Thursday 31 January 2019

The Recycle Contest

On Tuesday 8th January, there was the Recycle Contest at the Chrysalis Theatre in Camphill Milton Keynes. Each of the residents houses that went, entered as a team and could enter with one full clear bag of recycling items.
To win, one point was deducted for each wrong item in each houses clear bag. Each team had to answer a quiz. Points were rewarded to the clear bags and the quiz was added up at the end.
The prize of £50 was awarded to Whitethorn house which had the highest score.
The prize money was raised by the Residents’ Forum Group’s charity sale on Saturday 10th November during the Camphill winter craft fayre.
Alex Fox

Thursday 24 January 2019

Community Assembly

These are photographs of residents of Camphill Milton Keynes having a Community Assembly at the Chrysalis Theatre on Tuesday 11th December of last year.
Alex Fox

Thursday 17 January 2019

Recycling Talk

These are photographs of residents of Camphill Milton Keynes at a recycling talk at the Chrysalis Theatre..
Recycling is the process of converting waste materials into new materials and objects. It is an alternative to "conventional" waste disposal that can save material and help lower greenhouse gas emissions. Recycling can prevent the waste of potentially useful materials and reduce the consumption of fresh raw materials, thereby reducing: energy usage, air pollution (from incineration), and water pollution (from landfilling).
Alex Fox

Thursday 10 January 2019

Christmas Party

On Wednesday 19th December, residents and co-workers from Camphill Milton Keynes celebrated a Christmas party in the Chrysalis Theatre. There was lots of nice food and there was also a DJ playing music.  I really enjoyed going to this party. I think we should have a Christmas party every.
Alex Fox

Friday 4 January 2019

Christmas Grotto

These are photographs of the Christmas Grotto that was put up at Sunwood House in Camphill Milton Keynes.
The term grotto refers to any small cave or cave-like structure. Grottoes are found in many places in nature, including near bodies of water where the water erosion has carved small caves into rock. People have been using natural grottoes for shelter since prehistoric times. These small caves also are sometimes used to store relics or religious artifacts.

Alex Fox