The future

CBD House

Our vision for the future is to develop our community into a small, unique village which will form a safe, supportive and happy community where adults with complex learning disabilities can live, carry out meaningful activities and relax.

Open to residents and day students, our ambition is to build a solid foundation which will open up opportunities some might not have thought possible, leaving a secure legacy for future generations.

Already we can see the positive impact our new homes and workshops have made to the lives of our residents and day students. With the investment in new facilities, equipment and cutting-edge technology, some individuals are able to complete tasks which previously were impossible for them, inspiring them to further effort and, quite rightly, providing a great sense of achievement.

The work continues

We have made considerable progress over the last few years, which we could not have done without generous support. We are extremely grateful for the time and money that individuals, organisations, businesses and Charitable Trusts have donated.

Going forward there is still much to achieve. Our plans include:
More workshops and an activity centre – for sport and leisure.
A café, bakery and reception area – so we can welcome more visitors to our community.

If you would like to discuss any of our development plans, please contact Jason Glass on 01786 841573 or email:

You can find out more about our Fundraising Appeal or contact Lynda Ferguson, Appeal Co-ordinator for more information about supporting our Appeal.  Lynda would be delighted to hear from you and can be contacted on 01786 843 047 or email:

Camphill Blair Drummond: Providing home-from-home environment for adults with learning disabilities.

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