Hey everyone!

I about to buy some land with housing and infrastructure for energy, gardening and water supply.

I’m trying to get a good group of like minded people with varying skills to happily live independently and free.

Send me a message if you’re interested.

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7 Responses to “Plot of land in Wales in Wales. Looking for people to start a community.”

  1. Meg

    Hi :)
    Me my partner and my sons are looking to start our off grid journey !
    We are both young 32&29 fit and strong, have building/building materials experience .. and I have animal and allotment experience..
    we aim to be almost totally self sufficient in a matter of years we just need to find a place to begin this amazing way of life ..
    thank you for reading xx

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  2. jj

    Hey guys!

    For anyone intereseted, I’m a tradesman in London, originally from Cape Town. My wife’s from New Zealand and we’re leaving for Bulgaria in October. We looked at Wales and the One Planet options but it’s quite a process and a big lead time. Can be doing something similar in BG and be up and running in months, not years.

    We have cash and a plan. Natural off frid living is our passion and we know it requires work and community.

    Many hands make light work and we’re open to partnering with people who have a good heart and are honest, reliable, hard working and know it takes more than dreams to make things happen.

    The permaculture ethics of earth care, people care and future care are our starting point.

    Email me at psyseas@gmal.com to set up a Zoom meeting. We can talk ideas and see if we’re on the same level.

    Best regards
    JJ & Nikki

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  3. Walter

    Hi. I like the idea. Please let me know if You are still looking for people in order to start. We are a family of 3 (33F.32M.25M) adults and 3 kids. Running our own ecommerce business. We are skilled in IT but also nature orientated, we would love to manufacture natural products/food/hand craft and sell it to other people in order to provide earnings to support our community, not just food for us to survive :-) We are not afraid of hard work as it is a part of our culture. Also we can contribute financially.

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  4. Vinnie locke

    Hi there.. Your idea of starting a commune sounds amazing! I have been thinking about going off grid for some time now just haven’t been able to find any communes looking for members! I am very strong when it comes too manual labour working years as a construction labourer then moving into being a fishmonger involved a lot of lifting.. I am very green fingered as I have my own allotment! I’m very friendly and so easy to get along with and will always help anyone if they need my help.. I hope to hear from you soon.. thank you

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  5. Rebecca Short

    Hi, I’m a 31 year old female. Just me and my dog (small medium mix, totally lush & well trained) Rana. My background is in animal care/management, hospitality, permaculture, music and professional dog training. I’m a pretty creative, hard working soul. I have a lot of knowledge and experience regarding conservation, sustainability, food production and animals. I’d happily visit / camp & help you set up for a while if you need it. Congrats on the land! Stay safe – Rebecca Short

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  6. JohnChippy

    Hi Aquemini.
    Your project sounds interesting. I’d need some more details.
    Myself, I’m a very young, fit, healthy 39 year old. Formwork carpenter. Also experience in other forms of carpentry and minor plumbing and larger drainage systems.
    I have a 400 sq m allotment in London. Vegetarian (almost vegan, just eggs, but would be happy to eat wild meat). Very capable in the kitchen. Amateur forager. Well travelled. Lived off grid for a year in Indonesia, though admittedly it was pretty luxurious and warm on the most part. Don’t watch TV, avid reader.
    Living and working in London at the moment. And finally, like Jacob (above or below) I’m also looking to buy a van in the next month.
    Look forward to hearing from you.
    John

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  7. JACOB DAVIES

    Hi there Me my girlfriend, our son, dog and van are looking for a community land project in wales for us to live and work off. We are just about to buy our van at the end of this month and by the spring equinox we want to be on a project lie yours. I have experience in building, land maintenance and professional cooking, my partner is a full time mother at the moment as our boy is 4 months. I have worked at a handful of projects across Europe and together we have lived off grid in a community in Spain so we know what the lifestyle entails

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