A former Dragon’s Den star, who once said news/professor-chris-whitty/index.html” id=”mol-24a689f0-dd11-11ed-96c7-afc269a4deb5″ target=”_self”>Chris Whitty should ‘hang’ for recommending the Covid vaccine to children, has been told to take down a ‘safe haven’ for antivaxxers.
Rachel Elnaugh, 58, who starred on season two of Dragon’s Den, raised almost a £1 million with a group called Phoenix Rose to buy a 70-acre plot of land in the Peak District in June.
The entrepreneur, who left the popular reality TV show after her gift company Red Letter Days went into administration in 2005, said the land acted as a ‘safe haven away from the threat humanity [is] facing’ and described the vaccination programme as part of a ‘great reset’.
The development, which included a teepee and a car park, had been built without planning permission. The group, also called the ‘Inner Sanctum’ initiative, said the site located at Cressbrook Dale, Derbyshire, would be used for its ‘shamanic rituals’.
On Friday, however, the Peak District National Park authority, ordered Ms Elnaugh and her fellow conspiracy theorists to tear the structures down and reverse the land to its former state.
Rachel Elnaugh, 58, (pictured speaking) who starred on season two of Dragon’s Den, has been told to tear down a ‘safe haven’ for antivaxxers by the Peak District National Park authority
The entrepreneur (pictured) left the popular reality TV show after her gift company Red Letter Days went into administration in 2005
The former Dragon raised almost a £1 million with a group called Phoenix Rose to buy a 70-acre plot of land in Cressbrook Dale, the Peak District, Derbyshire in June
The enforcement notice said, The Times reports, that the site ‘failed to respect or enhance the character of their surroundings and have a significant harmful effect on the character and appearance of the landscape’.
The land which the group bought is in a designated as a ‘nature zone’ and has the highest category of conservation protection because it contains ash and wych elm woodland. It forms part of the Derbyshire Dales National Nature Reserve.
Phoenix Rose’s prospectus earlier this year listed the intentions for the land which included ‘forest bathing, shamanic wisdom and natural healing’ as well growing vegetables.
The Covid conspiracy zealot previously described the estate as ‘an incredible vagina of land’, according to The Times.
Over the pandemic, the former dragon faced severe criticism for her anti-vax opinions.
The businesswoman turned Covid conspiracy theorist, who lives in Bakewell, Derbyshire said that the Covid-19 pandemic was used as a ‘great bioweapon’ and had been released by a ‘dark cabal’ in Switzerland.
She also said that England’s chief medical officer Chris Whitty, who became a well known figure in the pandemic, should ‘hang’ for vaccinating children.
Ms Elnaugh sparked fury in 2021 when she said Chris Whitty (pictured) ‘will hang’ for recommending Covid jabs for children
Responding to a Tweet by Good Morning Britain, which viewers if they were happy for their children to be vaccinated, the businesswoman, who is the founder of experience day firm Red Letter Days, wrote: ‘Child abuse. Whitty will hang for this.’
Ms Elnaugh announced earlier this month she would be standing in the local elections in Bakewell, Derbyshire, for the Love Party
Ms Elnaugh, who is standing in the local elections in Bakewell for the Love Party, said she decided to buy the land after coming to the realisation it had ‘manifested a temple exactly north-south oriented to the earth’s magnetic field’.
The businesswoman made her fortune through the creation of her gift company which was sold in August 2005 to her business colleague Peter Jones and Theo Paphitis who save the business from bankruptcy.
It was later sold to a competitor, SmartBox, in 2017.
Writing in her memoir following the collapse of her business, she said that those who had been ‘abusive’ towards her had come to a ‘sticky end’.
She also blamed an ‘army of faceless, jealous people’ for the gift business going into administration.
On her website, she describes herself as a ‘creator, communicator and changemaker’.
In 2012 she became the business manager for the alternative medicine practitioner and TV personality Stephen Russell, known as the Barefoot Doctor.
Russell stopped practicing after he admitted having had sex with former patients and died in 2020.
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