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St Michael’s Irish Centre

Social club and centre for the Irish community mainly.

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Coronavirus – Changes to our services

All our offices in Liverpool, Ellesmere Port and Wigan will be closed until further notice. All Social Groups and Activities including Sláinte Le Chéile Health and Wellbeing Activities are also suspended until further notice. Staff will not be undertaking
any visits or community outreach until further notice.

We will continue to deliver our information, advice and support services as far as it is practical by telephone, email and social media including Facebook.

Our staff are available to talk to you between Monday to Friday 9.00am to  5pm.

Services

Shop

Opening hours as of 23/11/20

  • Mon & Thu 10am – 4pm
  • Tue & Wed 12 – 8pm
  • Fri 4 – 8pm
  • Sat and Sun 2 – 6pm
  • Changeable so check with the Centre before turning up.

Tel: 0151 2373987

Email: admin@iccm.org.uk Twitter https://twitter.com/LiverpoolIC
Facebook: @IrishCommunityCare1 @slaintelecheile

Activities

Roxy Yoga

  • Wednesday 7.00pm – 7.40pm
  • Free class on Zoom. Donations to Liverpool Irish Centre are welcome. 
  • Numbers are limited. Please book on Roxy Yoga 07791 708994 or Clodagh
    07710 854973

CARA: Irish Communities Together Through Covid 19 Programme

Irish Community Care in partnership with Irish community groups in the North West is launching an important new programme named CARA.

There are many members of our communities who may need a helping hand or a listening ear to get through the Covid 19 pandemic. Many of us are older, in poor health; many of us live alone far from family and friends. 

Get involved as a volunteer (this might mean picking up the phone for a chat or picking up groceries or a prescription) – please complete this
short form
.

Request help If you know someone who is isolated or likely to need a bit more support during the coming months, please help spread the word to them or fill in this
short form
 and we will take it from there.

Or you can call 0151 237 3987 for further information.

How can I access this service?
Call in during opening hours or call for more information
When is this service open?
See the main description
How much will it cost me?
Some activities are free. Small charges to others
Social media

Follow Liverpool Irish Centre on Facebook and
Twitter
Find Sláinte Le Chéile – Health Together on Facebook

Follow Liverpool Irish Rovers on Facebook

What groups of people is this for?
The general public
What age groups is this for?
Any age
What areas of the city is this for?
People from anywhere in the city

Contacts

St Michael's Irish Centre, St Michael's Irish Centre, 6 Boundary Lane, L6 5JG
https://www.liverpoolirishcentre.org/

 

 

Delivered in partnership with

Healthwatch Liverpool
Citizens Advice Liverpool