New chapter for residents and staff at revamped Cuerden Hall

Activities Co-ordinator at Sue Ryder Care Home, Shady Lane, Bamber Bridge, Laura Brewer with mother and daughter Carol Hitchen and Helen Eubank and other residents,taking part in carft activities in the loungePicture: David Hurst

Activities Co-ordinator at Sue Ryder Care Home, Shady Lane, Bamber Bridge, Laura Brewer with mother and daughter Carol Hitchen and Helen Eubank and other residents,taking part in carft activities in the loungePicture: David Hurst

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Activities play an important part of life for residents at Sue Ryder Care at Cuerden Hall in Bamber Bridge, near Preston. AASMA DAY finds out about some of the activities at the centre and why plans to re-build a new purpose built facility will enhance them further.

Just because someone has suffered a brain injury and cannot function like other people does not mean they can’t reap benefits from a range of activities.

This is something that Carol Hitchen knows only too well as her daughter Helen Eubank is a resident at Sue Ryder Cuerden Hall and loves taking part in a variety of activities.

 

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