It is important that our residents still retain links with the local community and do not feel forgotten, we are therefore constantly inviting local business's and voluntary groups to come along and visit us, groups include, local schools, day nurseries, social groups and larger organisation such as the local Women's Institute, more details on their visit to follow. All visitor's to St Michael's have something to share with our residents whether it be a musical talent, everyday life experiences or knowledge of local history, or simply just come in to chat to our residents.
Hopefully our network of friends and volunteers will continually grow to the benefit of all our residents now and in the future.
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Patrick CouchFebruary, 2019

“My mother was admitted for respite care and stayed for another six weeks. The staff quickly got to know her likes and dislikes and managed her path to good health with humour and great patience. Mum was encouraged to participate in the many activities, which meant that for the first time in many years she was socialising. Her medical treatment was properly maintained and whenever I visited her she was clean and well groomed. St Michael's care does exactly that, care! Thank you.”

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.”

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.”