Clervaux Trust

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" The name ‘Clervaux’ reflects both the Trust’s connection to the fields, woods and becks around Croft on Tees and a medieval movement for reform and renewal that has equally deep Yorkshire roots.

"From the 13th century to the 16th, the Clervaux family were landowners around Croft on Tees. In 1999, a Clervaux descendent, Bill Chaytor, donated 33 acres along the Clow Beck to found the Clow Beck Eco Centre."[1]

The management team is led by the Founder of Ruskin Mill Educational Trust (RMET), Aonghus Gordon, with 30 years experience in the specialist education sector. Tyll van de Voort - Land Manager has over twenty six years experience as a biodynamic gardener and a wealth of skills and experience in land work and social care.

Board of Trustees

Accessed April 2014: [2]



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  1. Clervaux Trust About, organizational web page, accessed April 25, 2014.
  2. Clervaux Trust Trustees, organizational web page, accessed April 25, 2014.