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It’s not just shepherd’s huts that are clad in ‘wriggly tin’. 150 years ago, almost any building could be built using a kit chosen from a catalogue. Surviving examples of corrugated iron chapels, cottages and scout huts can be found all over Britain. The ‘Church in the Woods’, at nearby Bramdean inspired our latest project.

We named St Bride’s after the printer’s church near Fleet Street. It’s larger than the shepherd’s huts and blessed with its own en-suite shower and loo. You can charge your mobile too!

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A touch of off-grid luxury; Mini-moons; Phone junkies.
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“It’s like a hotel room, but in a field!”Paul