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Camphill Stories

An angel's tale
It’s been 25 years since workshop founder Michael made the first pair of Angels, in the shape of candleholders, for a kindergarten in Stroud.
A rewarding challenge
Nick Renshaw didn't just go the extra mile – he went a thousand miles this summer, pedalling from Lands End to John O’Groats in aid of The Camphill Family.
The Pheonix is rising
Thanks to your help, the builders have made good progress with the new Phoenix Community Centre in Newton Dee.
'It's been rather wonderful'
In the Botton Weavery, Lucinda has a beautiful new loom. "It's really nice. I really like it", she says.
'Eurythmy is good'
Gentle yet enlivening, Eurythmy enriches life for many of us in Camphill. As a form of artistic movement it’s been around for nearly 100 years.
Feeling great
Katharine and Kristian from Oaklands Park are here to tell you about ‘Get Fit, Feel Better’ – a course on fitness and healthy living they chose to take this year.