This public talk, given at Braziers Park, Oxfordshire, Britain's oldest secular community, examines the connections between interwar woodcraft groups, later experiments in living, and present day anti-establishment practices. The talk was attended by community members, historical researchers, members of present day woodcraft groups and local people. The lecture was recorded by and is hosted on the website of the Planned Environment Therapy Trust.
|Place of Publication||Gloucestershire, UK|
|Publisher||Planned Environment Therapy Trust|
|Publication status||Published - 22 Feb 2016|
Pollen, A. (Author/Creator). (2016). The British woodcraft movement: origins and legacies. Digital or Visual Products, Planned Environment Therapy Trust. http://pettrust.org.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1245%3Athe-british-woodcraft-movement-origins-and-legacies-a-talk-by-annebella-pollen&catid=60&Itemid=176