22 January 2021

Keeping Blue Monday at bay

The third Monday of January has been awarded the ‘gloomy title’ due to a combination of post-Christmas blues, cold dark nights and the arrival of unpaid credit card bills. Now, the Samaritans charity are hoping a simple cup of tea can help connect people for a campaign they are calling ‘Brew Monday’. Life can be […]

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Hobby Shed upgrade

As part of a resident’s birthday and Christmas present, the team at Rose House upgraded his hobby shed during September though to December. This included clearing the old shed and ground works, assembly of new shed and fitting it with flooring. A work space for a train set was created and an electrical supply was

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A fond farewell…

St David’s has said a fond goodbye to Malcolm Woodhead, Occupational Therapy Assistant, who has retired. Malcolm has worked at MHC for over 21 years at New Hall and St David’s and he will be sadly missed by all. Malcolm’s experience, warmth and calm manner was always present and patients valued the times spent having

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NOCN Opportunities

In partnership with the National Open College Network (NOCN), we are now able to offer the Using Employability Skills qualification to our portfolio of accredited courses for our residents and patients! This is ideal for those using their skills in our kitchens, gardens, looking after animals and cleaning. It is also great for those wanting

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St David’s Fundraising!

A patient at St David’s Independent Hospital has been enjoying raising money for animal charities and has raised a brilliant £71.51 for Guide Dogs with the help of other patients and staff! The patient had planned to organise a charity bike ride from Talacre in Holywell to the Great Orme in Llandudno, but due to

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