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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Corinne ElmesJune, 2017

“My father-in-law was admitted to St Michael's Care in April 2017. He had very complex and sometimes very difficult needs but our worries soon evaporated with the professionalism and kindness of all the staff. Not only did the staff care for him with respect and dignity they also reassured and involved us with every step of his care and forward planning. I cannot stress enough the kindness and patience shown by the staff. Thank you.”

Takanao ItoAugust, 2016

“We are very content with this care home. All of the staff are kind and caring people. The atmosphere is also very good. We can talk about anything to anybody. Thank you!! All in all, nothing to complain about regarding your services!! 10 out of 10!!”

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.”