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!
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 this sounds like you, click here.
An eggcellent Easter Grand Draw raising funds for Camphill MK! The e-raffle Easter Grand Draw tickets are just £1 available HERE! 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-Keynesia Prize 6 – Campbell Park Sunrise Tote Bag donated by Milton-Keynesia
Camphill Milton Keynes is rather unique among Camphill Communities for its urban setting. Most of the early Camphill communities were built on farmland or country estates and usually quite remote. CMKC was an attempt to create a community within a more urban environment where residents could seek out outside work opportunities and have access to urban amenities.
On International Women’s Day we celebrate Morwenna Bucknall, one of the founders of Camphill MK Communities. Here’s a film, created by Jeremy Cooper, featuring the many people whose lives she’d touched, in her lifelong quest in helping others. We would like to thank everyone who contributed to this film, your memories were invaluable in the making of this project.