by James Sleigh
James Sleigh describes the founding of the Camphill Movement in 1940 in Aberdeen by a group of women as the men, all foreigners, had been rounded up and interned on the Isle of Man. He describes Renate, his mother, carrying the seed of Camphill, together with other strong women, into Southern Africa. The article with photos appeared in the June 2020 newsletter of Camphill Village West Coast.
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