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. 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.