A Place of Refuge: An Experiment in Communal Living - The Story of Windsor Hill Wood
Why is it that the more advanced our society becomes, the unhappier we are?
Seeking an answer from the only honest perspective, Tobias Jones and his wife opened up their family home and ten acre woodland to those going through crises in their lives, or suffering from depression, addiction and loneliness.
They will encounter extraordinary people: from 'Roadkill Kev' to 'Mary Poppins'; build a chapel, raise pigs and encounter both violent antagonism and astounding generosity. At the same time, they will open themselves, their children and their ideals up to the most demanding of judgements and transformations.
Five years on, they think they are on to something. To sit down to eat together, to work on the land, to have no tolerance for drugs but a lot of tolerance for change aEURO" it takes time and many mistakes, but they have found a way to help people.
This is the story of how.
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