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Devon Mud Hut Couple "Allergic To Modern Life" Fight Eviction

Thursday 12 October 2017


From UK news outlet DevonLive:


Kate and Alan Burrows
Kate and Alan Burrows: No matter what happens the couple
are determined to carry on with their smallholding.
(Image: ©

Devon mud hut couple "allergic to modern life" fight eviction

The couple only have a few weeks to move out of their home made of mud or the council will take action.

11 October 2017
© Local World

A couple who moved to Devon due to an “allergy to modern life” have almost hit the 50,000 signature mark on a petition set up to prevent them being kicked off their land.

In May 2015, Kate and Alan Burrows moved from Somerset to land they own near Chulmleigh.

They started off living in a caravan but were quickly told by North Devon Council they could not continue to do so.

“It was becoming clear we were going to lose our home in Somerset. We couldn’t afford to live a normal life anymore because of my illness,” said Kate.

“So we decided to make a new life for ourselves and ended up here – in a caravan initially.

“We were told by enforcement officers we couldn’t live in the caravan so we and our friends got to work and within six weeks we had a frame for a house which we could move into.”


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