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Volunteering and Jobs

Volunteer vacancies : Volunteer Vacancies - 963

Sturts Community Trust is an inclusive Camphill Co-housing Community. We have a working biodynamic farm, garden and farm shop supporting people with learning difficulties. Our thriving life-sharing community continues to promote the founding principles of Camphill and to develop Co-production and Social Pedagogy. We have opportunities for individuals and couples to join us who are interested in community building and life-sharing. Suitable persons should have an interest in developing self-knowledge through service to others. A good command of English is essential alongside an ability to self-reflect and be flexible. Full information will be sent on enquiry.

Camphill centre
Sturts Community Trust          View website          View map
Three Cross Road West Moors Ferndown Dorset
BH22 0NF
Email address
01202 854762
Preferred start date
Minimum period
12 months
Minimum age
Gender requirement

Brief Community sketch

Sturts Community Trust is committed to evolving and developing new forms of community living based on the original ethos of Camphill. We consist of two distinct Co-housing initiatives within close proximity to each other; both centered on holistic inclusive life-sharing supporting a biodynamic farm, garden and developing social enterprise. The celebration of Christian festivals, social and artistic activities are also an integral way of life which is not governed by a normal working week of 40 hours but by the impulse to create community living.

Enquiry and application contact
Georgina Hart
Telephone: 01202 854762
Fax: 01202 854763
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