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Botton Village home 'destroyed' by changes

25 July 2014 Last updated at 22:21 BST

Residents at a home for people with learning difficulties have said their home is being destroyed because changes are being made to the way it is run.

Volunteers at Botton Village in North Yorkshire have shared accommodation with residents since 1955, but they been told they must now live separately as paid employees of the site.

Managers Camphill Village Trust says the changes are due to new regulations being enforced surrounding how charities are run.

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