“I made my own yurt in 2006. I spent a year living in it in a small hazel coppice called Hogleaze. I remember the first night I lay down on a futon mattress looking up through the crown at the stars feeling such a sense of achievement. I had created a home! The next morning I collected twigs from underneath the ash tree and made a cup of tea.
I would love to share some of the skills I have learnt and some of the experiences that make yurting so special. Yurts have a fascinating history, making them is relaxing, and sharing food on the fire is so fulfilling, so if this sounds like something you would be interested in then get in contact. We look forward to meeting you”.