Projects & News

Experiences of Community Revisited

Written by Andrew Plant, a long term Camphill co-worker, Experiences of Community Revisited examines experiences of community in Scottish Camphill centres and draws a comparison to similar research he carried out 12 years prior. The layup and hard copy printing of this document was funded by the Camphill Foundation. A digital pdf is available to… Continue reading →

Camphill Foundation helps to change lives

Camphill Foundation UK & Ireland helps to change and enrich the lives of vulnerable people of all ages with learning disabilities. The people who appear on this website have all directly benefited from this assistance. The quality of all their individual lives has been improved in some way. Please help us to help them. The Foundation… Continue reading →

Clanabogan Social Farming

Sustainability of work for vulnerable adults in social farming environmental In September 2017 Camphill Foundation UK & Ireland pledged support for phase 1 of Clanabogan’s new farm development project, which is designed in 2 phases: Phase 1: Hay Drier and Storage Barn To build a new fit-for-purpose barn to house all hay and straw, fitted… Continue reading →

Gullivers Farm Shop, West Moors, Dorset

A lively workplace and social hub providing essential outreach and integration. Gullivers Farm and Shop are part of the Camphill Community Sturts Farm at West Moors, Ferndown, near Bournemouth.  The Farm Shop was opened in October 2015 and has received financial support from Camphill Foundation UK & Ireland. Gullivers Farm Shop offers a range of… Continue reading →

Esk Valley Camphill Community

Living together, working together, growing together. Esk Valley Camphill Community consists of a group of about eighty adults, many of whom have a learning disability, who have launched a new Camphill venture in The North York Moors. All are residents or former residents of Botton Village Camphill Community – both co-workers and residents with a… Continue reading →

Expansion and development at Hoyland Hill House, Tiphereth, Edinburgh

Accommodation, workshops and community space in new building Tiphereth Camphill Community on the outskirts of Edinburgh provides residential and day services and social enterprises for adults and young people with learning disabilities and other complex needs. Regardless of their ability everyone at Tiphereth is encouraged to fulfil their potential. Through living, working and growing together… Continue reading →

Alliance for Camphill

Campaigning for Choice, Community and Social Justice Alliance for Camphill is an association of individuals campaigning for people with a learning disability and for the life-sharing values of the Camphill Movement founded by Karl K├Ânig and inspired by Rudolf Steiner. The Alliance seeks to broaden awareness for the benefits of life in Camphill communities and to… Continue reading →

“The Middle Ground” at Cherry Orchards

Pilot project to address loneliness, isolation, anxiety and depression With the help of a grant from Camphill Foundation, Cherry Orchards Camphill Community in Westbury-on Trym, Bristol, has started a pilot project called “The Middle Ground” working with adults who are experiencing loneliness, isolation, living with anxiety or chronic depression, or recovering from life-changing events or… Continue reading →

Milltown Community, Kincardineshire

Commitment to Supported Living and Care at Home Three of the residents with learning disabilities in Milltown House are elderly and have dementia and increasing care needs. Milltown Community is committed to providing care and support for them as long as possible. Camphill Foundation UK & Ireland assisted Milltown Community with a substantial loan for… Continue reading →


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