ATTENTION: Vidaråsen 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 Vidaråsen Village must contact them by phone in advance on +47 458 03 884 / +47 907 43 489 / +47 464 14 086.
Welcome to Vidaraasen Village
Vidaråsen Village is a living- and working-community for both people with learning disabilities and the staff who work with them.
In the village we try to create a rounded work and life situation for everyone.
The first Camphill place was started in Scotland in 1939. Vidaråsen was founded in 1966 as the first Camphill village in Norway.
Vidaråsen lies in Andebu, which is a part of the county of Vestfold, Norway.