The Camphill Village Trust provides a home within a supportive community environment for people of all abilities. Whether in a household with others or more independently we accept and appreciate each other for who we are and encourage each other to give our best.
We understand the importance of friends and the sense of belonging that people have as part of their community. We do not define people because of their disability and seek to align the achievements of citizenship and equality with the warmth of friendship and self fulfillment.
We recognise that we cannot exist in isolation and we all have an important part to play. Everybody's contribution is meaningful, valued and appreciated.
Liam Shields from Larchfield community was able to show off his cooking skills in a fun competition arranged as part of the recent Red Nose day. The event was organised by 'Middlesbrough 1st' - a local group which provides training and self-advocacy support for adults with a learning disability and promotes equal opportunities for all.
Six residents from the Croft Community were invited to the official opening of an exhibition of contemporary textiles inspired by the First World War called ‘Threads of War’, which is presently running at the Royal Armouries in Leeds.