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Address: 268 Telegraph Road, Heswall, CH60 7SG

Contact Telephone: 0151 342 6402


About Us

Heswall Day Centre offers a variety of activities both based in the centre, and out in the wider community. Our staff team support people in our service to engage in a wide range of activities. We have a sensory room on site filled with colourful and relaxing lights and music.

We have the use of our own minibus to allow the people we support to access activities in the wider community, and we are always looking to seek new opportunities for them to experience.

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.

Activities on offer at the centre include:

  • Arts & crafts
  • Pottery
  • Sewing
  • Tai Chi
  • Chair exercise
  • Jabadao
  • Discos
  • Football skills
  • Tabletop games
  • Wii games
  • Cookery sessions

Community based activities on offer include:

  • Ten pin bowling
  • Tennis
  • Cycling in Birkenhead Park
  • Swimming
  • Volunteering within local parks and charity shops

Latest News

April 2023

Heswall has recently introduced a new activity timetable with a different layout/structure. This now includes more sensory sessions as well as up-beat exercise sessions. The timetable continues to include community visits. By adapting the timetable, all people we support have had input and chose which session they would like to join on which particular days. Questionnaires were completed with people we support to ask what activities they want to see on the timetable and this is now what we are working towards.

With Easter approaching, Heswall are going to be having a visit from the Kare Plus team who have a mascot “Kare Bear”. We are planning a chocolate and tea afternoon which will also include a performance from the people we support at Heswall who have been learning new signs as part of singing hands. The purpose of the group performance is to build up confidence gradually so that we can begin to look at performing in larger environments.


Stars of the Month

Aimee Wilton, Service Support at Heswall Centre. Aimee is a very approachable staff member and has a wide skill set in terms of activities. Aimee supports the people we support at Heswall with a wide range of activities and develops these over time to a larger project/outcome. Aimee has gone above and beyond with helping to contribute towards the second stage of the new activity timetable and has worked closely with the people we support to gather their views, opinions and thoughts about the activities we run and how we can improve.

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