Here we have links to people and projects we work with, those we have met along the way and other worthy causes.
Our Internet Places
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The national archive and incubator for our folk heritage.
Fergus the Forager, who is visiting us at times during the walk.
A resource sharing site making the transition from a money-based communityless society to a community-based moneyless society. Sign Up!
Fantastic folk singer, promoter, friend and supporter
Britain's only 'Free Bookshop'.
A wonderful festival. Lots of sustainable, entertaining and educational….fun.
Medway Maritime Trust – The Preservation of Historic Maritime vessels
Magazine and Publishing Company for sustainable living.
Bloodstone Arts is a Guild of Traditional Showmen. The mythic art of celebration in Albion.
A bicycle traveller we met in Romsey who documents Britain from a 2 wheeled perspective. Well worth a read.
A writer, social critic and forward thinker. Paul wrote a feature in the Telegraph about us.
A new movement of writers artists and creative thinkers - the uncivilized masses.
Transition Forest Row
Plaw Hatch Farm – A biodynamic farm we stayed on, producing unpasteurized milk and great veggies.
campaigns peacefully for access to the land, its resources, and the decision-making processes affecting them.
The campaign to preserve the ancient archeological site, seat of the Irish High Kings, through which they would like to build a Motorway.
Fantastic database of plant uses.
Brilliant artist, illustrator and author. Trystan has produced caricatures and cut-outs for us out of the goodness of his heart. He does graphic design and all sorts of different arty stuff. Check it out.
Founded by Satish Kumar, a magazine for the issues of our times.
Stemming the growing industry of maiming people. (www.landmines.org.uk)
Studying what the ancients can teach us. (www.megalithomania.co.uk)
Bushcraft information and forums.
Access the Ancient Woodland Inventory to locate Ancient Woodland in your area via this interactive map.
A London vegetable community.
A useful map of folk clubs and events in Britain
Providing sustainable living solutions to communities in need.
Studies of ancient sites and their uses.
Studio and festival band download site.
A pair of wonderful soul songstresses.
A Festival in East Kent, focussing on local traditional music and custom. Well worth a look-in, for a joyous day of Kentishness in all its raw and pleasant forms.
Robin Harford's excellent wild-food blog, with seasonal recipes and techniques. Well worth a regular visit.
a 1000 kilometre journey by a troubadour on horseback, through France and Switzerland, to raise awareness for sufferers of Autism. An ace project, most well done...
UK youth climate change council. Great big fun events, like a festival but saving the world.
Nature's Secret Larder - Wild Food Resource, articles and lots of useful information about, Bushcraft, Plant lore, Tree lore, Wildlife, Photography, Survival, Courses and much more from bushcraft and wild food instructor Kris Miners.
campaign to lessen people's weekly meat-intake, to allow higher quality and more occasional feasting.
a piece of raw talent, the future of broadcast, all demonstrated here within this short little film. Also starring Lucy Kitt...
excellent portfolio of young genius, responsible for this here website (amongst other miracles)
an excellent guide to foragable foodstuffs within the M25 loop. Like the finding of nutritious moulds inside a power-station, you gotta do what you can to survive...
manufacturers of low-price, high-grade outdoor equipment. A great young company - we're trying to make friends with them as we speak - their kelp jackets are lovely...
the website of the druids of stonehenge.