From inspirational beginnings
Robert Davidson and Martin Miles established the College of Homeopathy in 1977 and began taking students in 1978. It was the first school of homeopathy teaching lay homeopaths. Robert then went on to set up the College of Practical Homeopathy in Birmingham in 1988 and then London and Iceland. In 2007, the college changed its name to The Homepathy College and its new principle, Christopher Hammond runs the college in the same maverick manner in which it was established.