Contact me

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If you want to get in touch about anything you can e-mail me here

antonyjones1@hotmail.com

20 thoughts on “Contact me

  1. Louisa Wood says:

    Hi there Anthony.
    I love your site – really great stuff going on here! One request – please make the font bigger, it’s hurting my eyes to read so small as I want to read all of it……thanks so much,
    Louisa.

  2. dibnah says:

    Thanks Louisa I’ll see what I can do

  3. Ian Bolton says:

    you can make the font size bigger in your web browser.

  4. Klickbeans says:

    we love it!! Hope to see you soon. Big love to all stef and klickers x

  5. Gill Marshall says:

    Hey Antony,
    The site is fantastic, have managed to engross myself in it for the entire morning. Hope everyone is fine and happy over there. Hope to see you soon. Love Gill

  6. dibnah says:

    nice to hear from you Gill we’ll have to meet up soon.

  7. Hello from Chicago. This is for Louisa: to make the text look bigger press Ctrl and + at the same time. To make it smaller press Ctrl and – at the same time.
    It is very difficult to live a life of simplicity for some people because consumerism is so ingrained into the culture. People are valued more for their material wealth than for who they are.

  8. dibnah says:

    Thats true you have to decide if you are going to live your life the way that makes you happy or the way that pleases others. I know thats not as easy as it is to say and I struggle with it all the time and get sick of explaining my intentions and reasons but at the end of the day I can feel proud when I’ve stuck to my principals. Thats not to say that I don’t break them on a weekly or even daily basis.

  9. David Cairns says:

    Hello

    I relunctantly felled a fairly large Walnut tree in the spring and am faced with burning some lovely logs. I would rather give them to someone who could use them in a better way.

    Any interest??

  10. Sarah says:

    Hi Antony, how are things going? I’m sure we’d all love an update from you, even if it’s nothing green related. It’s a bit concerning when formerly regular posters vanish :D

  11. dibnah says:

    things are going OK thanks I’d love to still do regular posts but I don’t have a computer at the moment or a camera. I also tend to be moving about a lot so have not been very hands on for a while. However I’m still as enthusiastic as ever and will try and carry on when I’m more settled which hopefully wont be too long.

  12. Joram says:

    What I myself require to live on another planet, is 1st of all a lawyer, who’s a.s.a.p. & for what-ever why welcome to take ‘It’ up with me, please, so that I can more easily than up till now & of course explain & help you, him & e.g. myself rea-lise, what’s Our Future, an issue on which I must,
    however, warn you of any anti moral behavior, so that you don’t compromise e.g. yourselves, I be- lieve in no such behavior, not even on reverse.
    Greet’s, Joram.

  13. ush says:

    get back on your blog!! you were popular, you are missed!!!

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  15. Emma Kearon says:

    Great website, it’s so inspiring! I’ve just finished a permaculture design course and really want to live a more sustainable lifestyle. What u write about letting go of the modern lifestyle and feeling the natural cycles is so true.
    The herb spiral design looks good, but bad news about your chicken… I suppose that’s the natural way of things??
    Have u (or anyone else) got any advice on downshifting? I want to work less, and have more time to live simply, but not sure how to cover my outgoings etc if i stop working. Any advice much appreciated!!

  16. dibnah says:

    Thanks for taking a look, glad you like it. I think that is perhaps a bigger issue than I can just comment on. I’d suggest doing things in small stages, look at your outgoings see what you could do without but you also don’t want to struggle. I wouldn’t advise quitting your job, you’ll always have rent and bills to pay. Downshifting, living simply or whatever you want to call it is more about a lifestyle choice.

  17. bob says:

    HI

    We do not have the 2 shieves that we need for our ratchet press.
    How do we go about getting 2 more as is required?

    Thank you so very much for your cooperation,
    Bob

  18. Alison says:

    Hi there,

    Love your site. I have just moved to live in a barn in Corndale, Northern NSW, Australia. It is the English countryside and the blue sea ..cold fires for a short time, lots of tropical rain and heat.

    I want to create a herb medicinal and beautiful mandala. I would love any more assistance and if you have a larger image of the diagram

    Thank you!

  19. Steve Johnson says:

    Loved ur idea with the demijohns , have a few in the loft from years back, look great now on the allotment, thanks steve

    • dibnah says:

      thats great, I’ve had problems doing it sometimes but they work great I’ve had mine for years now, I’m crap at making wine anyway

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