We have several events to look forward to over the next two months...here is just a taster.....

Easter will soon be upon us so we are now selling raffle tickets should you wish to buy, they are available from the 1st March and can be purchased from  our receptionist team or from Debbie who is the event Coordinator here at St Michael's. The draw will take place on the 29th March.

We have our regular in house entertainers performing throughout the month, numerous well known songs for our residents to enjoy.

5th March we have Darren our Rock 'n' Roll singer.
14th March, John & Angie return for an afternoon of singing & entertainment
29th March Adrian will be playing some lively tunes on his Banjo.

Manny, an outreach officer from  from the Powell Cotton museum will be running a relaxed activity St Michael's on 22nd March, and will bring along some historical artefacts, which will involve our residents handling real museum pieces and objects collected by Percy Powell Cotton, from his many expeditions around the world in the 1800's, all of which are now on display at the Powell Cotton Museum, situated in the grounds of Quex Park.

We are also planning our St Georges Day Party for the end of April...... more information to follow.
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Eric OkoloJanuary, 2018

“In November 2015 my mother had a serious stroke which left her speechless, immobile and unable to swallow. She spent the next year and half in four different hospitals making a slow recovery. On discharge, she was placed in an interim care home and from there I was extremely fortunate to obtain for her a placement at St Michael's. Since her arrival in July 2017 she has made a quantum improvement both physically and psychologically. Because of the interactive nature of the environment, together with the level of care and respect gladly given by staff, I see she has turned a new chapter in her life which is now more fruitful and engaging. Thank you all for your continued commitment.”

Dave JefferysSeptember, 2016

“We have always been happy with the care that my brother has received at St Michaels. The staff from management down to nurses, carers, and domestic staff all take an interest in the well-being of my brother. He always seems content, warm and comfortable. He also enjoys the food at St Michaels. We hear so many horror stories these days about badly run care home that we often reflect how lucky my brother is to be at St Michaels.”

William SageAugust, 2018

“Mother has had dementia for over 10 years and came to St Michael's as a bedbound resident. The attention to her was top notch. All the family were very happy that we were able to get a place here for her. I know this is a business but all the staff were more like family - we shared laughter and tears with them.”