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Camphill Stories

On stage with Paul
In January, Paul had a great time performing in the group’s latest pantomime, Beauty and the Beast, at the Milton Rooms in Malton.
Shelly
‘If you go into Camphill, it’s a way of showing your independence’, says Shelly. And she’s not alone in exploring new things, as you can see.
Cherry House
‘I am happy in my new home’ That’s how Ruth feels about living in Cherry House – formerly The Cottage – in Botton Village. Thanks to your friendship it’s been transformed.
Down on the farm
‘I like everything about working on the farm’, says Matthew. ‘Feeding, mucking out, doing the bedding, cleaning the milk buckets – I really like it.’
The colourful and welcoming Café on the Corner is situated in St Albans town centre. Everything on the menu is organically sourced. And with its vibrant, arty atmosphere it’s a lovely place to pop into for a light lunch, or a coffee and a cake. with plenty of Quiche
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.

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