MHA - For all our Tomorrows event

Home » News » MHA - For all our Tomorrows event
nantwich, cheshire, shops

MHA is planning to hold an information event at Bantock House, Wolverhampton.

FOR ALL OUR TOMORROWS
Creating a better life for older people and how together we can make a difference

Bantock House, Finchfield Road, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV3 9LQ
on
Thursday 3rd October 2019, 11am — 1:30pm

Speakers from across MHA will talk about how improving the lives of older people is at the heart of everything we do. Presentations will include the following topics:
Our chaplaincy service
— Living with dementia and the remarkable effects of music therapy
— Supporting individuals in their own communities through our Live at Home schemes
— The variety of services that MHA provides & what is in the local area

The event will also include a guided tour of Bantock House. Restored to its Edwardian glory Bantock House is described as a hidden treasure with its carved oak panelled rooms, decorative glass, tiles and period furnishings inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement. Set within 43 acres of parkland it is surrounded by delightful formal gardens.

The event is free of charge and includes tea and coffee from 10:30am when registration opens, as well as a complimentary lunch and guided tour of Bantock House. However, places are limited so to avoid missing out please get in touch with Catherine Roth by email at catherine.roth@mha.org.uk or by calling 01332 221651

You may also be interested in

newport play week 19 3
Webteam

Newport's annual Holiday Club 'Jungle Explorers' runs this year until Fri 26th July when they will be joined by their parents and friends in the afternoon for a Family Gathering. The children, aged between 4 and 11 years, enjoy a variety of activities and games for 2 hours each morning for the bargain price of £2.50 a day! As you can see from the photographs taken on the first...

Hendry 2
Webteam

Thu May 21stHendry arrives in Malaysia safely. Fri May 22ndHendry meets the group that is going with him to Sarawak.Sun May 26thHendry visits his home church where he preached his first sermon when he was 16 years old. It was Methodist Women service.The church was started in 1919. When he left for the UK they had about 150 members, now there are 350! The original little chapel was rebuilt...

sheet music, entertainment
Webteam

The last of the Summer Organ Recitals will be held at Wellington Methodist Church on Fri 6th Sept and will be performed by Cathy Lamb. The concerts are free but a donation can be made towards local charities. You are welcome to come and have your lunch at the church from 12.30 pm. Concerts begin at...