Probably! We’ll find out exactly how many rotas we need once we live together, but we can already say that some jobs need doing and we expect all members to take part in running the community.
This is what living in community is about: working with others to create this friendly, collective environment where we all belong. By doing your share you’ll get to know other members, have a real say and be part of the community. For example, in other communities members are expected to work with cleaning at least 3 times a year, attend community decision making meetings and take part in one team such as admin, process, gardening, kitchen, maintenance, learning and more. Getting involved in the running of the community is the best way to feel you belong, so the rotas are not just a burden but the stuff community building is made of.