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CHRISTMAS IS THE TIME FOR GIVING

 

Club Liverpool Members, Guests and Staff are invited to purchase a Christmas Gift for the 2016 Club Liverpool - Christmas Giving Tree.

 

Gifts will be donated to elderly patients on Christmas Day who will be too ill to leave hospital and celebrate Christmas at home with their loved ones and your generosity will help to make real difference.

 

SIMPLY PURCHASE A GIFT suitable for a MALE or FEMALE ELDERLY HOSPITAL PATIENT  and drop it off to George Street Reception before
FRIDAY 9TH DECEMBER 2016.

 

The ages of the patients vary from 50 - 105 years of age and on average is a 50/50 mix of male and female patients.

 

Suggested Gift ideas:

  • Lip Balms, Hand Lotions, Foot Lotions or other moisturising lotions or hand wipes
  • Soaps, Body Wash or Deodorant
  • Slipper Socks or Bed Socks
  • Chocolates, Biscuits, Sweets (not homemade)
  • Tea, Herbal or Flavoured, Hot Chocolate or Coffee Satchels
  • Pens, Pencils, Notepads, Adult Colouring Books, Books, Magazines and Puzzle Books
  • Face Washers or Hand Towels
  • Playing Cards

A FULL LIST of suitable items is available from George Street Reception, Membership Office or download here

 

Gift Tags are also available from George Street Reception, Membership Office or download here

 

THIS YEAR WE ARE IN NEED OF ADDITIONAL CHRISTMAS GIFT BAGS - this may be one way you can assist.

 

 

           
  Some of the donated Christmas Gift
bags from last year ready for delivery.
  Club Liverpool Members & Staff
who donated gift items in 2015. 
  The Clubs' Deputy President  
and Operations Manager 
delivering the gifts to hospital staff.

 

 


 

2016 VARIETY KIDS DISCO
15 June 2016

 

For over 10 years Club Liverpool has proudly supported the Variety Club - Children's Charity.
Each year we hold a Variety Kids Disco, and around the middle of June each year, approximately 150 children with special needs from around the South Western Region converge on Club Liverpool, and for a few hours they dance, sing, they eat & they play.

 

Not only is this a time for the kids to enjoy themselves and have fun, but also for their Carers who get to join in, let their hair down a little, have a dance, as well as a bit of a laugh and for those who've been to previous disco's they also get to catch up with old friends whilst others make new ones.

 

This is such a special day in our calendar, a day we look forward to every year and a day that wouldn't be the success it is without the help of our Resident DJ Andrew, the very enthusiastic dance lessons from "Pinky & Kozi", the tireless efforts from the Variety Ladies who prepare lunch and then help clean up afterwards. We are always sincerely thankful for their efforts.

 

For us here at Club Liverpool seeing the joy in their eyes and hearing the shrieks of delight are our reward for a job well done!

 

                       

         
         

 

NURSING SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

 

For over 20 years, Club Liverpool has proudly supported Liverpool Hospital through sponsorship of the John Edmondson V.C. Memorial Club Nurses Scholarship Award. 

 

Our support by way of Club Grant funding for these Scholarships, allows 10 Nurses each year to attend a Development Course, which is held at Liverpool Hospital and runs for 5 days in length.

 

The course is designed for Health Care Professionals who are responsible for developing, implementing or researching practice development strategies and addresses the inter-relationships between practice development, effective healthcare practice, evaluation, context, culture, leadership and skilled facilitation.

 

This is a highly sought after course by the Health Care Professionals who work at Liverpool Hospital and the Nurses are invited to apply to receive the Scholarship which allows them to attend the Development Course.

 

Club President - Mr Tom Jones, Deputy President - Mr Dallas Jones and Director - Mr Brian McCormack were in attendance to congratulate the recipients for the 2016 Awards.

 

2016 Recipients