The garden workshop at Camphill Blair Drummond is governed by the seasons. Led by John Robertson and Maria Woods, students grow a range of organic food and materials for the households and wider community.
During the busy summer months we harvest fruit and vegetables, some of which are used for chutney and jam-making during the quieter winter months. This teaches students that tasks performed earlier in the year can bring benefits later on. The therapeutic nature of gardening and the wide variety of tasks ensures that everyone can take part regardless of ability or strength.
September 16 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Annual Bike SafariOur annual Bike Safari was a huge success this year. We have raised a fantastic £1380 to date with further
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Celebrating Volunteers WeekLast week we celebrated Volunteers Week by thanking all our local volunteers and co-worker with personal messages and cards from our students
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Congratulations Melissa McIlquham!Melissa completed The Stirling Marathon in an amazing time of 4 hours 13 minutes. She has raised a fantastic £932.50 for
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- “My Ellen is a Day Student, Mon, Tues and Weds; she loves her time there, every single second. I love how happy and contented she is and how she is maturing and learning new skills” Hazel Wotherspoon (Parent)