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Two days a week, Shelly volunteers in the café at Taurus Crafts. On other days, she has a paid job in the community’s gift shop, but she feels that volunteering adds even more to her life: ‘I love it because at the end of the day it’s showing what you can do. It doesn’t matter if you’re a volunteer, it just gets you out.
Botton Village, The Croft and Larchfield form a natural group of communities; they’re close enough together that you could visit them in a day.
Thanks to friends who supported the development of our community in Stourbridge, Sandra has taken a first step into greater independence.
Inspired by the popular television programme Come Dine with Me, residents of Camphill St Albans organised their own, healthy eating version.
Nearly everyone at Botton had a hand in creating a new, welcoming artwork near the entrance to the village.
Pepsi, a Shetland pony, lives in one of our stables at Larchfield Farm. When she’s not in the stables, mostly she’s out in the field with the sheep.

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