05 February 2024

MHA Lauriston aims to become self-sustainable and encourages residents to grow their own food crops

The home has found it very successful with residents getting stuck in and enjoying the process.

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05 February 2024

MHA Waterside House part of trial to encourage residents to grow fresh food

It's a six month trial with homes receiving a new delivery every month from PotGang who will provide the resources they require to grow and plant the seeds they receive.

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02 February 2024

Walter Hall Seminar 2024: Bringing together leading voices

On Tuesday 6 February we’ll be holding our annual Walter Hall Seminar. The seminar series is named after MHA’s founder, the Revd Walter Hall, whose passion and determination led to the creation of MHA.

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01 February 2024

Statement from MHA Chief Executive on Government's announcement for overseas care workers and their dependents

The Government’s intention, to prevent migrant care staff from coming to the UK from bringing their dependants from mid-March 2024, will place significant and lasting pressure on social care as it loses another avenue of recruitment.

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01 February 2024

MHA Stratton House trials residents to grow their own fruit veg and herbs with exciting growing kits

Each box contains all the seeds, pots, compost and guidance needed to grow seasonal fruit, vegetables and herbs.

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01 February 2024

All smiles at MHA Chapel Fields following strong performance in rating by Care Quality Commission

“It's the first time we have received this rating since I have been home manager and it's a very proud moment."

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29 January 2024

Staff at MHA Lauriston all smiles after receiving maximum review rating score

The reviews were from residents, as well as family and friends of residents and highlighted the care and affection their loved ones are receiving whilst living at the home.

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23 January 2024

Finding Nana: A children's book - where it all started

Read about how the idea of a children's book called Finding Nana came to life in collaboration with the Methodist Church

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19 January 2024

Well known locals unveil “Words of Wisdom” bench at MHA Langholme

The bench contains quotes from residents and has become the talk of the town with onlookers and members of the community taking a big interest in it.

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