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The story of the Morris Feinmann Home began with the purchase of a house in Amhurst Road, Fallowfield for seven refugees in 1946. The Morris Feinmann Home Trust was then established on 15th November 1947 “to provide a home for the lonely, infirm or needy Jewish persons of either sex, who were the victims of Nazi, racial or religious persecution.”

The Trust has evolved and changed over the years but is still very much in existence today, looking after the “lonely, infirm or needy Jewish persons of either sex”, although the emphasis nowadays has naturally shifted from refugees to the elderly.

For the full story of evolution and change, along with many wonderful photographs, please follow the link below

History of the MFH

Latest News

Following the topping-out ceremony (see here), the opening date for the new Village was announced.

Belong Morris Feinmann to open on 19th June 2017

Belong Morris Feinmann will accept new residents from 19 June 2017. Enquiries for residential care or an apartment in the new village should be addressed to Further information can be found here

Sir Howard Bernstein marks start-on-site of Belong Morris Feinmann care village

Manchester City Council CEO, Sir Howard Bernstein, has performed the ceremonial cutting of the turf to mark the development of a new £12m Belong care village in Didsbury, Manchester. The Morris Feinmann Homes Trust has collaborated with specialist care operator, …

Belong Morris Feinmann gets the green light in Didsbury | Belong Villages

Belong, has partnered with the Morris Feinmann Homes Trust to create a new £12m Belong community care village in West Didsbury. The project, which has now received formal planning consent, will provide specialist care services to the Jewish community in …