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About Us

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Kim Rainthorpe

Life outside of kids and as a single mum has been on hold while having 3 boys,, now aged 14, 12 and 8.

Having lived on this property since 2015 up until 2020, when we relocated back to the UK due to family illness and treatment, it has been a dream of mine to share this space.

Community has been such an important part of my and their lives by having great friends around for support, adventures and eating together. and so Nurture in Nature evolved in a slow organic way, so much so, I didn’t even realise it was happening.

 

A property like this needs lots of helping hands, eco sustainable living has always been of interest to me, yet the idea of a solo journey into this was daunting, so an idea was born, one of. community garden, outdoor summer camps for kids, adult retreats and collaborating with local community members to have space for them to share this vision.

 

I have loved the wilds of Africa growing up, seen the lifestyles of various European countries and I now I continue to call Pemberton one of my homes where I hope the boys and I will continue to return to each summer.

 

In sharing this land, it can only be a good thing for sustainable living, local produce and strengthening community bonds. I care deeply for the environment and would like to show future generations how and why we need to take care of this planet. By simply growing our own food, living eco friendly self sufficient lives, a small change can surely help towards a bigger change for the good.

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