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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Linda StephensOctober, 2018

“Lovely nursing home, all staff very sweet and caring. The nurses were very attentive and on the ball. Entertainment staff very jolly and always trying to find new things to keep the residents amused.
My mother was admitted from hospital on 'end of life care'. When we viewed the home my family and I found it very calm and quiet and we felt it was a lovely environment to be nursed.”

Gill BarnettJuly, 2019

“Dad was very well looked after by all the staff and they were friendly to all dad's visitors. I was impressed by the cleanliness and decor of the home and that there were many attractive and smaller rooms where residents could take visitors. The Garden Room was lovely and dad was able to sit in the garden when the weather permitted. His own room was pleasant too. I thought it was a lovely place for dad to have respite care and he was happy being there. I don't know about the food, dad said he didn't eat much and it was bland.”

Carol CookMarch, 2019

“My mum went into St Michael's Care for end of life care. The staff and home is just amazing and can't thank them enough for what they did for my mum, nothing was too much trouble. The care my mum received and the support to me was first class at such a painful time.”