…and then there is what you might call domestic anarchy – the mild sort of messiness of most peoples lives and homes. This last sort of anarchy tends to get amplified in communal settings. Continue reading Knocking-up, Support and other things we were supposed to do
So how do you turn a derelict mill into a thriving community with a handful of semi-skilled enthusiasts, no money, whilst bringing up small children (some of them being home schooled.) and at the same time being involved in local political campaigning ? Continue reading Doing Up The Mill (part 1)
Day 2 We head off late morning towards the Derbyshire hills above Sheffield on our way to the Quaker Community at Bamford. We stop off for a short stroll at Surprise View and then to grab a quick lunch at Continue reading Road Trip (Part 2) – 25 years young.