Birch Green’s charity coffee morning

Birch Green Care Home’s charity coffee morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support raised a total of £75.


The fun event saw plenty of tasty treats on offer including the ever-popular cupcakes baked by Vicky's mum, Kath.


A huge thank you to all those who came to support us and our fundraising efforts!



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Alzheimer’s Day coffee morning

Recently residents and staff took part in National Alzheimer’s Day by baking and enjoying delicious cakes to raise funds for charity.


The Alzheimer’s Society provides a range of vital services for people across the UK who are affected by the disease including a national helpline, online support, publications and fact sheets which are designed to provide useful information to those who need it most.


Everyone tucked into an array of beautifully decorated cakes including chocolate fudge brownies, meringue nests with fresh cream along with fruit and ginger cakes.


A brilliant day was had by all while supporting a cause close to Birch Green’s heart.


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A warm welcome to singing sensation Steve Sutton

Last week entertainer Steve Sutton joined Birch Green for an afternoon of fun.


This was Steve’s first visit to the home and everyone gave him a warm welcome - it wasn’t long after his performance started that some of his audience were showing off their own singing and dancing skills.


The playlist included some old-time favourites mixed with a few new songs which got residents in good spirits while they rock and rolled the afternoon away.


Steve finished off with some classics and thanked residents and staff for a lovely afternoon – he looks forward to returning soon.



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Birch Green keepsakes

Residents at Birch Green Care Home had a creative afternoon decorating colourful rocks.


Using stencils of animals and a variety of bright paints, the ladies and gentlemen created beautifully painted rocks.


Once the rocks were dry, staff helped to varnish them, so they could be used as keepsakes.


The art and design sessions at Birch Green are a popular choice amongst residents.


Croxteth Park 2018 Memory Walk

A team from Birch Green Care Home joined 3,000 people at the Croxteth Memory Walk last week to raise vital funds for research against dementia.


The walk was hosted by Nicole Barber-Lane, better known as Myra McQueen from Hollyoaks, and attended by a range of public figures.


The kind-hearted team of nine started the sponsored walk at 11am and walked 7.5km, reaching the finish line with just enough time before the rain started.


Walking amongst the sea of blue t-shirts were Angie, Gill, Ali, Jamie, Sian, Jennie and her daughter Becky.


The group put in so much effort on the day for a charity which is close to everyone’s hearts throughout Birch Green – We are all really proud of you, well done to you all.


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Contact: Victoria Sudworth, Registered Manager

Birch Green Care Home
Ivydale, Birch Green
Skelmersdale, Lancashire WN8 6RS

Tel: 01695 50916
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