New activities for Sheltered Housing, Care Homes and Communities

McMurtrie Leisure is coming to Sheltered Housing and Care Homes – and you can be part of the fun

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Are you looking for new activities for your sheltered housing or residential care home residents?

We’re supporters of McMurtrie Leisure, which has new opportunities and are looking for organisations to take part in a trial, completely free of charge

Callum McMurtrie, local businessman and Managing Director says:
“McMurtrie Leisure invests in worthy causes, particularly Children’s Charities. It works with partners, including holiday parks and community delivery organisations players to support others in times of need.

And your sheltered housing scheme and care home residents can join in the fun.

McMurtrie Leisure can work with all sheltered housing schemes, residential care homes and similar types of communities.  So why not get in touch to find out how.
Residents can get involved without leaving the safe and secure surroundings of your sheltered housing scheme, care home or community hub.
We also work in partnership with you to ensure our activities become an additional funding source for your organisation.

We have exciting new games coming along in the future too, all of which can help enhance your residents quality of life, sense of fun and help you generate additional income for your sheltered housing scheme or residential care home.
Our free trial will be available to your organisation if it resides in Central Lancashire, or other areas at our discretion. Even if you’re in a wider area, please share your details with us by completing this survey. We’ll then talk to you about how we can help your residents, visitors and your organisation.
Please complete our simple survey – it should take you less than five minutes to complete.
Interested in finding out more?  Leave your details and we’ll contact you in the next few days with more information.
Your feedback is valuable to us in designing services that add value to you and your residents.  I thank you in anticipation of hearing your views.”

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