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Roy Miles

I live on The Park with my wife, Rebecca, where we run a B&B. Rebecca is also a co-worker in the Foundation and runs a therapy practice. Some of you may have seen us waltzing in one or other of the Sharings we’ve taken part in.

I first visited Findhorn in 1981 and my Experience Week was in 1982. Rebecca and I met here in 1984, but we didn’t become romantically involved until many years later. We began living on The Park in 2015 after it became clear to us that this was where we wanted to make our home. We bought our house here in 2016 and I became a councillor in 2017. The types of NFA projects I’ve been/ am involved include: data protection, database and constitution redesign, putting on events and celebrations and supporting the Sunday slots.

Besides being a councillor, I’ve volunteered for Trees for Life, I continue to volunteer for the Foundation and I’m one of Laura Pasetti’s Sacred Stage theatre group.

I was born and grew up near Perth, Scotland and so Findhorn is not so far from my original home. I’ve felt drawn to the Findhorn Community since I was 16 years old, when I saw the Magnus Magnuson programme, but I only chose to make this my home in 2014 when I lost my job and the needs of my elderly parents became more significant.

This community supports me grow and enables me to give back to: it, the wider community and the planet. I feel very lucky to live here.

The Park Ecovillage, Findhorn

'The role of Findhorn is to help humanity turn within and be part of the solution to the chaos and confusion in the world.'
Eileen Caddy, Vision of Findhorn

co-founder of the Findhorn Foundation

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community featured in national press

community featured in national press

The Herald recently published a piece about the community, 'From small beginnings Findhorn has become home to innovative, modern-day eco-warriors' which describes some of our work around energy production and experimentation, which is ongoing. You can read the full...

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Beloved Cluny Hill to be sold

Beloved Cluny Hill to be sold

From the Findhorn Foundation Cluny Hill With much sadness the decision has been made to sell our beloved Cluny Hill, a former Victorian Hotel, which held many of our programmes and will be greatly missed by many of us here and around the globe. Terence Gilbey (CEO of...

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BAKEHOUSE LOCAL FOOD MARKET

BAKEHOUSE LOCAL FOOD MARKET

THE OLD After 30 plus years of providing local and artisan food to the community, the time has come to hang up our aprons and retire for a bit of gardening. A heartfelt thank you to the huge network of customers colleagues suppliers and service providers that have...

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