Ewe House

Torbjørn Schei

Postal Address
Ewe House
Whiteinch smallholdings

Electronic Mail trschei@gmail.com
Year started
Number of over 18s
Ideological focus
Sharing the Findhorn Foundation ethos
Legal structure
private ownership
Open in principle to new members
Charge visitors
Work in Lieu

The Ewe house – Community within community. Located in Kinloss, Morayshire, Scotland. Our roots are from the Findhorn Foundation (check their web page) and we are part of the wider Findhorn community counting more than 400 people from all over the world. It is simply a privilege to live in rural Scotland in the middle of an international community based on deep social values. There is app. 2000 incoming guests a year – generating many opportunities for participating in workshops and activities. Furthermore, we are in the “Kinloss gap”, one of the 3 driest most sunny places in GB. (Not equally happy to have two RAF bases in the vicinity..). The Findhorn Village is an attractive holiday resort worth a visit in itself. We are a 5 acres permaculture based self-sufficiency smallholding, with a large modern 5 bedroom, 4 bathroom house and outbuildings; a venue space and wood-workshop. We have 2 dogs, chickens, some sheep, a fruit orchard, greenhouse and vegetable garden. We define ourselves as a one household, spiritual community sharing the Findhorn Foundation ethos. Our shrine room gives us the space to share 20 minutes of meditation in the mornings, and can serve those that seek  “time out of time”. An art space and a writers retreat are next steps. Are you an emphat, deep thinker and able to cultivate gratitude? Our land and buildings are well suited for work-shops and therapy work if that is your flow. We are open to flexible, humoros, good workers that are open to some self-critizism. We welcome one or two volunteers or potential new members. If interested please send us a presentation of yourself. Thanks.

community does not share income
community does not require capital from members
community has broadband internet access
community does not generates any of its own electricity
community uses solar energy
community buildings insulated to a high standard
community members use bicycles
community has organised system for car sharing
community is accessible by public transport
community does not share utilities
community has tool sharing system
community has organised systems for recycling
community has some kind of ecosewage system
community is involved in land management
community grows a lot of vegetables
animals kept communally
regular communal meals
community has policy which restricts smoking
community buildings at least partly wheelchair accessible
community is involved in campaigning

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care of BCM Edge
United Kingdom


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Ewe House is currently looking for new members

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Ewe House is currently looking for volunteers

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