humans of camphill

Humans of Camphill

March
14

We continue with our Humans of Camphill project to find out what life is really like at our community from the perspective of our residents and service users. Next up is Fiona D., who’s been living with us since the 80s! CMKC: Where did you live before you came here? FD: I went to a Camphill school in Aberdeen for a few years. It was a school for hearing impaired students. I learned writing and Makaton – a form of sign language there. CMKC: What were the biggest changes and challenges of moving to Camphill? FD: When I moved here, …

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Humans of Camphill

March
5

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 …

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women of camphill

March
30

Continuing with our series of interviews with the Women on Camphill, we chat to resident Tamsin about the importance of looking out for one another and how adapting to challenges can inspire confidence. CMKC: What’s your name and what’s your role in the community? T: I’m Tamsin, a resident at Camphill. CMKC: How long have you been involved with the community? T: Many years! CMKC: What’s your most memorable experience in the community? T: Janne and Lucas wedding two years ago. CMKC: How important do you think women are to this community? T: Women are very important. We look after …

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joan h camphill

March
5

As part of our celebration of women in our community, we spoke to Joan H about what it means to be a ‘Camphiller’, what role women play in our community and what the future might hold. CH: What’s your name and what’s your role in the community? JH: I’m a Senior Co-worker, and my role involves general cultural input through music, eurythmy, festivals and garden beautifying. CH: How long you have been involved with the community? JH: I became involved in September 1995. CH: What’s your most memorable experience in the community? JH: Facilitating plays/musicals with residents, co-workers and staff. …

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Fiona D Camphill

March
5

With the upcoming launch of our Humans of Camphill project, we are kicking things off with Women of Camphill in the run-up to International Women’s Day this week. We have spoken to the amazing women in our community about what it means to be a woman and the impact they have on society and Camphill. Here’s the first lady to be featured, Fiona D. “I am Fiona, I am a resident of Camphill. I have lived in this community for a long time. I love art work and I am brilliant at doing jigsaws. I’m also very good at photography. …

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