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Camphill

Camphill Village is part of a worldwide movement that was started in Scotland in 1939 by Karl Konig, an Austrian paediatrician and educator, with several colleagues, inspired by the works of the philosopher Rudolf Steiner. Rudolf Steiner pioneered Waldorf education, biodynamic agriculture, and new frontiers in science, the arts, sociology, medicine, and curative work. In 1952, the mother of an intellectually challenged boy read about Camphill and invited Karl Konig to come to South Africa. She donated a piece of land in Hermanus as a site to start a school for intellectually challenged children - which still exists today. In 1964, a group of pioneers started the Camphill Village on the West Coast with a group of young intellectually challenged adults. They planted trees, built houses, a bakery, a dairy and a chapel. Today Camphill West Coast has developed into a beautiful, tree-filled village and a warm community.

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