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London comes to learn about the best of the Belong
Posted on 17 Jul 2015 In: Latest News

Trustees and the general manager of Edinburgh House (London Sephardi home for the elderly in London) came to visit Belong homes in Atherton, Wigan and Warrington to learn about what the latest and best in care for the elderly really looks like. Nick Dykes, CEO of Belong, hosted the visit together with MFH trustees Alan Wilkins and Vanessa Goldstone.

It was a resounding success with the London visitors expressing their huge admiration. They learnt a lot and swapped hopes for the future – a tangible preview of the secure, bright future they could so clearly see for Belong Morris Feinmann and hopes, dreams and aspirations for a future Edinburgh House.

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Good News!
Posted on 17 Jul 2015 In: Latest News

Demolishment of the Morris Feinmann Home building has started and should be completed by the end of August, when building will commence on the site. We will keep you updated regularly on the progress of the work.

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Morris Feinmann Home gives thanks to dedicated volunteers
Posted on 20 Apr 2011 In: Latest News

Morris Feinmann Home held an afternoon tea party on Sunday to celebrate the loyal support and contribution of three long-serving volunteers.

Alan Wilkins, chairman of Morris Feinmann Home, expressed great appreciation to Adele Rose, who established a shop for residents of the Home in 1974 and has been an active supporter ever since; Ruth Berger, who took over management of the shop 23 years ago and continues to run it today; and Werner Lachs, who has been chairman of the Friends of Morris Feinmann Trust for many years.

Alan commented: “Operating as an independent charity, the Home relies not only upon its dedicated staff, but also on remarkable and charitable people who give their time to enriching the lives of our residents.

“Over the years, Adele and Ruth have given up countless hours of their time to support us and Werner has tirelessly managed the Friends of Morris Feinmann Trust. We can’t thank them enough for their loyalty and dedication to the Home.”

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