We are seeking a Craft Support Worker with a passion and experience in a range of hand craft and textile making activities! You don’t need any qualifications as a full induction plus professional training will be provided. Experience and passion for teaching art, craft, pottery and textile would be an advantage. Ideally you will have previous experience of working with adults with a range of abilities. A caring attitude and a genuine interest in people reaching their full potential is essential as you will be promoting person centred therapeutic activity through crafts and other day opportunities. Find out more about the workshop here and the full job description & how to apply here.
We are delighted to announce that our Cafe will re-open to the public on Monday 7th June.Whether you’re after a delicious lunch, a coffee or want to buy our daily baked bread or homemade preserves, we can’t wait to welcome you all! To ensure the safety of our staff and customers things may be a little different when you visit. Our aim remains the same to create a peaceful atmosphere accompanied by good food and first-class friendly service. You will now be able to purchase our delicious artisan bread, homemade preserves and honey in the Café. The room previously used as a Shop is now a fantastic new Textile Workshop, and our new Pottery Workshop next door will have open studios for you to visit & meet our skilled crafters and view the range of unique hand-crafts on sale. Please call to reserve your table in the café from the 1st of June by calling: 01908 308738And look out for further information in the coming weeks!
Calling all Friends of Camphill MK – ex-staff, volunteers, friends & residents! Want to wish us a Happy 40th Birthday this Autumn? 💜 We’re looking for short video messages from our old and new pals to help us celebrate! Send us you short recorded video or audio messages via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram!
We have a unique opportunity for a Garden Support Worker! This is an exciting opportunity to join our garden team where full training will be given, with an opportunity to gain horticultural qualifications if desired. The role offers the opportunity to work in our extensive gardens growing produce the natural way. All this and the opportunity to work alongside adults with learning disabilities. Salary: 18,525 per annum Please visit our Current Vacancies Pages for more info.
Thank you to everyone who took part in our Easter Grand Draw! And an extra big thanks to Milton-Keynesia and Tesco in Bletchley and Wolverton for their kind donations. The brilliant prizes meant that more of the funds raised could go directly on the projects that develop our innovative offering to continue supporting adults with learning disabilities. Ethan, our Fundraiser, says ‘The support that we have received for our inaugural Easter Grand Draw has been great, and we have raised around £300 to help develop and improve our community. A recent project that we have been able to complete thanks to our supporters is Camphill Internet Radio which has allowed our community to stay together spiritually whilst keeping apart and social distancing to keep safe during the pandemic.’ (The lucky winners have been notified.)