Latest news and Events

The latest news and events of life at Fernlea

Well-Being Days

April is National Stress Awareness Month, and so we held Well-being days for our staff including workshops, exercises, a visit from The Body Shop and healthy snacks throughout. The day was a fantastic success with staff joining in with all of the activities and enjoying the day as a whole. A huge thank you to Lisa who came down to offer staff 15 minute Reiki sessions outside in the sunshine, Colette who offered Pilate sessions to ease aches and pains, Alex from the Body Shop who came down to offer our staff facials, massages, and makeup, and our wonderful kitchen staff who prepared a lovely healthy lunch to top off the day.... read more

Stand up to Cancer

Please join us on Saturday 30th March at 2pm for our Stand Up To Cancer Bake Sale. If you have a Paul Hollywood or Prue Leith in your family we would love for you to encourage them to make something amazing they might even win Star Baker. Hope to see lots of you there for this amazing... read more

Dignity Action Day

Well done to our  lifestyles team for arranging and running a fantastic Dignity Action Day on Friday. Our team ran training sessions, pampers sessions, question and answer sessions, create a poem task, created the “Dignitree”, arranged afternoon tea.A really packed day that both residents and staff enjoyed. We had a surprise visit from Stockport Quality Team, to see what Fernlea were doing to recognise Dignity day, we received fantastic feedback  from the Quality Team... read more

Christmas at Fernlea

A huge thank you to everyone who joined our celebrations on the run up to Christmas. We had a Christmas jumper day where everyone wore their craziest Christmas jumper, we were joined by Torkington Primary Choir and had a visit from Santa. We look forward to the same again next year.    ... read more

Fernlea Welcomes Hartbeeps Baby Group

Fernlea welcomed Hartbeeps Baby Group for an inter-generational group activity. Hartbeeps joined Fernlea residents for a drink and playtime. The activities were thoroughly enjoyed by residents. All money made was donated to Ollies Army: a charity dedicated to raising awareness for Battens Disease... read more