Newton Dee is a Camphill community in Aberdeen, Scotland. We offer a home, meaningful work and opportunities for personal development to adults with learning disabilities and other special needs. In all some 200 people live and work within the Newton Dee community. Around half have special needs. The others are mainly co-workers and their families.
The ethos of Newton Dee is that everyone brings different abilities, which we use for the benefit of the people around us.
Newton Dee's home life is based around large and small households ranging from four to 16 people. In addition we have some shared houses, apartments and bed-sitters.
There are 36 houses in Newton Dee's wooded grounds, which extend to a total of 180 acres, of which 120 acres is dedicated to our biodynamic farm. Aberdeen is the home of the Camphill Movement.
Contact: Ulrike Mall (employment), Jonas Hellbrandt (day placements), Marjan Sikkel (vacancies) or Jacob Vollrath (co workers)
Address: Newton Dee Village
Telephone: (01224) 868701