But the paparazzi forgot to turn up . . . So sorry but no picture of a crowded sitting room at the Community full of the pioneers who set up the first community here all those years ago (1988) those who support the community in various ways, and friends from the village.
One of those pioneers, Rachel Rowlands has written a book detailing the trials and the joys and the service and the meetings and the hard work of turning a splendid but old office building into fine accommodation for their families.
The book is called “An Adventure Shared:The story of the first Quaker Community at Bamford” and details of it are here.
You can order the book from your local bookshop – buy local and support local enterprise – or order online from the link.