Friday 29 May 2015

Interview with Caroline


How long have you lived in the community?
27 years

What house do you live in?
Oberlin (No 7)

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

What activities do you do (like evening class or painting)?
I do not do these

What responsibilities do you have in your house?

What do you do at the weekends?
I go into town with Max

Would you like to share anything with this newsletter?
I like living in CMKC. I love Emi!

What did you do before you came to CMKC?
I lived at home with my parents

What are your hobbies?
I like cats, dogs and embroidery

Is there anything you do not like?
I don’t like horses

Alex Fox

Thursday 21 May 2015

Fitness and Dance group

There is now a fitness and dance group running in Camphill Milton Keynes for residents. It's on Mondays and Fridays in the Crypt. It is being done by a co-worker called Shadrach Peplowski who comes from Poland. Residents who complete ten sessions are allowed to go on a picnic.
Alex Fox

Friday 15 May 2015

Piano Concert

On Saturday 25th April, the students of Keyquest Music provided an evening of piano music featuring players of all ages and at all levels, from beginners to advances and semi-professional players at the Chrysalis theatre in Camphill Milton Keynes. The concert finished with a short performance by the pianist and teacher Andrew Eales.
Keyquest Music is the independent music education business, private teaching practice and creative outlet of pianist and composer Andrew Eales B.Mus, ARCM.
Through Keyquest Music Andrew provides:
•Professional Piano Tuition in Milton Keynes UK
•Piano and Keyboard lessons for Adults and children
•Regular Performances and Student Concerts
•Music Theory Classes
•Educational Consultancy and Advice
•Educational Publications including the best-selling Keyquest Books
•KEYBAND! Electronic Keyboard Ensemble programme
•Recordings of Piano Music and Original Compositions
Alex Fox

Friday 1 May 2015

Pathway to Work

On Tuesday 14th April, from 10.00am to 3.00pm, there was an event called 'Pathway to Work' at Herons Lodge Guide Centre, Bradwell Road, Loughton Lodge, MK8 9AA (opposite the National Badminton Centre).
This was an opportunity for people with learning disabilities or autism to explore the world of work with employers and support agencies.
Groups who attended were Age UK, Centre for Integrated Living (CIL), ECCO, Equality Works, JobCentre +, Maximus, MK College, MK SNAP, Shaw Trust, Talkback, Thrift Farm, Wookchuck.
For more information about this event please contact:
Michaela - 075 4551 3140 -
Alex Fox