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When the pilot reported back, officials were unable to find any records, let alone planning permission, for the mystery hillside village surrounded by trees and bushes.

Generating their own power and growing their own food, they strived for self-sufficiency and thrived in homes that looked more suited to the hobbits from The Lord of the Rings.

Then a survey plane chanced upon the 'lost tribe'...

The sentencing in Eaton County is likely to be similar to the remarkable victim impact statements in nearby Ingham County over the past two weeks.

For five happy years they enjoyed simple lives in their straw and mud huts.

Community founder Emma Orbach, a 52-year-old mother of three, said yesterday: 'We are really excited and happy as it has been a very long battle.'Even when planning inquiries and court hearings went against us we were determined to fight on.'The villagers are pioneering a new lifestyle and are determined to prove it's possible for people to live more simply.'Tony Wrench, 62, who lives in the original roundhouse with his partner Jane, said: 'We are very relieved and delighted.'We have been able to prove to the planners that it is possible to have a sustainable and low-impact community in the countryside.

Green: The houses use only solar power and get light from a roof window 'We had to prove we were improving the biodiversity of the area and conserving the woodland and we did that.

The eco-community in the Preseli mountains of west Wales was set up in 1993 and lived contentedly away from the rat race round a 180-acre farm bought by Julian and Emma Orbach.