Following a year of research into community and communal living Campo & Katie Campbell are presenting their findings at The Bottle & Glass in Binfield Heath next Wednesday, 21 June, Summer Solstice. We followed their year, giving updates on the Herald. You can read these here
Campo & Katie will reflect on their year which included living in an Eco Village in Costa Rica before travelling up the West Coast of America in a camper van visiting 25 different co housing and intentional communities en-route. Their investigation into communal living finished at the world famous peace institute of Tamera in Portugal.
Campo said, “We’re so excited to be finally able to share our learnings from the most extraordinary year of our lives. It has taken a full year for us to process all our findings and make sense of them all.” Katie reflects “Since we returned life has been more than a little hectic. My priority has been getting the kids back into school and all settled. Life feels busier than ever and sometimes I wonder whether our year was just a surreal dream.”
Tickets to the evening on the 21 June are £25 and include a meal and drink. Campo and Katie felt it was important to ‘break bread’ together because that was one of the key rituals within each and every community that they visited. The evening starts at 7pm with a welcome drink followed by an entertaining and thought provoking presentation. A meal will follow during which time Campo & Katie will be answering questions.