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Milltown Day Workshop, based in Arbuthnott, provides meaningful therapeutic work opportunities to individuals who have a wide range of additional support needs. We are currently recruiting for an individual to work 2 days per week& ,
You will be required to train, support & co-work with small groups of adults with a wide range of additional support needs. This post involves land management on our 7 acre site & assisting with maintenance & harvesting of wood in a local woodland. We require an individual with a minimum of 1 years experience in land management. This does not have to be experience gained in an employed position but can be within a non-paid setting. It is essential that you have a patient, friendly & approachable manner, can work flexibly on a range of tasks, can adapt tasks to enable people with varying support needs to take an active role in the tasks. You will be required to promote consistent boundaries to the individuals you support, be able to work in a team setting, be sensitive to the needs of others & have a "can do" attitude to work. Experience of using petrol lawnmowers & strimmers is essential. Experience in the use of chainsaws is not essential but would be preferred. This is a physically demanding post so the ability to take part in physically demanding work outside in all weathers will be essential to undertake this post to the required standards.
Starting pay £9.15 per hour.
This post involves working with vulnerable adults. Therefore the successful applicant will be required to undergo a PVG check.
Closing date for the return of completed application forms will be
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Milltown Community is looking for people who would like to join our board of trustees.This would entail getting to know Milltown Community and attending the monthly council meetings
Newsletter 08 March 2017
Milltown Community are proud to announce the arrival of their new electric car. After much painstaking research by Andrew Plant and an inclusive meeting - which was attended by tenants and co-workers - Milltown voted in favour of a trade in for a new Nissan Leaf. Our Nissan is 100% electric so produces zero emissions as opposed to our thirsty diesel cars and is a pleasure to drive. It has a good range on full charge and co-workers are learning how to drive it in an economical way, and where it can be charged up whilst out in the wider community. We have also had a dedicated charging point installed at Milltown so that we are always ready to go. Our Nissan has proved to be a big hit with both co-workers and tenants and is now the default car for most outings.
We feel that it has been a very good move and hope that other Camphill communities will be inspired to look into getting their own electric vehicles.
Milltown House 06.03.17
Newsletter 03 May 2016
Newsletter May 2015
Hello and welcome to the May issue of Milltown day workshops newsletter this month has been a little quieter than most but we’ve still been had at work.
We had the family day on Saturday the 30th and it went very well and was enjoyed by all.
We also had a car boot sale that went very well and we sold £69 worth of tools.
The woodwork shop has been hard at work most of May making art screens unfortunately we don’t have any pictures but we made 10 8ft x 6ft and 10 4ft x 6ft screens which took a lot of work.
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Map / Location of Milltown
You will find Milltown Community in the village of Arbuthnott on the B967 between Fordoun (A90) and Inverbervie (A92); look for the sign by the entrance to our drive.