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What's on

The Nautilus Welfare Fund frequently runs events for those living in Mariners’ Park and the wider seafaring community.

There is a 'set menu' of weekly activities and many take place in the various function and games rooms at the Trinity House Hub and Seafarers UK Centenary Wing extension, as well as the Care Home.

As retired seafarers are often male, there are a number of special men's health and wellbeing events, designed specifically for older gentlemen.

What's on

Select from the options below to see the list of events in that section.

Weekly events

The Nautilus Welfare Fund runs a number of weekly events for those living in Mariners' Park and the wider seafaring community.

Monday

Coffee Morning

10:30 Jubilee Lounge,Care Home

Tuesday

Yoga

09:45 Games Room, Hub, £2.00 per person 

Coffee and a Chat

11:00 Games Room, Trinity House Hub

Art Session

14:00 Hobbies Room, Trinity House Hub

Thursday

Sit Fit session

09:30 Games Room, Trinity House Hub

Craft Session

10:30 Hobbies Room, Trinity House Hub

Friday

Games Morning

10:00 Hobbies Room, Trinity House Hub

Bingo

14:30 Function Room, Trinity House Hub

Special events

The Nautilus Welfare Fund runs a number of special events for those living in Mariners’ Park and the wider seafaring community.

Social zone

Saturday 25 January

Burns Night

19:00 Join us in the Function Room, Trinity House Hub for a Burns Night Quiz with a twist!!!!!  One free glass of whiskey for those attending and light refreshments available.

Monday 27 January

Chinese New Year - Chippy Tea

19:00 Join us in the Function Room, Trinity House Hub for a chippy tea to Celebrate Chinese New Year.  Food order and payment to be given to Sharon or Annette at the Hub reception by 11.30am on Monday 27 January.

Please contact us to check on the latest upcoming events.

Men's health and social activities

As most retired seafarers living in Mariners' Park are male, the Nautilus Welfare Fund runs a special programme of events aimed specifically at improving and maintaining the health and wellbeing of men.

The men's health and wellbeing project is a programme of events targeted at male retired seafarers living in and around Mariners' Park.

Launched in September 2013, the project has been made possible by funding from the Maritime Charities Funding Group and a partnership with AgeUK Wirral.

Upcoming events

Monday 20 January

Compendium - board games

14:00 Games Room, Trinity House Hub

R.N.A

19:00 Trinity House Hub

Tuesday 21 January

Golf

14:00 Mariners' Park Golf Course

Wednesday 22 January

Wirral Vikings

14:00 Trinity House Hub

Thursday 23 January

Weekly Walk

11:00 meet at the Trinity House Hub work a walk to the Black Pearl and a stop for a cuppa at Vale Park on the way back.

Snooker

14:00 Trinity House Hub

Monday 27 January

Compendium board games and darts

14:00 Trinity House Hub

R.N.A.

19:00 Trinity House Hub

Tuesday 28 January

No activities today, Roger is on leave

 

Wednesday 29 January

No activities today, Roger is on leave

 

Thursday 30 January

Weekly Walk

11:00 meet at the Trinity House Hub work a walk to the Secombe and a cuppa at the landing stage.

Snooker/Cribbage

14:00 Trinity House Hub

Contact 0151 346 8850 RCliffe-Thompson@Nautilusint.org

Please contact us to check on the latest upcoming events.

Care home activities

Monday 27 January

Coffee Morning

10:30 hosted by Audrey in the Jubilee lounge

 

Wednesday 29 January

Hairdressing

Singer: Sandra Currie

2pm Jubliee Lounge 

 

Friday 31 January

Holy Communion

In the afternoon, from St Alban's Church 

 

Wednesday 5 February

Hairdressing

In the morning, with Yvonne

 

Friday 7 February

Holy communion

In the afternoon, from St Alban's Church 

 

 

There is no obligation to join any activities at Mariners' Park and the activities organisers are always happy to receive special requests for events or activities which residents would like to attend.

Celebrating special events is an important part of Mariners' Park life and events will be organised around specific days including remembrance and memorial days, Chinese New Year and Christmas. Other one-off events include bowls competitions, BBQs and fêtes.

It is important that everyone feels that they can join in, should they wish to, and staff assistance is available to help residents attend events or go on trips where required.

The Trinity House Hub provides facilities for all residents to enjoy, including a free gym and a hobby and craft room. A multi-purpose function room will be available for a range of activities including exercise classes, film shows and talks.