People needing Communal Places

Here is just one message on our noticeboard intended for individuals or families who would like to join an existing group. If you're wanting to place a message or reply to one that's already posted then you must either register or sign in. We restrict noticeboard messages to one per person at any time and your message is part of your profile (click "Your account" then the Edit tab). But before you proceed any further we would urge you to take a look here at communities that are currently looking for new members. Don't fool yourself into thinking that those places will be endlessly checking out People needing Communal Places and are, consequently, likely to approach you. Communities rarely do head-hunting and, in fact, they'll probably think far more highly of you if you take the initiative and make a direct approach to them. You should also be aware that there are scarcely any communities where people can live without making any financial input. Offers of work in exchange for a money-free life will most likely be ignored - most members of communities work their butts off for the place where they live AND pay to live there as well!

Small living addiction

I am an active female pensioner with a dream of living in a small chalet/shepherd's hut/flat as part of a community or smallholding. I have volunteered in a couple of places on Diggers and Dreamers in kitchen, housekeeping and gardening (although I'm no horticulturist!) I am keen to live with ecology and clean environment as paramount, off grid if possible. I have a background in accounts both paid and voluntary in commerce and charities. I can cook for omnivores, vegetarians and vegans. I am comfortable caring for animals, domestic and farmyard inc. Alpacas! I worked in Italy for two years with rescued cats and dogs ( not fluent in Italian but woof and meow quite proficient!) As a Yorkshire woman I am trusting and friendly but with a strange sense of humour. I have a clean driving licence but do not have my own car. I have a small rescue cat who lives indoors and I occasionally care for a 14 year old pug - we are all very quiet, clean, tidy and careful. I'm happy to work to augment any rent but can pay contribution to accommodation, food etc. Ideally a small place to live within reasonable travelling distance to outskirts of Bristol to visit family occasionally. Anybody out there with a space for me? Send reply to Pat

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