What’s Happening

Camphill Youth conference report

Camphill Youth Conference 2019 At the end of August, we welcomed young people from Camphill communities across the world to the Esk valley. We gathered for a weekend of talks, workshops and discussions on how we can express our Camphill values in modern times.  Last...

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Progress at Homefield Garden

The sessions at Homefield Garden begin by making a circle with the garden team members and reading the verse of the week from Steiner’s Calendar of the Soul.  It's the time when we gather the strength and the drive before going to work on the land, and just one of the...

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Bakery News September 2019

Our Breaking Bread bakery is expanding. Between orders from our community houses and sales through our partners at the Future Health Store in Whitby, we can’t bake enough! So we’ve increased bread production to three days a week and have exciting plans to expand our...

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Open day

       OPEN DAYEXPLORE A NEW WAY OF LIVING AND WORKING On the 29th September we will hold an EVCC open day at Homefield. This event will serve as both a launch for our new Healing Through Community project in Ainthorpe, and an opportunity to show...

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Youth Conference

YOUTH CONFERENCE 2019 Esk Valley Camphill Community is holding its first youth conference this summer, where we will explore the question, 'How do we express our Camphill Values in the modern world?' All those with a young heart, and an interest in the future of...

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New House

New House   ‘Healing Through Community’’: The Homefield Project, Ainthorpe In April 2018, the Esk Valley Camphill Community officially launched its ‘Healing Through Community’ project in Danby Village Hall. Almost exactly a year later, we have now secured...

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Breaking Bread

Breaking Bread  We are reaching out into the local community with the launch of the “Breaking Bread” artisan bakery in Whitby.  The bakery is a joint initiative between EVCC and the Futurehealth Store on Skinner Street, which is run by the Common Cause...

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