Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Interview with Alison

Name
Alison


Age
42

How long have you lived in the community?
A long time.

What house do you live in?
Sunwood

What workshops do you do? (Which one do you like the most)?

Weavery and the tools workshop. I also do cooking. My favourite workshop is the weavery.

What activities do you do (like evening class or painting)?
I watch my DVD, listen to Mamma Mia songs, I weave small things in my room and hug my housemother.

What responsibilities do you have in your house?
I need to keep my bedroom clean. I do kitchen night (cleaning).
I help make cheesecakes and keep the co-workers awake.

What do you do at weekends?
I go and buy chocolates and ice cream and fish and chips on Saturday.
I help to do house cleaning and then relax. Sometimes I do fun things with the house.

Alex Fox

Thursday, 16 August 2012

Happy Birthday to Mark Crick

Happy Birthday to Mark Crick who lives in Whitethorn house in Camphill Milton Keynes. He is 36 today on Thursday 16th August 2012.
Alex Fox

Wednesday, 15 August 2012

Holiday to Camphill Botton Village


Camphill Botton Village is home to around 280 people including 130 with special needs. The village and its five farms nestle in Danby Dale in the beautiful North York Moors National Park. It’s not far to the towns of Teesside in one direction and Whitby, Scarborough and the Yorkshire coast in the other.
From 24th July to 4th August a group of residents and co-workers went on holiday to Camphill Botton Village. We stayed in some accommodation called the Tree Houses which is used by Eurythmy students and rented out to other people in the summer.
We bought all our food in the general store at Botton and regularly went to the cafe there.
We also went to the beach in Scarborough. The people who went were Andrew and Linda, Mark, Joe, Fiona, Peter and me.
One on the Tree Houses.
In the Cafe.
Shopping at Botton General Store.

The Bakery

 Some of Camphill Botton's cows.

Some hen's.

The seaside.


 Alex Fox

Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Planting a meadow

Here are some photos of us planting some wild flower seeds from boxes onto some ground cleared of weeds near the crypt at Camphill Milton Keynes. Unfortunately the wild flower seeds never grew so somebody planted some herbs instead. The idea of creating this small meadow was to attract more things like bees and butterflies to the gardens in Camphill Milton Keynes.

Where the wild flower seed were going to be planted. 
Sandra Havneraas with boxes of wild flower seeds.
Throwing the seeds onto the soil.
A handful of seeds.
Treading the seeds into the soil.
One of the herbs (lavender) that was planted.
How the small meadow is now.


Alex Fox