As many know St George is the patron Saint of England, his feast day being April 23rd.

He is believed to have a courageous Roman soldier who was prepared to die rather than deny his Christian faith and in doing so became a Martyr. St George now stands for Courage and faith is an example to others to stand by their convictions and the triumph of good over evil.

We are therefore going to celebrate in his honour and to  try and understand why we are proud to be English, we will do this through re-visiting our culture, our history & our art.

Come along and join us for a fun afternoon with delicious food and refreshments, and the live music will be performed by Darren. Everyone is welcome.
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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.”

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.”

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.”