Bill Phelps from Chapeltown Cohousing is asking for help at Greenbelt Arts Festival.
Vivarium has a site for its Pilot Project at last.
Campion Homes have negotiated the purchase of Trynmuir which lies between Cupar, a market town, and Cuparmuir, a hamlet.
It is a sloping field with a walled garden to the south edge.
As children leave home and retirement looms the conversation turns more and more around what to do with our lives. Leaving aside becoming a globally recognised artist or my partner becoming a selflessly dedicated leader of worthy causes, the first realistic thought is moving abroad. On a dreary London day, La Provence’s blue sky is attractive. It is an excellent subject of day dreaming while commuting but the vision of oneself, 35 years later, victim of an unfavourable exchange rate, unable to pay health insurance bills, in a house we cannot sell, strikes me as a nightmare scenario.
There are lots of new resources on LILAC's journey now available to download below.
A lot has happened for Bridport cohousing group since the summer. We presented our plans to the planners in August, but as we had previously had extensive dialogue with them, our application held no surprises. We are hopeful for a response to our application by 17th December, but the indications are that, because of the pressure on the section caused by funding cuts, it could be February before we hear.