Join Fellows and local people for a visit to Marmalade Lane, a cohousing development in North Cambridge
Marmalade Lane is a multigenerational community with shared facilities, designed to have a small footprint and to support sustainable living.
The RSA has long championed regenerative thinking and in 2018, published a report on coliving. In a time of climate breakdown, Marmalade Lane offers new ways of thinking about how we live and the homes we build. We will learn about the history of Marmalade Lane, how technology has been used to minimise energy use, and the practicalities of community living.
After the tour, we will mingle over tea and cake. One of the joys of the RSA is that Fellows come from all sorts of different backgrounds. This event is a friendly opportunity to meet other local people who may share your interests, alongside those who have very different areas of expertise!
Meeting point: the junction of Topper Street and Graham Road, opposite the parklet.
As with all RSA Fellowship events, this event is free and open to all, so do invite a friend along if you’d like.
Image: Marmalade Lane co-housing scheme. © David Butler, TOWN.
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