An exceptional resident has celebrated her 100th birthday with family, friends and carers at the Trust’s Charterhouse care home.
Funding Alliance releasing £150,000 to help organisations improve their services for older people in Bristol.
The Chocolate Quarter has won the award for Best Regeneration Project at the Pinders Healthcare Design Awards 2019.
The St Monica Trust is pleased to confirm the appointment of Kevin Hall as its new Chief Operating Officer.
Residents at the Trust’s Russets dementia care home in Sandford have made their own tribute to all those who served in the First World War.
Trust wins Healthcare Caterer of the Year award at the Foodservice Cateys 2018.
Sandford Station resident calls for urgent response to dementia research and diagnosis.
The St Monica Trust’s commitment to achieving excellence in customer service has been recognised with Hospitality Assured’s special 20th Anniversary Award.
Primary school children and residents living with dementia are bridging the generation gap by playing games, doing arts and craft and learning about one another’s lives.
Six leading charitable trusts have joined forces to create a £100,000 fund that will benefit the lives of older people in Bristol.
The St Monica Trust, whose residents captured the hearts of the nation in the hit TV show, Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds, will create a lasting legacy to the ground-breaking social experiment by establishing a nursery at one of its retirement communities.
The nation’s favourite Bristolian grannies return to our television screens this Friday for the new series of Gogglebox.
A new grant programme has opened, aimed at helping to sustain vital older people’s support projects in the county.
The St Monica Trust is pleased to confirm the appointment of Sara Naylor-Wild as its Director of Transformation and Development.
Two St Monica Trust colleagues have been recognised for their outstanding work in the care industry at this year’s Care and Support West Awards.
St Monica Trust is increasing its Community Fund to £1.2 million a year to help improve the lives disadvantaged older people.
The foundation stone has been laid at the former Somerdale factory in Keynsham to mark the start of building works at the St Monica Trust’s fifth retirement community
The former Cadbury’s chocolate factory in Keynsham has been secured for development by the St Monica Trust and will become its fifth retirement community.