1st Sep, 2018
Due to the success of our visit to The Byre in Bootle for afternoon tea in June and at the request of our residents, we are hoping to revisit sometime in September.
The reviews from Trip Advisor say ‘this is super and the food is good value and tasty’ ‘always great food at the Byre’ and ‘visited here twice during our week in the area. Friendly and obliging staff in pleasant surroundings’
Please keep checking back to see when we have booked the date.
23rd Aug, 2018
Summer is finally here, the weather is beautiful and predictions are it’s here to stay (for a while anyway!)
The staff at St Georges have had their heads together to decide on a theme for our annual Summer Fete/Garden Party
The Summer fete is scheduled to take place on 23rd August and the theme this year is…………..1940’s Land Army.
A theme that we are sure our residents will thoroughly enjoy. We are hoping that our staff will throw themselves into the spirit of things and come to St Georges that day in 1940’s costume to bring the atmosphere to life.
If you have any great ideas to further enhance the lives of our residents, or indeed if you could lend a hand on the day, please speak to either Jenn or Natalie.
17th Jul, 2018
On 17th July between 6-8pm, St Georges will be hosting another Pop-Up Restaurant – Italian style.
There will be a choice of Pizza or Lasagne on the menu and guests are welcome to join us.
Please see Natalie to purchase tickets.
9th Jul, 2018
On 9th July at 11am we will welcome the return of the North East Producers, as they perform their rendition of ‘There’s no business like show business’ for our residents and guests.
Join our aspiring performers Dotty and Peggy as they share their experiences and aspirations with their audience. Singing all of those popular show tunes from Mary Poppins, Sound of Music, Calamity Jane and more……
These events always prove enjoyable and we look forward to being part of the happy atmosphere they produce.
Tickets are available from Natalie.
21st Jun, 2018
St Georges prides itself on the relationships we build between staff and our fellow residents and with this in mind, we are planning to hold a baby shower for the staff who at this time either expecting a baby or have indeed just been recently blessed with a newborn.
Who doesn’t love sharing theirs or their partners experiences of all things baby related!? We’re sure that our resident ladies will love to give any tips and advice from their wealth of knowledge to our female staff, whilst having fun and playing games.
We look forward to seeing you on 21st June at 2pm
1st Jun, 2018
The vicar will visit St Georges on the second Monday of every month to deliver his church service to all who are interested in being part of the congregation. The next service will be on the 28th May 2018 and will take place in the Cricket Lounge. .
29th May, 2018
On 29th May, Pensioners with style (PWS) will be returning with their selection of fashionable clothing for our residents (and visitors) to browse.
PWS have been kind enough to bring their wares to St Georges on a few occasions now and it always proves enjoyable. Some of our residents are less likely to enjoy the pleasures which retail therapy provides, if PWS did not visit the Home.
Why dont you come along and join us if you are able to.
17th May, 2018
On the 17th May we will be offering an American Diner themed Pop-up-restaurant here at St Georges between 6-8pm.
There will be Hot Dogs and Burgers on offer, both served with fries.
Please contact Natalie for more information
23rd Apr, 2018
On 23rd April, St Georges will be holding its customary celebrations in honour of our namesake St George.
Every nation has its own ‘Patron Saint’ who in times of great peril is called upon to help save the country from its enemies. St David is the patron saint of Wales, St Andrew of Scotland and St Patrick of Ireland – St George being the patron saint of England.
Did you know – In the Middle Ages the dragon was commonly used to represent the Devil. Unfortunately the many legends connected with St. George’s name are fictitious, and the slaying of the ‘Dragon’ was first credited to him in the 12th century.
St. George, so the story goes, killed a dragon on the flat topped Dragon Hill in Uffington, Berkshire, and it is said that no grass grows where the dragon’s blood trickled down!
Please come along and join in our celebrations, Kosh Fallows will be returning to entertain and get us all singing along to our favourite tunes.
See Natalie for more information on tickets.
12th Apr, 2018
A local ladies choir ‘Phoenix Singers’ will be performing at St Georges on 12th April.
The group of local ladies meet and practice at the local churches, some ladies belong to St Georges Church Millom but other ladies are members of other churches in the area.
We look forward to welcoming them and listening to their beautiful voices.
29th Mar, 2018
On 29th March St Georges will be offering an afternoon tea between 2-4pm to celebrate Easter.
There will be an Easter bonnet competition as is customary at St Georges! We all enjoy a touch of crafting, trying to create the prettiest/most original Easter bonnet!
There will also be a raffle.
Please see Natalie for more information.
13th Feb, 2018
On 13th February, St Georges will be hosting a Chinese Curry Night between 6-8pm.
There will be chinese curry and rice on the menu with pancakes for dessert.
