We have 9 adult members - 6 men and 3 women (there are also 2 women trial members).
In the communal farmhouse, there are eight bedrooms plus shared kitchen, dining room, lounge and conservatory.
We live in a farmhouse, barn conversion, static caravans, and a wooden cabin.
The independent dwelling spaces allow greater personal space and choice.
We all pay rent and fuel contributions to the co-op.
Many of us are self-employed, and work off the farm as well as on the farm.
We rent areas of the farm from the community in order to pursue our own projects and businesses.
We work together when we want to and need to.
We usually have two community meetings per month to discuss finances, work and other issues.
We only occasionally eat together.
Some of us eat meat, and we keep some hens.
We may keep more livestock in the future.
We sometimes have vacancies.
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Visitors may come as personal guests, volunteers, holidaying campers, or as a course participant.
Sometimes we host groups who want to see what we do here, or who want to stay here while visiting the local area.
We have a Visitor's Barn, which has basic kitchen facilities, a main room with a woodburner, and a smaller room.