Little Sisters Of The Poor Manchester

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The Little Sisters Home in Manchester

The Little Sisters began their work in Manchester in 1862, and later built a Home in Plymouth Grove West. When the Home was demolished in the late 1970s the present St. Joseph’s was built on the same site and opened in June 1980.

Address:

Little Sisters of the Poor
52 Plymouth Grove West
Manchester M13 OAR
Tel: 0161 273 4147
E-mail: ms.manchester@lsplondon.co.uk

If you wish to contact the Manchester home through our contact form, please click here.

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Fun afternoon at St Joseph's.

Another fun filled afternoon, a bit of story telling, quiz time and a good old game of cards.
Great fun. 😁😁
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Brilliant you certainly have some fun there 😄 x

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Great to be getting back to normal.🙏🙏

After a hectic few weeks battling with Omicron, thankfully we are slowly getting back to normal. Thank God all our residents are well and happy. The staff are thankfully all now well and back to full force.

Great fun this afternoon with a good old game of dominoes and of course a song or two. So lovely to hear the sound of laughter once more and see the smiling faces, even the onlookers enjoyed themselves.

Our lovely Hugh was happy that his favourite team Manchester United won last night. ⚽⚽⚽
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I love that it reminded of when l used to play domino's with my uncle in his care home god bless him x

Great to see you all together take care and stay safe xx

Wonderful, safe and happy as always x

Thank God everyone is well and enjoying themselves.🥰❤️

Whooo ! Great news x God bless all 🙏

Go girls it was pretty boring without uou

Wonderful to see you all ❤️ take care and stay safe xxxxx

Hi dad. I'm waving back. Love you❤

God Bless 🙏❤

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Our gratitude to St Peters’s High School.

A massive Thank You to all the students of St Peter’s High School, Kirkmanshulme Lane for the beautiful gift bags donated for each of our residents. Over the Christmas period our residents felt completely spoiled with all the kindness and love shown to them by so many.

St Peters’s students filled gift bags with beautiful socks, face clothes, lip balm, hand cream, etc all items that are so useful to our residents. Such generosity from young people really touched our hearts.

Thank you to the staff, students and all at St Peters’s for your thoughtfulness and kindness, be assured of our prayers. 🙏🙏🙏
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Our gratitude to St Peters’s High School.

A massive Thank You to all the students of St Peter’s High School, Kirkmanshulme Lane for the beautiful gift bags donated for each of our residents.  Over the Christmas period our residents felt completely spoiled with all the kindness and love shown to them by so many. 

St Peters’s students filled gift bags with beautiful socks, face clothes, lip balm, hand cream, etc all items that are so useful to our residents.  Such generosity from young people really touched our hearts.

Thank you to the staff, students and all at St Peters’s for your thoughtfulness and kindness, be assured of our prayers. 🙏🙏🙏

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Really lovely lovely of the young students. People often overlook the idealism and generosity of young people. I thank them very much as my aunt is one of their recipients.

Well done young people. I am sure the residents including my favorite aunt Doreen enjoyed the gifts

How wonderful of the young people 👏👏

Well done, St Peter's xx

Well done everybody

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The good news of this Care Home has reached Canada! My husband needs a place to recuperate from a fall when he cracked a femur two weeks ago. I'm wondering if you would be the place?. He is 87 yrs old and a British citizen? He lives in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire. Maybe there is a place to recommend where he will be able to attend Mass, nearer to his home if not? He is Catholic.

Thank you Parrs Wood College.

Our Winnie and Teresa on behalf of all our residents say Thank You to the sixth form students of Parrs Wood College. Each resident received one of their gift bags that they so kindly donated.
Thank you so much, you made our residents very happy.
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Well done to the college students providing gifts to the residents at the little sisters of the poor x🎁🎁🎁

Well done

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Such a beautiful place St Joseph’s the care & Iove for the lovely residents is amazing, Ann Mitchell is amazing with everyone xx ❤️💕

A lovely family happy and safe new year to you and

I think I just seen father Moss from St Joseph's in reddish he looks so well lovely to see him . Happy New year to all the staff and residents .. went helping out there when I was still at school it was a lovely place. ..

Glad everyone enjoyed themselves. Happy New Year.

A very happy 2022 to all the residents and staff of St. Joseph’s. Lovely to see Monica and Sid and Monica dancing. Happy New Year!x

They are lovely residents that's why it's so important we all support the sisters & staff in keeping our home Covid free. Thank Godxx

Nice to see Rene enjoying herself and well cared for. Eugenie and Alan

Lovely x

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St Joseph's welcomes in 2022.. 🎶🎶

What a fabulous New Year's Eve party we had at St Joseph's. It was great having our special friend Claire back once again to entertain us.
Claire sings like an Angel and our residents just love singing along with her.

Great fun playing the head guessing game. Sr Mary Agnes was the winner, the first to guess what was written on her head card. Think there might have been a little bit of cheating going on 🤣🤣🤣.

Singing, dancing, drinks and a delicious buffet, just wonderful. At the end of the party the gift bags donated by tbe sixth form students from Parrswood College were handed out. All our residents received a gift bag. They were extremely grateful and felt truly spoiled.

Our heartfelt thanks to Claire for helping to make the evening so enjoyable, thanks also to everyone who contributed in making it such a success.

Happy 2022 everyone. 💞💞
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Happy New Year Everyone at St Joseph’s! Many blessings and prayers for 2022! X

What a fantastic party you all had. Good entertainment and food looks delicious 😋. Happy New Year to all at St Joseph's. God Bless you all

A very happy new year to little sisters off the poor and residents the video is top,every body is happy, God Bless

Wonderful, how everybody enjoyed it, well done and Happy new year to all of you xx

This looks like such a lovely place, Mary. I just may get my name in for when I need care, lol. There was more life at that New Year’s Eve than was jb mine ... I was in bed early. Lol

Fantastic, well done to you all. Wishing you all a very happy and peaceful new year.stay safe everyone. Xxxxxxx❤❤❤❤❤

Happy new year to you all. Great party! All the best. God bless!

The love just oozes out of St. Joseph’s what a fun place to live. Thank you to the amazing staff for all the loving care they give. God bless you all and a blessed 2022 . ❤️🙏❤️🙏

Looks like everyone had a wonderful time. Happy New Year to you all. 🥰❤️

Happy New Year To all at St Joseph's

Happy New year to all the residents and sisters and staff

Wow well done sadie, everything looks fantastic. Xxxx

Happy New year to one and all.xx

Give my love to Sr Mary Agnes. I'd love to get in touch with her again

Brilliant, god bless you all ❤

Another great day for you all well done to all the involved xx

Happy New Year to all the staff and residents at Saint Joseph’s 🥳🎉xx

Happy New Year everyone xx

Marvellous, well done. Lovely to see aunty Tree xx

Looked a good night well done - a few of the ladies told me of the fun they had todayxxx

Absolutely brilliant xx

A beautiful real home for these residents.

Aww that’s lovely Claire xx

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Happy New year to you all the God bless!

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