We provide community and supported living for adults with a range of learning abilities and disabilities. Here at Camphill Milton Keynes Communities we have houses at our Willen and Pennyland sites but we also work with people who live outside of our community. We can help with managing medications, practical support in the home as well as neighbour issues, finances, health and anything else that individuals and families may need support with.

Referrals can come from anywhere but most often will come from a social worker or similar. Please contact us if you would like to know more.


Read more

Here at Camphill Milton Keynes Communities, we run a varied program of workshops designed to teach new skills and provide valuable work and life experiences all in a fully supported environment. We run Land Craft, Gardens, Bakery, Café, Shop, Theatre, Art & Craft, Tech Lab and Newsletter workshops. They are not only creative but are specifically designed to provide meaningful and rewarding experiences. The workshops run throughout the year and service users can opt in or out according to their interests and goals.

Read more

Community is a key part to life here at Camphill Milton Keynes. As well as our workshops we also have regular events and activities open to everyone. One of the rather unique things about us is that we work hard to ‘build community’ by getting people involved in projects that are not much to do with their work but create social and cultural activity where we all have a part to play. We host regular events that are for our community but also for the public. We host performances in our theatre, our café and are open daily, and we also host craft fairs that not only showcase our own skills but also the wider community’s.

Read more

  • parents and families

    Parents and Families Area

    At Camphill Milton Keynes Communities we want to consult, involve and inform all of our Residents, Families & Friends, Staff and Partners.  Our dedicated Parents and Families area shares information and resources for our residents families and staff.

    More Details

  • 4children_involved3

    Music Event for Children

    Children who experience domestic violence usually think that they are guilty, they live in a constant fear and there are more likely to be victims of child abuse.

    Every hour, approximately 115 children are abused. Help to stop this!

    More Details

  • 3

    Charity Event

    Children who experience domestic violence usually think that they are guilty, they live in a constant fear and there are more likely to be victims of child abuse.

    Every hour, approximately 115 children are abused. Help to stop this!

    More Details

Humans of Camphill

Humans of Camphill – In Conversation with Alan T.

Ever wanted to know what life is like at Camphill MK Communities?
We continue our Humans of Camphill project and find out what life is really like at our community from the perspective of our residents and service users.

First up is Alan T., read on to find out more!

CMKC: How did you hear about Camphill?
AT: My brother Norman has been volunteering at Camphill for many years and I got to know Camphill through my brother.

CMKC:  What do you like about Camphill?
AT: I made new friends at my house, with residents and staff already. There are many friendly people at Camphill, and I like the workshops here too. I have tried tools workshop, gardens, bakery, newsletter, and my favourite workshop is arts and craft and the Sunday art class, as I love painting.

CMKC: What is your favourite food and drink?
AT: Banger and mash. I like to drink water, tea and diesel (this is a joke☺).

CMKC: What’s your favourite TV programme?
AT: Escape to the Country, Emmerdale, Coronation Street, East Enders and Homes Under the Hammer.

CMKC: What’s your favourite animal?
AT: Horses, as my granddad used to have a farm and he kept horses along with other animals like donkeys, alpacas, chicken, goats etc. I like cats and dogs too.

CMKC: What animal would you like to be and why?
AT: Definitely a horse!

CMKC: What are your hobbies?
AT: I love classical music, taiji and yoga.

CMKC: Where did you live before Camphill?
AT: Woodbridge, Suffolk.

CMKC: What did you do before Camphill?
AT: I worked in a food workshop in a place near Ipswich.

CMKC: Do you like football?
AT: No, football is not my cup of tea. I love watching show jumping instead.


We’re Recruiting!


We are seeking to recruit fantastic individuals to fill several rewarding opportunities.
These are fantastic opportunities to develop skills and create a living and working community where people with learning disabilities and those who support them may reach their full potential in the spirit of lifelong learning and development.

We are specifically looking for:

House Coordinator


Bakery Support Worker


Support Workers

Bank (Relief) Support Worker


If this is you, or someone you know, please get in touch and visit our Current Vacancies page for all current vacancies.



Camphill Café

Our Café is open for brunch and lunch Monday – Friday 10am to 3.30pm.
Our Menu offers vegetarian and vegan, freshly prepared food homemade on the premises. Where possible we use Camphill grown or ethically sourced ingredients making the most of the season’s harvest.
Our Bakery produces a range fresh bread and sweet treats to complement a selection of homemade preserves and cordials.
Our aim is to create a peaceful atmosphere accompanied by good food and a first class friendly service.
Brunch is from 10am – 11.30am
Lunch Noon – 2pm
To book a table please call: 01908 308738
We look forward to welcoming you!


Follow Us

Contact Us

Camphill Milton Keynes Communities, Japonica Lane, Willen Park, Milton Keynes, MK15 9JY.

Phone: 01908 235 000 Fax: 01908 235606

Camphill Café: 01908 308738