The Garden of St Michael's turned out to be a very popular place to be on August 15th as our Tropical Paradise Party was in full swing, there event tents which were decorated with tropical flowers, birds & bunting.

Simon our Chef was kept busy cooking Jerk Chicken fillets, Caribbean Lamb burger and other mouth-watering tropical delights, our Tikki Bar was stocked with a delicious Malibu Rum Punch, Tropical Pimm's and fruit Cocktails.

Piggybank Nursery came along, to spend the afternoon on the 'beach' created with sand, shells buckets & spades and a paddling pool full of water to complete the beach look. The Residents', their families and staff joined in by dancing to John & Angie who were entertaining us with their live music and combined with the sounds of Reggae, the afternoon was a totally Tropical success.

A special thanks to our Activity Co-Ordinator's for working so hard to provide us with a fun filled event.
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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.”

Yasmin SmithMarch, 2017

“My husband had been at St Michael's Care, nursing home for six months. In all the months he was there, I found the nurses and carers very kind, caring and professional.
I was thoroughly impressed with the standard of care provided by everyone.
Towards the end of my husband's life, not only were they looking after my husband with dignity and kindness but they were supporting me as well.
My big thank you to everyone a St Michael's care.”

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.”