On Tuesday 14th February put on your head-dress, necklaces, feather boas, your trilby, spats and tie and come along to Mike's Speakeasy Jazz Club. Enjoy a selection of canapes and cocktails, all non-alcoholic of course, it is the prohibition but say the password and a shot of alcohol may appear from behind the bar! Adrian and his Jazzmen will be performing jazz classics as you sit at the tables enjoying your food and drinks. Try a 'Fats Waller Storm', a 'Billie Holiday Breeze' or a 'Trumpet Blower', maybe you would prefer to sample 'Dizzie Gillespis's Cheeks', 'The Duke' or a 'Count Basie'. All made with fresh fruit juices, lemonade, club soda etc. Remember the secret shot glass available with the password! See you there, 2pm - 4pm in the Garden Room which will be transformed into a jazz club.
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Sally Kay WellsNovember, 2016

“My mum had been at St Michael's for just over two years. We found the carers/nurses and other staff very kind and helpful throughout her stay. She very sadly recently passed away and everyone was so kind to us which is why we are completing this review to say a "Big thank you" once again to them all. My mum was very much loved and cared for always.”

Rita CookJuly, 2019

“My mother had a short stay at St Michael's but she was looked after and cared for excellently. Mum was very poorly but nothing was too much trouble for the staff at St Michael's. It was a very caring home and kept spotlessly clean. There was plenty going on and the social team didn't leave those out who were unable to leave their rooms even if they went in and had a chat or read a book with them. Receptionist very kind and helpful.”

Margaret WoodAugust, 2018

“From the day I viewed St Michael's I was taken by the warm reception of the staff I met. I expressed the excellent feeling I had about the home to my sister who became a patient. She loved her stay there and still did til the night she died there. I have nothing but praise for all their caregiving. The staff, from cleaners to experienced nurses was absolutely wonderful.”