Merseyside’s ‘Fang-tastic’ Halloween Party

The people we support and staff from our Merseyside Services went all out for this year’s fang-tastic Halloween Party at the Broadway Club on 31st October 2019. We were joined by Dracula, the devil, zombies, skeletons, werewolves and many other ghoulish guests! It was great to see how much effort that went in to each… Read more »

Lancashire’s ‘Spook-Tacular’ Halloween Party

On Tuesday 29th October our Voice for All Group held a ‘spook-tacular’ Halloween Party. With an amazing 115 tickets sold; we knew it would be a busy night. The event started at 7pm were everyone enjoyed some live music from Tabu. After an hour of music we all tucked into a delicious buffet followed by… Read more »

Social Enterprise Blog 30/10/19

The Brothers of Charity Services have various Social Enterprises for adults with learning disabilities; the services are designed to support people to develop skills with confidence in a supportive working environment whilst offering services in the local community. The social enterprises carryout lots of great, fun activities for the people we support and local communities… Read more »

Afternoon Tea Party at Thingwall Hall

In October, our Merseyside Services held a Tea Party in The Chapel at Thingwall Hall for the people we support. The Chapel was decorated with pastel coloured bunting, with the tables set out with tea party themed place mats, tea lights and cake stands ready to be adorned with tasty treats. Our clients had a… Read more »

Flu Prevention 2019/2020

There are two ways of making sure we prevent the spreading of Flu: Hygiene – Hand Washing, Cleaning, etc. Flu Vaccination Good Hygiene Preventing the spread of germs is the most effective way to slow the spread of the flu. Always: Wash your hands regularly with soap and water. Clean surfaces and door handles regularly… Read more »

Brothers of Charity Services in Lancashire Achieve CSE Re-Accreditation

In September, the Brothers of Charity Services in Lancashire received a full re-accreditation visit from the Customer Service Excellence (CSE), carried out by Hugh Keachie. The Customer Service Excellence standard encourages organisations to focus on the individual needs and preferences of the service users. As well as a full desk top review, Hugh Keachie met… Read more »