Disability charity names new chair

Disability charity Camphill Village Trust has appointed Michael Nutt as chair of trustees.

Nutt is currently chair of Bromley CIC, which provides community health services to councils in London and has previously been a trustee at Point of Care Foundation and the Protimos Educational Trust.

“I’m delighted to join Camphill Village Trust. Like many social care organisations, the charity has faced growing challenges and I look forward to working with the staff and trustees to meet the challenges of the future,” said Nutt.



Meanwhile, the charity has also appointed two new trustees, charity leader Dr Ann Kenney, and Michael Green, who has experience in the farming and property industries.

The Trust provides housing, care and support to people with learning disabilities, autism, mental health challenges and complex needs across England.

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