Jocelyn Jones lived as a child on a farm in Sussex, studied English at Oxford, travelled by bus to Nepal and worked in London on Tenants’ Rights. She married Ian Jones, taught English in Nigeria (University of Ile-Ife) and found a direction, motor-biked around Guinea Bissau looking into the situation of the small-scale farmers after the war of liberation, worked for ORAP (Organisation for Rural Associations for Progress) in rural Zimbabwe (based in Bulawayo), completed a PhD and book and had her much longed for daughter Rose. Since 1985 she came full circle to living in Sussex and retrained as a Homeopath. 2007-2012 she combined Homeopathy with working actively for World Family. Since then the main focus is on her practice in Brighton.