Sustainable home pioneers Simon and Jasmine Dale’s low-impact home inspiration

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Life & Soul Magazine

Sustainable home pioneers Simon and Jasmine Dale are inspiring the world with their low-impact home in rural Pembrokeshire, West Wales built entirely from a dream and for less than £30,000.

Starting with just £500 in the bank, the couple now have a 3-bedroom home, for they and their two children, made entirely from reclaimed materials including glass and timber, with sheep’s wool for insulation.

Their innovative and eco-friendly dream home sits on a hill in the eco village of Lammas. The Lamas eco village was created as an alternative model for living on the land. Under the scheme, residents of the eco village, which was established in 2009, focus on low-impact living and natural building.

Water, woodland and electricity are managed collectively and the plots at Lammas are largely dedicated to growing food, land-based businesses, growing biomass and processing organic waste. Land-based enterprises include fruit and vegetable production, livestock and…

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