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Camtrust is a community-driven charity founded in 1993. We offer a wide range of programmes and activities teaching skills for independent living, helping our clients feel confident in their abilities and to reach their potential. 


Caring for adults since 1993

Our Trust Deed was incorporated in 1993 and the main objective of Camtrust is to offer training for independent living for adults with learning disabilities. Our clients are aged from 18 years upwards and the programmes are open to all.

The majority of clients come to us on day placements via the County Council’s Learning Disability Partnership and some are self-funded. Camtrust relies on extra funds from grants, donations and local fundraising to help cover costs.

Please donate, if you can. Your support makes a big difference.

Community driven

Camtrust is community driven. We offer a print service to the local community, charities and small businesses. We also offer bike repairs and sales through our bicycle refurbishment programme.

Learn more about our bikes sales and repairs here.

Our Trustees

Camtrust relies on its excellent team of trustees, who are responsible for all aspects of governance for the charity. If you are interested in becoming a trustee and would like to find out more, please contact the charity.

Camtrust is governed by a team of trustees.

  • Nick Wood (Chair)
  • Mark Freeman
  • Gabriella Giuffrida
  • Chris Griffiths
  • Kirsten Jack
  • Allen Neech
  • Clive Pelbrough-Power
  • John Snead (Treasurer)
  • Simon Venning
  • Mary Workman