Camphill Communities Trust (NI)

Camphill Communities Trust (NI)

Camphill Communities provide homes and meaningful activities for children and adults with learning disabilities. There are four Communities in Northern Ireland: Glencraig, Holywood, Mourne Grange and Clanabogan. The Trust provides a range of advice and support to the Communities across the areas of planning, service provision / development, finance and training.

The care and education of children young people and adults with learning difficulties.


More and more people today are recognising the need to treat people with learning difficulties and disabilities as individuals. In the Camphill Movement, communities are formed in such a way that the members, whatever their abilities, can help to support the needs of their fellows, while they themselves are supported in turn.

The person with learning or social difficulties is accepted as an individual whose needs of body, soul and spirit are recognized by the whole community.

All live, work and learn together to form one community. This requires faith, love and hope. By making a commitment to a Camphill community, each person makes a sacrifice, giving something of himself to help another. Out of this attitude, the community grows stronger and all are helped.

Contact Details

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100 Great Patrick Street
Co Antrim
United Kingdom


028 9076 8775

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