Essential building works will be carried out at Arrowe Park Walk-in Centre

Essential building works will be carried out at Arrowe Park Walk-in Centre from Monday 11 November for four weeks. Although services will be running as normal, please attend Eastham Walk-in Centre or Victoria Central (Wallasey) Walk-in Centre if you are able to do so. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Car park closure at St Catherine's Health Centre 

The patient car park at St Catherine’s Health Centre will be closed on Saturday 7 December and the staff car park closed on Sunday 8 December due to essential new road markings. We apologise for any inconvenience.


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Stay Nifty After Fifty



Stay nifty after fifty!


Wirral Community NHS Trust is joining dozens of other local organisations for a special event aimed at the over 50s being held next week.


‘Stay nifty after fifty’ is being organised by Wirral’s Older People’s Parliament in partnership with Age UK and Wirral Council, to showcase the opportunities available in the borough.


The free information and activity market will feature a host of stalls related to issues such as staying fit and active, learning new skills, local transport and affordable heating. Beauty and therapy taster sessions, musical performances, tai chi workshops and volunteering opportunities are just some of the things that will be on offer.


Simon Gilby, the new Chief Executive of Wirral Community NHS Trust will be speaking about local community based healthcare on the first day. Many of the local services will also be at the event to provide advice and information to help you keep fit, healthy and independent in your home.


Taking place on 23rd and 24th May at Hulme Hall, Port Sunlight, ‘Stay nifty after fifty’ follows the success of Wirral’s first major over 50s event, which was held last year at the Floral Pavilion in New Brighton.


Chair of Wirral’s Older People’s Parliament, Sandra Wall explained:


“Last year’s event was really popular and we are delighted to be showcasing what is available to local people, particularly some of our older residents.


“Stay nifty after fifty is totally free and with such a wide range of exhibits from many different organisations, there really will be something to cover most interests. I hope that like last year, lots of people will come along and enjoy what we have to offer.”

For more information about ‘Stay nifty after fifty’ call 0151 666 2220 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Last Updated: Thursday, 03 November 2016 11:46

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