chickenchargrill wrote:£29.99 for emails everyday, but if you want any further support or forum access?
Okay, so I apologise if this is a serious venture. What feedback are you after? What does that money get me? There's no where to stay. What is 'my acre' like at the moment? how much work am I going to have to put in just to get the land ready for use? Where does the money from the workshops I run go to? Would I pay £1000 up front? Not a chance.
Okay I will do my best to answer your questions...
On my rawhealthclub.co.uk website (which you brought up, not me) £29.99 for the raw course gets you daily emails of course modules with articles, recipes and meal suggestions and there is a guided meditation to use to help your subconscious mind accept the new ideas. The forum is completely free to join. If you want personalised coaching then I do charge for my time
Feedback, I am trying to find out if a low cost option, farm sharing idea is something of interest to anyone
I have to pay rent on the farm, provide facilities like toilets, showers etc so surely it is not unreasonable to ask for a payment to cover that as well as making sure the people are serious about getting it to work. No one values anything that is free do they? and £1,000 is less than £100 a month. I know people who have a larger alcohol bill than that.
What would you like your money to get you? its all open for debate
I don't know what the land is like at the moment, it has been a dairy farm for years and has been unoccupied for the past 18 months. Prospective tenants are not allowed to visit prior to application.
The google map shows it as mowed grassy fields. Once I am in, there would be the opportunity for interested parties to visit and view and meet with everyone before committing to anything.
I can't comment on the amount of work needed as you might want to do double digging on your plot or go the no dig way or use pigs to plough it up or just keep chickens on it or breed tiger worms.
Workshops would earn you a teachers fee, all negotiable dependent on what the workshops were, if they were part of another event, who would be attending etc