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Shaun Webster MBE speaks to Camphill Village Trust

24th July 2020

Shaun Webster MBE speaks to Camphill Village Trust

'People with learning disabilities can achieve great things. I came from nowhere with no power...

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Our Voices. Valuable voices, not vulnerable people

19th June 2020

Our Voices. Valuable voices, not vulnerable people

We are individuals. We are family members. We are #supportworkers. Together and individually our voices are...

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Shared Lives carers meet with Liz Kendall MP, Shadow Health and Social Care Minister

18th June 2020

Shared Lives carers meet with Liz Kendall MP, Shadow Health and Social Care Minister

Today, Shared Lives carers from Dudley, Leicester, Manchester, Hereford and Liverpool met with Liz Kendall...

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New scheme proving successful in recruiting BAME carers across the Black Country

4th June 2020

New scheme proving successful in recruiting BAME carers across the Black Country

We're leading the way in recruiting BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) carers to our...

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687 miles, we’ve made it!

26th May 2020

687 miles, we’ve made it!

On the 26th April, our virtual peloton of runners and riders set off from Larchfield...

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Dress to impress with our range of ethical clothing

14th May 2020

Dress to impress with our range of ethical clothing

Taurus Crafts is our artisan shopping and tourist centre located in the Forest of Dean,...

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David’s 2.6 cycling challenge

12th May 2020

David’s 2.6 cycling challenge

David Bale is a long-standing friend and supporter of Camphill Village Trust. David is also...

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A message from the Chair of the Board of Trustees

5th May 2020

A message from the Chair of the Board of Trustees

The Chair of the Board of Trustees, Brian Walsh OBE, shares a message of thanks...

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Join the Camphill Village Trust peloton

1st May 2020

Join the Camphill Village Trust peloton

We're feeling really inspired by the 2.6 Challenge and our community members are too. In...

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