ATTENTION: Jøssåsen Village have put in place measures to help reducing the spread of the coronavirus

This is done in order to shield the health of our villagers, co-workers, their families as well as other partners.

We actively follow the guidelines and recommendations of the National Institute of Public Health in Norway, and have also implemented the following measures:

All major events are cancelled or postponed. Smaller events in the villages are considered on an ongoing basis.

All journeys are cancelled for the time being with immediate effect. Exceptions shall be considered by the administration in the village.

IMPORTANT: Those who, for various reasons, plan to visit Jøssåsen Village must contact them by phone in advance on +47 909 15 071

 

 

Welcome to the website of Camphill Jøssåsen Village. Here you will find information about our village, and also about the Camphill movement in Norway and the rest of the world.

The sidebar on the right contains links to our workshops and houses, information on how to find us and how to apply to come to the village as a villager or co-worker.

You can also find links to other Camphill villages in Norway, descriptions of various aspects of village life, and more about the village's history.

About Camphill Jøssåsen:

Jøssåsen is a living and working community for both people with special needs and co-workers. In the village we try to create a holistic working and living environment for everyone.

Jøssåsen was founded in 1978 and is based on Rudolf Steiner's anthroposophy and Karl König's community impulse, so-called Camphill villages. The first Camphill started in 1939 in Scotland, and Vidaråsen Landsby was founded in 1966 as the first Camphill village in Norway. Camphill Jøssåsen is located in Malvik municipality in Trøndelag, east of Trondheim. Interested in further information? Read more here!

Have a look here for an impression of the village in wintertime.