Join us and help further some of our Projects

000249Look to your future in a very creative way by taking part in The HoBB Project. Come and help on creative projects and join the growing family of people who have experienced the HoBB way – a practical lifestyle designed to demonstrate a responsible attitude to the planet and its precious environment.

The HoBB is one of hundreds of Hosts who have grouped together to welcome visitors from around the World through the Wwoof Organisation and through Help Exchange. If you have a thirst for practical know-how, enjoy the countryside, are keen to tackle fresh projects and view yourself as eager and hardworking, check out our details on the links above and explore the wide variety of hosts across the World.

The HoBB also offers an evolving programme of Construction Residencies and Publishing Internships of varying length.

Keen environmentalists may be interested in applying for the Annual WoW Bursary – a chance to flex your eco-muscles and network with those determined to create a better and balanced future-lifestyle. Food and accommodation is included for successful applicants. Contact us for details and application form.

Identities – those stars behind our People Projects

Tracey Blunn + Dr.Nigel Smith
Thank you to the Priory Hospital (and Dr. Nigel Smith) for sponsoring World of Water.

– How did it work for you?

Great People create great projects and when projects are lucky enough to get the backing at the right time, they surface and make the headlines.

But what of the energy and the inspired thinking that continues un-noticed?

If you have news of projects and aims that should be out there on the frontline getting noticed, let us know and we’ll see if we can do our bit to shout about them from here at ‘HoBB Virtual’.

Waves ~~~~~~~~~ <+))))))))>< ~~~ Grant

(Pictured above, Priory Hospital sponsors Tracey Blunn, member of Reg. UK Educational Charity, World of Water, with all the right Jabs before she sets off to study the Tanzanian Rain Forests)

See also
People Projects Update