[before_listing images= youtube=null] My husband and I are looking for a place to park our live-in vehicle over the autumn months, and possibly beyond. Our choice to live on wheels is both an ecological and financial decision, and a conscious choice to enable us to explore life beyond the perimeters of convention. We are embarking on a project that looks at positive alternatives to our current paradigm, and as part of this we are seeking a base in or near Brighton and the surrounding area. We imagine the back of your garden, the corner of a field, a driveway, or disused yard. We need very little, but access to an outside tap would be preferable. If there were a garden or potential for a veggie patch, we would love to help you bring it to life. We are 33 and 34 yrs, Pete is an ecological designer, specialising in permaculture, and guest lecturer at Brighton University; he is also a skilled carpenter and handyman. I am a sports massage therapist, permaculture student and community volunteer. We can offer help with cooking, cutting wood, caring for your garden, children or animals, our skills, enthusiasm, and a love for living synergistically with nature. If you would like to discuss possibilities, please email lily@wetheuncivilized.org, or call 07832 258 877[landbuddy_listing youtube=null]

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