A trust — the Novalis trust — which operates a curative pedagogy institution (an anthroposophical school for disabled people) also happens to own a pub. Here’s a quote from an old article:
‘As well as being the chief executive of the school, Mr Jones was a director of The Spiritual World Ltd, the company which ran the pub and leased the building from the trust.’
That’s a hilarious name for an establishment selling spirits (however not of the conventional anthroposophical variety).
There’s a conflict in the village about this pub. The conflict is not new (the article is from 2010) and appears to ongoing still. Today, a document making all kinds of allegations against the anthroposophists was pulled from the internet. Allegations, whose veracity I can say nothing about; they may all be false for all I know. It appears that living in a small village were even the pub is owned by an anthroposophical institution is not so easy and harmonious.
But enough about the boring stuff.
Let’s enjoy the wonderful company name instead: The Spiritual World Ltd.