CVT Post Dialogue Statement   Three Communities Statement  CVT /  3 Communities Dialogue  A mediated dialogue under the auspices of the Anthroposophical Society was held in December 2014 over four days, with delegates from CVT, Botton, Delrow and the Grange. 

Report of CVT – CFF Dialogue meeting 30th September 2014  CFF – CVT Dialogue  Camphill Families and Friends Trustees have been meeting with CVT Trustees and Management to talk through issues currently of concern to families.

Guardian Article  Conflict over pay and values threatens way of life in Camphill villages where disabled and able-bodied people work together, say campaigners

cvtfinalreview  In the summer of 2012 CVT commissioned an external review of the charity, choosing the partners Groundswell and InControl to complete a thorough review.

AoCC Report  In 2012 the AoCC (Association of Camphill Communities) Co-ordinating Group held a wide ranging discussion over 4 events on issues facing the Camphill Movement.  The aim was to clearly identify the key issues facing communities, to have dialogue over these, and to explore outcomes and possible actions.

We receive many communications about Communities and we share these below without prejudice.  As an independent charity we aim to offer a balanced viewpoint to our members, and we take every opportunity to participate in the debate and developments as they happen.



Botton Briefing Sheet 2- July 25th 2014  this is the second briefing paper sent to families connected to Botton village and includes an explanation of shared living
Letter to Members 08 Aug 14  from Huw John to  CVT members
Letter from co-workers a letter from a group of Botton co-workers
BBC Look North clip on the meeting about Botton in Danby

Charity Commission Investigation

Charity Commission Report  The Charity Commission has published a report on its investigation into the Camphill Village Trust after a whistle-blower raised concerns about one of its communities.

Third Sector News Item