Members of Camphill Tiphereth were delighted to welcome Mr Ben MacPherson MSP, the Scottish Government’s Minister for Europe, Migration and International Development, to Camphill Tiphereth this week. The Minister was given a tour of Camphill Tiphereth, and met a group of co-workers and foundation students likely to be affected by Brexit. He heard first-hand the […]
Johann Lamont MSP launched her Transitions Bill last month, and this month she is hosting a public consultation and information event. The event takes place on Monday 11 November in Glasgow at 7pm. The Bill The Disabled Children and Young People (Transitions)(Scotland) Bill has been developed by Johann Lamont MSP with support from Camphill Scotland, […]
Following the recent launch of the public consultation on Johann Lamont MSP’s proposed Member’s Bill, the Disabled Children and Young People (Transitions)(Scotland) Bill, Camphill Scotland’s Director commented: This is a wonderful chance to make a real, lasting difference to ensure young people with disabilities get meaningful rights to support them as they navigate the transition […]
We are looking forward to attending the COSLA Improvement Service Annual conference this week. The conference is the largest annual gathering of the local government community in Scotland. It will be attended by Council leaders and other elected members, by local authority Chief Executives and by other senior local government officers, along with delegates from […]
We are pleased that Camphill’s contribution to caring for the environment as well as for people has been recognised and included in a recent article in The Ecologist by Dan McKanan. The article states that inspiration, hope and progress can be found in Camphill communities around the world. We agree that Members grow socially, emotionally, and […]
Following on from local MP Ross Thomson’s visit to Simeon Care for the Elderly last month, Thomson raised a question in the House of Commons asking the Leader of the House May we have a debate that would celebrate and recognise the important role of international volunteers in our communities, so that charities such as […]
We are glad to share with you our Annual Review of 2018-19.
Tigh a’Chomainn Camphill were delighted to be awarded a grant of £15,000 to contribute towards the purchase of an electric vehicle. The community will use the electric car to enable residents to access destinations which are not served by public transport or are not accessible by the residents by bike. Tom Marx from Tigh a’Chomainn Camphill […]
The latest research by an independent research company to find out what people think about Camphill services in Scotland elicited a huge response. Over 220 people took part and the results were very encouraging. We have summarised the outcomes in this quick read leaflet.
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