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The latest Camphill School Aberdeen newsletter has been produced to coincide with the school’s Open Day on Saturday, September 20.

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Grampian Opportunities supports Natalie in achieving her ambition

Grampian Opportunities has helped Natalie Naylor, from Huntly, to achieve her ambition by graduating, with honours, from the Robert Gordon University. Now she is preparing to go on to do a masters degree.

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Donation will help change lives of ten vulnerable children

A donation from retired petroleum engineer, Tim Wells, will mean ten disadvantaged children will be able to benefit from the pioneering Nature Nurture programme in Aberdeen, in the coming months.

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HSPC launch fundraising drive for the Archie Foundation

The Highland Solicitors Property Centre (HSPC) has chosen to support the Archie Foundation as its end-of-year charity, following a successful year that has seen house sales in the Highlands and Islands increase by a quarter.

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Camphill school newsletter published

We have just published the latest edition of the Camphill School Aberdeen newsletter, Network.

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Donation will help improve lives of ten children

A £6,100 donation, handed over by members of the St Fittick Rotary in Aberdeen, will enable ten vulnerable children to benefit from the pioneering Nature Nurture programme. Read More...

Cricketer John Edrich set for charity golf day fundraiser

Former England and Surrey cricketer John Edrich MBE has 20 teams signed up for his cancer charity golf day at Ballater Golf Club on Tuesday, September 25.

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Tool donations to help enterprise in Africa

Ellon Rotary Club have delivered two trailer loads of old tools to Camphill School Aberdeen, where they will be refurbished before being assembled into tool kits and sent to Africa by the Tools for Self Reliance charity.

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Aberdeen GP aims for Nature Nurture funds on Edinburgh Marathon

Aberdeen GP, Dr Stefan Geider of Camphill Medical Practice and Camphill Wellbeing Trust is organising a team to run in the Edinburgh Marathon on May 27 to raise funds for the Aberdeen charity Nature Nurture.

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Camphill School Aberdeen opens its doors

Camphill School Aberdeen is holding an Open Day on Saturday, September 24 from 2pm to 5pm at its Camphill campus on Milltimber Brae, in the Milltimber area of Aberdeen.

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Aberdeen group supports Camphill Wellbeing Trust

Aberdeen building services, engineering and marine safety company, the Richard Irvin Services Group has stepped in to help an Aberdeen charity to provide accommodation for patients who are undergoing therapy.

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Cricketer John Edrich organises golf day for cancer charity

England and Surrey cricketer John Edrich MBE is organising a fundraising golf day this autumn to raise funds for the cancer charity he credits with helping him overcome leukaemia.

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Planning application submitted for Aberdeen care home

Simeon Care for the Elderly has submitted a planning application to develop a new care home in its existing grounds at Cairnlee Estate in the Bieldside area of Aberdeen. The plan is the first stage of a planned redevelopment to create a new care home, day facilities and sheltered housing on the existing site.

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Camphill charities to join in Celebrate Aberdeen parade

Camphill Aberdeen City and Shire charities will be among the 120 organisations taking part in the Celebrate Aberdeen parade and Saturday, June 11.

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Camphill Connections summer 2011 published

The latest edition of Camphill Connections has been published to coincide with the Discovering Camphill national conference on May 17.

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Cranes symbolise hope for Japan

Following the devastating magnitude 9.0 earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Japan on March 11, more than 26,000 people have been reported dead or missing.

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Talk examines use of colour in art therapy

The role of colour in art therapy will be examined by Jennie Tanser, Art Therapist at Camphill Medical Practice, at a free talk in Aberdeen on Tuesday (March 29) evening.

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Gardener’s forum to support care for the elderly

Beechgrove Garden presenter Jim McColl is among a panel of experts who will be answering questions at a Gardener’s Forum on Thursday, March 10 at 7.30 pm to raise funds for Simeon Care for the Elderly.

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John Clark Motor Group puts Monty’s Maggie’s Appeal into top gear

Winning 2010 European Ryder Cup Captain, Colin Montgomerie, has launched a fundraising partnership between Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centres and The John Clark Motor Group.

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Talk examines organic farming and whether it improves food quality and health

Does organic farming affect the quality of food produced and could a difference in food quality affect human health?

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Multicolour Camphill workers raise £2,000 for Java volcano survivors

People in Milltimber and Bieldside areas of Aberdeen may be doubting their eyes after this weekend as a group of eight from Camphill School Aberdeen go about their business with multicolour hair, plus two with pink beards.
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Intrepid team from The Spires brave haunted castle for charity

Three members of staff from the head office of serviced apartments business, The Spires, will be risking a terrifying night on Saturday, February 26 in what is described as “one of Scotland’s most haunted castles”.

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Camphill to feature in three-part radio documentary in Korea

Camphill Aberdeen communities are to be featured this week (December 1-3) in a series of three radio programmes looking at the work of the Camphill communities in Aberdeen. Read More...

Scots Rugby Star opens new centre

Scottish Rugby International, Moray Low officially opened Camphill School Aberdeen’s new £305,000 Therapy Centre Centre on September 25 as part of the school’s open day. Moray’s involvement recognises the substantial donation to the therapy centre fundraising effort, from the Wooden Spoon, rugby’s children’s charity.

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Camphill newsletter published

The benefits of experiencing nature for vulnerable children, the reality of ‘inclusion’ for one boy and a Scots rugby star opening a new therapy centre. These are just some of the stories in the latest Camphill Aberdeen newsletter which is published today.

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The Blank Stare - talk on media influence on children's speech

A talk in Aberdeen, on Tuesday, April 26, will look at the influence of the media on children’s speech development.

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New name for Aberdeen medical charity

The charity arm of Camphill Medical Practice has changed its name to help distinguish itself from the associated NHS practice. The charity will now be known as Camphill Wellbeing Trust, while the NHS practice will retain the Camphill Medical Practice name.

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Aberdeen Conference on Autism leads to greater understanding

Dr Olga Bogdashina, who teaches and lectures on autism around the world, led a one-day conference entitled ‘Autism: Sensory Perception and the Triad of Perspectives’ at Camphill School Aberdeen yesterday (Wednesday, October 6).

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Autism in the spotlight at one-day conference in Aberdeen

Dr Olga Bogdashina, who teaches and lectures on autism around the world, is the main speaker at a one-day conference entitled ‘Autism: Sensory Perception and the Triad of Perspectives’ to be organised by Camphill School Aberdeen on Wednesday, October 6. Read More...

Camphill School Aberdeen opens its doors

Members of the public will be able to visit the place where the international Camphill movement began 70 years ago, during an open day at the Camphill campus of Camphill School Aberdeen on Saturday, September 25 from 2 pm to 5 pm.

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Scotland’s first degree in social pedagogy

The University of Aberdeen will launch the first degree programme in Scotland in social pedagogy today (Monday September 6) through a unique partnership with the Camphill School Aberdeen.

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Is being 'included' being 'excluded'?

Rowan (not his real name) came to Camphill School Aberdeen, an independent day and residential school, a few years ago. His family was close to breaking point. Rowan was ‘attending’ his local school but was more ‘excluded’ than ‘included’.

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Katy plans skydive to raise funds for sister’s special needs school

Katy Wood, who has cerebral palsy, is planning to jump out of a plane early next month to raise money for her sister’s school.

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