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Growing Better Lives: peace, quiet, and yurts

The Lancet Psychiatry, vol.2 no.8 p685-686, August 2015


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Resource IDlangford2015
Resource titleGrowing Better Lives: peace, quiet, and yurts
Author(s)Alex Langford
Publication/ sourceThe Lancet Psychiatry, vol.2 no.8 p685-686
Date publishedAugust 2015
Summary text/ abstractI am led over a wooden bridge across a small lake, down a narrow mud path, past a totem pole and towards an imposing Mongolian-style yurt. Surrounded by plant life, the sturdy door is held open and I duck inside. I'm offered a wicker chair, and although it's a little chilly a stove is being loaded with logs and stoked up. If it wasn't for the dull, distant rumble of traffic, it would be easy to forget that we're just 10 minutes from the end of the Metropolitan line, halfway between Uxbridge and Slough, UK. But with a beautiful incongruity, that's where Growing Better Lives resides.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Land Rights, Neo-Luddism, Simplicity
Added to Free Range Library03/01/2016
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