woodlands, eco venue, environmental education centre, as well as programmes to provide opportunities for vulnerable and disadvantaged young people.
Thereby, Bore Place is a successful example of how sustainable circular economy can work in harmony with people and nature. The place itself generates high-quality organic food and also markets it locally, in the region and supplies as far away as London. Its agriculture and eco venue provides the foundation with the financial independence for the social education and participation projects with which Bore Places would like to have an impact on society at large. Bore Place is a living and ever evolving example of the successful interplay between regenerative agriculture, educational equity and circular economy.
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About the host
Caroline Arnold, has a curious mind and leader dedicated to addressing the our time’s pressing environmental issues. She has built her entire career around the theme of environmental sustainability. She has worked in academia, government and the charity sector, gaining a wealth of experience that she now brings to her role as CEO of the global learning and living community at Bore Place. In doing so, she focuses on educational equity for the least privileged in society. Thus, Bore Place is also a space for learning and experimentation to demonstrate and engage others in how to create a better for people and planet. In her work, Caroline is guided by the values of inclusion, empowerment and collaboration.