Only if the incumbents are "neutralised" in the process.
I have a book somewhere called ‘Little Imber on the Down’ (IIRC) that paints a far rosier picture of the sustainability of Imber. It was bucolic but not particularly isolated; buses from Warminster, trips to Salisbury, etc.I'm researching a story on Imber Village at the moment as it happens. I conclude from the above responses that the place is a wreck and if it hadn't been commandeered by the War Department the village would have spawned a generation of inbred cattle worriers.
Anyone got anything else to add?
I don’t think you need apologise to Earth, he’s from India so he’ll be quite familiar with shïtting outside...At or around ( Google Maps )I took a careful and deeply satisfying dump at or around March 1975. I say this in the spirit of disclosure and apology for polluting the Earth; something which has never previously happened there or anywhere else in the vicinity. I used a big knife (another apology) to defile and scar the earth, and failed to adequately stitch the turf together afterwards. I pee'd on a tree too, but prayed to its God for absolution.