An eggcellent Easter Grand Draw raising funds for Camphill MK! The e-raffle Easter Grand Draw tickets are just £1 available through Eventbrite. The eggscelent prizes up for grabs are: Prize 1 – Hotel Chocolat Hamper Prize 2 – Lindt Hamper Prize 3 – Cadbury Bundle Prize 4 – Peace Pagoda Decoration donated by Milton-Keynsia Prize 6 – Campbell Park Sunrise Tote Bag donated by Milton-Keynsia
We are looking to recruit a part-time Drama Workshop Coordinator for our Drama Workshop for adults with learning disabilities with a passion for drama and art performance! You will lead the drama workshop team by planning, promoting and supporting a variety of performing art projects and opportunities. Find out more here!
The first lockdown didn’t stop us. The second lockdown didn’t stop us. The third lockdown WON’T stop us. We will continue to support our residents through thick & thin in 2021. Please consider supporting our work at this difficult time. Find out how here!
We are looking for an enthusiatic and practical individual to work closely with the Facilities Maintenance Manager to support and maintain a safe, secure and healthy working environment for our residents, staff and visitors. The successful candidate will carry out regular maintenance tasks and projects such as basic plumbing, decorating, visual electrical checks, furniture repairs/assembly as well as periodic inspections and health and safety checks. You may also respond to emergency call outs as required. If you want to know more and to make a positive difference to the quality and safety of the environment of our Charity and its beneficiaries, click here.
Thomas Weihs was a Doctor who fled Austria in the 30s after being pursued as a Jew (despite being a protestant!). In the late 30s, he moved to Scotland where he first worked alongside fellow refugee Karl Koenig and the other founders of the first Camphill school. Thomas had only just managed to escape Vienna on the last boat into Switzerland.