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Creating links between care homes and local communities


CARE homes across Warrington are opening their doors to the public for Care Home Open Day.
An international initiative, the day will take place on Saturday, April 21, to help create lasting links between care home residents and their local communities.
This year’s theme is “linking communities” and Warrington Borough Council is encouraging local people to visit the care homes in their community, many of which are celebrating the day with special events.
These include:
– Belong Warrington – Loushers Lane, Warrington, 2pm – 4pm
– Birch Court – Egerton Street, Howley, 10am – 4pm
– Brampton Lodge – Bridge Lane, Appleton, 1.30pm – onwards
– Brookfield – Brookfield Road, Lymm, 12 noon – 4pm
– Callands – Callands Road, Callands, 10.30am – 3pm
– Cheshire Grange – Booths Hill Road, Lymm, 11am – 4pm
– Gainsborough House – Gainsborough Road, Warrington, 2pm – 4pm
– Three Bridges – Nook lane, Thelwall, 1pm – 3pm
– Westvale House – Old Hall Road, Old Hall, 12 noon – 4pm
– Whittle Hall – Littledale Road, Great Sankey, 2pm – 4pm
The full programme for the day, including the activities taking place at each care home can be found online at carehomeopenday.org.uk
Cllr Pat Wright, the council’s lead member for statutory health and adult social care, said: “This is a fantastic way to recognise that care home residents are valued members of our communities.
“I would encourage everyone to find out more and take this opportunity to meet unique and special people with such rich and diverse life experiences and stories.
“We are all aware of the challenges facing the care sector but in Warrington there are many excellent services on offer and this is also a chance to appreciate the dedication of care staff who on a day to day basis provide compassionate and personalised care in care homes in


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