Our residents, co-workers, staff and volunteers were involved in a very special performance project over the Easter Holiday.
 Performed by the community over three days last week, Pilgrim’s Progress was a musical play with a ‘moral story’. An adaptation from the Christian allegory written by John Bunyan whilst he was in Bedford prison for preaching outside the Church of England in 1678, our version focused on key positive aspects of human existence. Exploring life as a journey, the broadening people’s horizons and experiences through travel, and how community and a sense of purpose is the key to fulfilling lives. A truly community wide project, everyone had a part as a musician, shadow performer or narrator. 
 One of the rather unique things about Camphill MK 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. It’s about meeting as people rather than as residents, staff, managers etc. 
 
Thanks to everyone involved and to our very own acclaimed director Joan Harris for making such a wonderful project happen!

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Last month we hosted our Spring Craft Fair in support of our vibrant community.
The day saw the best sunshine this year so far and we even made the Treasure Quest on BBC Three Counties.
We had over thirty local makers and crafters join us in selling hand made creations. On offer were arts and crafts, textiles, soaps and artisan chocolate; there was a lot of talent under one roof in our Chrysalis Theatre. Our own workshops produced lovely gifts and products too from homemade preserves to weaved blankets.
We even made a start of raising funds for a brand new defibrillator for our community with whopping 50-rpize Tombola.
Thank you to everyone who took part and came along to our Spring Craft Fair, it was great seeing and meeting everyone.
We’re already looking forward to the next one in November!

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Today we are very excited to host “Planning Conversations” with our partners in Milton Keynes Council, MK Snap, Talkback and Macintyre alongside people from all over the city that use services.

We are planning for future services in Milton Keynes.

If you have a disability and use services – or would do if what you wanted was available please come along to this free event and have your say!

Book your place!

We enjoyed a visit from BBC Three Counties Radio as part of MK50, Milton Keynes 50th Birthday celebrations at Camphill Milton Keynes.

Residents, staff, customers and voluteers were interviewed throughout the day about their experience of Camphill and life in Milton Keynes.

You can listen to the broadcast here Nick Coffer – 23/01/2017 – @bbc3cr

Nick Coffer from BBC 3CR Interviews our CEO.

Nick Coffer from BBC 3CR Interviews our CEO.

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Phone: 01908 235 000 Fax: 01908 235606

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