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Sustainable Warmth

Mark Anslow

1st January, 2008

Three years ago, winter was not a good time of year for residents at Hoathly Hill in West Sussex. A community founded in 1972 on the principles of Rudolf Steiner, many of Hoathly Hill’s residents enjoyed the sense of quiet self-sufficiency that living on a smallholding in Sussex’s High Weald gave them. more...

Hoathly Hill: 1/1 of 1

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