16 September 2017 (1 - 4 pm)
Meet people who live and work at Camphill Blair Drummond, take a tour of the B-Listed� bold baronial mansion house and its gardens, ask questions and learn about plans for the future of the buildings.
Tea, coffee and delicious home baking will be available, along with many items hand made in the Camphill workshops.
Architect: J C Walker
Building Date: 1868-72
There is good access to the mansion house and grounds. Have a guided tour of the house and grounds. Teas, coffees and delicious home baking will be available as well as items made in the kitchens, craft workshops and gardens. (funds for this go to Camphills Capital Development Appeal). Children and families are most welcome, this is an opportunity for children to visit the small farm and enjoy the new activity trail and flying fox. Visitors can meet the people who live and work at Camphill Blair Drummond, ask questions and participate in guided tours of the house (lasting 30 minutes) and the gardens (also 30 minutes).
Take the access marked "Cuthil Brae", near Kincardine parish church, off the A84 between Stirling and Doune.
Limited disabled access due to stairs and gravel drive.