If you would like to join us, please contact Natalie for a ticket. All proceeds will go towards the residents activities fund.
(Please note that we need to know numbers by 9th Feb)
23rd Jan, 2018
On 23rd January, PWS (pensioners with style) will return to St Georges with their selection of Spring Summer clothing between 2pm-4pm.
There’s always room in a ladies wardrobe for one more outfit, so come along and browse the selection.
Not forgetting the gentlemen, there’s something for everyone.
1st Jan, 2018
Our knit and natter sessions are proving to be a hit with our residents. Come along every Tuesday afternoon at 2.30pm in the Butterfly Lounge to join Elaine for a spot of knitting and of course, more importantly, a bit of a natter!! It doesn’t matter if you are a whizz with the needles or a complete novice, we’re never too old to learn a new skill and everyone is welcome to come along and join in. We look forward to seeing you there!
1st Jan, 2018
The next meeting of Friends of St Georges is still to be scheduled. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer to help our residents make the most of their social activities, then we would love to hear from you. Please pop in and see us or call us for further information. Dates will be posted periodically.
1st Jan, 2018
With thanks to our newly formed ‘League of Friends’ we are now able to offer a games and cards day at St Georges every other Thursday. How competitive are you? Or are you just lucky? Residents will be given the opportunity to try their hand at cards, dominoes and various other fun games and puzzles. Come along and pit your wits against your friends, the more the merrier.
Our games afternoons are every other Thursday in the Conservatory.
1st Jan, 2018
Our residents ‘Toiletries Shop’ is now in place and all the basics are now available for you to purchase from the comfort of your armchair.
Please let Natalie or any of the Care Staff know if there is anything in particular you would like and I am sure they will try their hardest to get this for you.
A price list can be found on the resident notice board.
1st Jan, 2018
We all enjoy taking part in ‘The Chase’ or ‘Who wants to be a millionaire’ from the comfort of our armchairs but how would we fair in a real life quiz!? Now is your chance to find out!
We plan to offer a ‘Quiz Night’ to our residents and families on a monthly basis.
Don’t worry, its all in good fun – all abilities are welcome.
Guest tickets can be purchased for £2.50 and all proceeds will be donated to the residents fund.
Keep checking in for the next date scheduled.
21st Dec, 2017
Yes its nearly that time of year again!
The leaves have fallen from the trees and the temperature has dropped slightly, that can only mean one thing….. Christmas is around the corner!
We will be holding our residents Christmas Party on 21st December, between 2-4pm with lots of fun and games planned.
Get that outfit ready, put on your dancing shoes and lets celebrate another year at St Georges at Christmas.
4th Dec, 2017
Due to the success of last years performance from ‘The North East Producers’ we have invited them back again this year and on the 4th December at 11am, they will return to entertain us with their version of the classic ‘Oliver!’
The team are very talented and funny and have everyone laughing and singing along with the songs from the shows. We all remember at least the chorus from ‘Consider Yourself’ and we cant help but sing along to ‘You gotta pick a pocket or two’!!
Their last visit proved a massive success and we are so happy they have agreed to return.
28th Nov, 2017
On 28th November St Georges will be holding a Wine and Cheese evening. Come along and try a good old Stilton, or a mature cheddar. sample the wines we have on offer and compare notes with your friends!
The Millom Folk dancers will also be joining us to keep us entertained.
If we would like to join us please contact Natalie for more information.
3rd Nov, 2017
On 3rd November St Georges will be offering a small fireworks display for those who would like to join us.
There will be hot dogs on offer and the display will hopefully be as exciting as previous years.
For those of you who met our scarecrow ‘Rod’ and for those of you who missed him, you will be pleased to know that he has transformed himself (with the help of the staff) into Guy Fawkes! and now has pride of place in the foyer at St Georges!!
Tickets can be purchased from Natalie at £2.50.
Wrap up warm!
31st Oct, 2017
On 31st October as part of our Halloween celebrations, there will be a ‘Rock Around The Clock’ show for us all to enjoy.
The one man band is a repeat visitor to St Georges and we know he will entertain us with his talents and music with a Halloween/Rock and Roll theme.
Come along and join the fun, have sing a long and see him perform.
Please contact Natalie for more information.
7th Oct, 2017
Over the weekend of 8th October, The Millom and Haverigg Scarecrow Festival will return with a new theme after the success of last year’s sporting heroes outing.
This years theme is Musical Icons.
Scarecrows will appear around the town and villages over a three-day period to pay homage to musical heroes.
Staff and residents at St Georges are now busily sowing, stuffing and plumping our entry into the competition!
Keep your eyes peeled to see which Rock Legend appears at St Georges (In Scarecrow form) and dont forget to vote for your favourite Scarecrow.