Friends and Relations of Spirits Intent
JMH Creative: Jenny who made magic in designing this beautiful website. Check out her other amazing work.
Wild Canvas: Our sister company specialising in Bushcraft Gear: the amazing Baker Campfire tent and it’s big brother the Land Rover Campfire Tent, custom made packs, tarps and other outdoor equipment.
Cornish Tipi Holidays: Lizzie and Alan run one of the original campsites to offer accommodation in nomadic tents: tipis with open fires outside naturally set in a series of glades in a magical quarry with a lake full of Rainbow Trout. Also do weddings.
Peter Alford Andrews: a world authority on nomadic architecture, Peter and his lovely wife, Mugul, made it their life’s work to document in detail, Asian nomadic tents.
Yorkshire Yurts: Tom and his team run a styley yurt rental operation and also Yurtshire, a top end glamping site on 2 sites in the North of England. Yurtshire pops up somewhere different every year so is kind of a nomadic camp.
Property For Sale in Italy: Gianpiero is an estate agent who has become our personal friend: that should speak volumes about his services!
Olly Jelley: wildlife and product photography and film maker extraordinaire.
Atkinson Vos: specialists in Mercedes Unimog, based in Lancashire. When we were on the road with a Unimog, Frank and his team helped us beyond the call of duty.
Windy Smithy: inexpensive, hand crafted wood burning stoves and hand tools
Anglesey Tipis and Yurts: Charlie and Ella run this low impact holiday site on the beautiful isle of Anglesey.
Inshriach House: : Walter and friends know how to play with an Edwardian estate in the Cairngorms, accommodation in the form of an isolated yurt, a restored 1954 fire service truck and a bothy a mile from civilisation. And the eclectic Insider Festival
Red Saw: Boris’ German Zen carpentry and outdoor skills in the Harz national park.
Wild Wise: Based in Devon, WildWise run courses, camps and holidays in bushcraft, survival skills, wildlife and nature awareness.
Karakalpak.com: David and Sue’s extensive research on the people, yurts and textiles of the Karakalpak people from Khorezm, south of the Aral Sea. The most intricate of yurt frames.
Croftwools: On Cuaig Croft in the Highlands, in a little house in the middle of nowhere, Lesley and Thomas Kilbride weave the webs.
Fred’s yurts: A fellow yurt maker with intensive yurt hire business
Wyldwoods: Stephanie’s place with ‘creative arts for well-being’.
Underwood Crafts: Alistair’s coppicey things: hedges, hurdles, yurts etc.
Kokopelli Camping: great guys hosting a slow, free-range campsite at the other end of the Majella at Serramonacesca, Abruzzo, Italy.
Anahata Healing Centre: Anahata is focused on the research and teaching of awareness through the healing arts. Angela Schmel, the facilitator, is a pioneer of the movement of holistic events in Italy.
Chapel Hill Farm: a special place in Mid-Wales, offering yurt and wagon accommodation on as part of an educational project growing food, raising livestock, and teaching ancient crafts.