Temple Druid Community


SA66 7XS

Electronic Mail james@templedruid.org
Year started
Number of over 18s
Number of under 18s
Ideological focus
Legal structure
company limited by guarantee
Open in principle to new members
Charge visitors
Work in Lieu

Temple Druid community is set in 56 acres in the foothills of the Preseli Mountains.  Our aim is to be a year-round Therapeutic and Educational Centre within a sustainable farm, woodland environment, orchard and kitchen garden. The majority of our projects have a particular focus of working with vulnerable children, young people, and their families. We work with the Permaculture ethics of earth care, people care, and a fair share for everyone. We are dreaming into the future and making tentative plans for the renovation and extension so the grade II listed house; planting trees and creating forest gardens; improving growing areas/composting and always from the perspective of being guardians of this land, and wanting to keep the beauty alive and eventually pass on the ever-healthier land to the next generation. We only have rooms in the main house for individuales, couples or families to renter at the moment. We are also open for new director/members, this does require a financial investment into Temple Druid Ltd. But we do want prospective director/members to rent for at least 1.5yrs before considering investing any money into the not for profit Temple Druid Ltd company. Whilst it is not necessary to have experience in a particular area of land stewardship, working with vulnerable people, community living, business management, teaching and renovations, the current community would greatly benefit from people with those skills or a can-do attitude!  For further information see our website and give us a call.  

community does not share income
community requires capital from members
community has broadband internet access
community does not generates any of its own electricity
community does not use solar energy
community buildings not insulated to a high standard
community members use bicycles
community has organised system for car sharing
community is not accessible by public transport
community shares utilities
community has tool sharing system
community does not have organised systems for recycling
community does not have any kind of ecosewage system
community is involved in land management
community does not grow vegetables
no communal animals
regular communal meals
community has policy which restricts smoking
community buildings at least partly wheelchair accessible
community is involved in campaigning

Diggers & Dreamers
care of BCM Edge
United Kingdom


Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on pinterest
Share on tumblr
Creative Commons Licence
Creative Commons License
Except where otherwise noted, the content on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

Temple Druid Community is currently looking for new members

Over the next five years we will be looking for new people to join us. Initially we would be interested in people with some capital to invest in order to pay off existing loans. After this we may be in a position to offer membership to those without capital investment. Whilst it is not necessary to have experience in a particular area of community living and renovations, the current community would greatly benefit from people with those skills. The process of applying to live in the community includes the following:Phase one: Initial request for consideration to the group. Day visit and information sharing. Weekend visit and joining in activities. Group decision.Phase two: Further weekend visit. Trial period. Group decision.

Send them a message:

Temple Druid Community is currently looking for volunteers

Hi we are having a Volunteer/Come meet us weekend on Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th August from 10am each day.There will be a range of volunteering opportunities as we develop areas of gardens, land, buildings and educational therapeutic workshop delivery areas.One of our aims at Temple Druid is to improve our multi-family program. The program integrates the needs of the adult, child/yp and parent-child relationship in order to enable families to overcome trauma associated with ACES and strengthen family’s sense of wellbeing and safety with in the home.Our approach has been developed by practitioners with over 30 years’ experience of working with young people and their families from the fields of social work, education, psychotherapy and forest school including developing and delivering preventative therapeutic programs for families with children on the edge care.We understand the quality of relationships – with self and others – to be the key to healing and change. The approach is underpinned by attachment theories, positive psychology, intersubjectivity and the nurtured heart approach.You are welcome to bring your own van or tent and camp for the weekend. You can of course just come for the day!If you would like to attend send us an email please – info@templedruid.org

Send them a message: