Wirral Evolutions

Enriching Lives of People with Disabilities & Maximising Potential #OneLifeLetsLiveIt




Address: Eastham Rake, Eastham, CH62 9AN

Contact Telephone: 0151 327 4348


About Us

Eastham Day Centre provides a variety of activities for the people we support including:

  • Horticulture
  • Volunteering work at Eastham Woods every Tuesday, supervised by a park ranger
  • Target games
  • Table Tennis
  • Bowling inhouse and at Bromborough Bowl*
  • Bingo*
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Pamper sessions
  • Literacy & Numeracy (Book bags for PMLD, which is a story with objects that are used to help tell the story as a sensory experience.)
  • Sing and sign using Makaton
  • Daily exercises including chair thai chi, Mr Motivator, Joe Wicks etc
  • Boxercise
  • Football for PMLD
  • Sensory arts and crafts
  • Local community walks
  • Cookery* every Friday where the people we support prepare their own meals
  • Baking
  • Independent living skills such as learning to use washing machine, dryer, maiden, iron clothes, dishes etc.
  • Personal care/ hygiene improvement
  • Health and wellbeing programme which involves NHS professionals
  • Music Therapy
  • Use of technology such as Tablets and Smart TV’s to enhance the current activity programme
  • Money management
  • Shopping
  • Narrow boat Trips
  • Chester Zoo trips

*Some activities are at a small additional cost

To see the impact of the work we do helping the people we support develop their skills and confidence, please visit our Case Studies page.

Latest News

April 2023

Down Syndrome Awareness Day 

In addition to our usual timetable be celebrated Down Syndrome Awareness Day. People we support made odd socks and took part in a 'find the odd socks' game.

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Autism Acceptance Week

The people we support also celebrated Autism Acceptance Week. We used letters of the word 'Autism' to describe individual characteristics and completed a self-esteem building task, describing each other's personalities. 

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St Patrick's Day

To celebrate St Patrick's Day the people we support made Irish Stew, created their own shamrocks, and took part in a gold coin treasure hunt.

Friday Cookery Group

Our Friday Cookery activity has continued. The people we support have been making their own lunches. (See attached menu)

Mother's Day

We have created some wonderful flowers for Mother’s Day in arts and crafts.

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Pottery Class

In pottery we are currently making Easter Bowls which will continue in April.

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Upcoming Activities

  • Lego therapy taster sessions has been added to our timetable on a Wednesday Morning.
  • After a successful production of Alice in Wonderland at our Christmas play our drama group are now learning a new script which is the Wizard of Oz which they will be performing at Claremount School.
  • Our tuff trays have been redesigned and our themed around spring and include springtime sensory matching games.
  • The hobbies room have been out this week to purchase plants for our gardens and looking forward to re-starting the gardening group in the centre.
  • People we support meeting is taking place on 30th April.

Activity Schedule  

Stars of the Month

  • Marie Nelson organised a Valentines Day fun day where we all wore red, played valentines bingo and the people we support enjoyed a disco raising over £500 for Arrowe Park Hospital high dependency ward.
  • Gill Reeves from Eastham Centre made delicious cheesecakes, which were sold to staff at the centre with all proceeds being donated to Clare House, Gill raised £110 for which equates to a full day of counselling for a grieving family member.

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