Mark Stephen hears the history of the Camphill Movement, which began in 1939 when a group of Austrian refugees arrived in Scotland and set up an inclusive community.
Over 70 years ago a group of Austrian refugees arrived in the North East of Scotland and, inspired by the ideas of Rudolf Steiner, set about creating an inclusive community. From this group of pioneers emerged the Camphill Movement which now exists in 119 countries around the world providing support for adults and children with special needs.
This week in Our Story Mark Stephen finds out more about the origins of Camphill and meets one extraordinary lady who, although not one of the very first early pioneers, arrived here in Scotland to join the group shortly after.
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Mark With Contributor Marianne Gorge
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