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.
Archbishop John Sentamu lunched in the Kingfisher café before visiting the Croft during his pilgrimage of Prayer, Witness and Blessing
Oaklands Park is joining 400 other farms across the nation on 5th June to welcome visitors for the 11th national ‘Open Farm Sunday’