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Spring Edition of Burrswood News

News: Spring Edition of Burrswood News

23rd March 2018

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Weekly activities at Burrswood

News: Weekly activities at Burrswood

14th March 2018

There is so much going on at Burrswood! Here are the activities that are happening next week. Guests can take advantage of the therapies and activities on offer during their stay - or day visitors are very welcome to attend as well. If you have any questions then do call reservations on 01892 865988 who will be able to give you  more information. Find out more about Wellbeing Activities here.  

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New Events Leaflet

News: New Events Leaflet

1st March 2018

Please click below to read all about our upcoming events:

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Silent Space

News: Silent Space

Venue: Burrswood Lady Chapel
16th February 2018

On the penultimate Friday each month - 23rd March, 27th April, 18th May, 29th June from 10am to 4pm in the Lady Chapel A new form of quiet day offering plenty of space for silence and reflection. There will be no taught component to the day, although there will be access to resources should you wish to make creative use of art materials or found objects from the grounds. A member of the Wellbeing Team will be available throughout the day should you wish to meet with someone for spiritua...

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Greenhouse art installation

News: Greenhouse art installation

Venue: Burrswood Grounds
10th January 2018

Everyone is welcome to visit the innovative art installation that is currently on the top lawn at Burrswood.  Local artist Deborah Tompsett has installed an art project for Advent. It is a greenhouse that will light up with bright colours when the sun goes down to symbolise God’s light coming to us – we think of this in the middle of Advent as we approach Christmas. There will be pots that Deborah has hand made available to be planted up with a bulb which will be placed in t...

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Rt Rev James Newcome, Bishop of Carlisle visits Burrswood

News: Rt Rev James Newcome, Bishop of Carlisle visits Burrswood

19th October 2017

We were delighted to welcome Rt Rev James Newcome, the Bishop of Carlisle to Burrswood this week. He took the Healing Service and commissioned Jacqui into her role as Wellbeing Activities Lead.

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Aquatic Physiotherapy Networking Evening

News: Aquatic Physiotherapy Networking Evening

12th July 2017

Our first aquatic physiotherapy network event was described as inspirational! Sixteen aquatic therapist gave up their free time after a hard days work travelling from as far away as Eastbourne to London. The aim of the networking event was to share learning, ideas and support each other to provide better care for our patients. The evening included interactive practical pool sessions on swimming rehabilitation. Training, brainstorming about managing the ankle as well as feedback on the aquat...

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Spring Edition of Burrswood News

News: Spring Edition of Burrswood News

18th May 2017

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Dementia Awareness Week Events

News: Dementia Awareness Week Events

17th May 2017

At Burrswood we were delighted to host a Church Service on Sunday for those with Dementia.  All were welcome at this specially designed short service with gentle music and familiar well-loved hymns. We then hosted a taster day on Monday where the group tried both hydrotherapy and tai chi before enjoying a well deserved cup of tea. 

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Benefits of Hydrotherapy for those with MS

News: Benefits of Hydrotherapy for those with MS

1st January 2017

Burrswood has been part of study looking at the relationship between fatigue and health related quality of life in people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) after six sessions of aquatic physiotherapy. The research was carried out by the lecturers at the University of Brighton and the clinicians at Burrswood Hospital. Data was collected from 103 people with Multiple Sclerosis who had received six sessions of one to one aquatic physiotherapy. Assessments were then performed before and after the ses...

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