We would like to thank everybody who helped make this years festival such a fantastic event and also to you guys for coming down to support East Cheshire Hospice.
We think it is safe to say that we all thoroughly enjoyed this years festival. It would be great if you could leave any comments on the experience you had at the festival by simply clicking the feedback button below. If you would like us to add your photos from the festival to our gallery then please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
All the money raised from the 2015 Beer Festival goes to charity
Over the years we have helped a number of charities including…
The Rossendale Trust provides Supported Living care to adults with learning and physical disabilities, in purpose built apartments in Sutton and Macclesfield, and houses in Buxton.
We aim to create an environment where everyone is encouraged to reach their full potential. Changes in our care model,from residential care to supported living, has enabled our tenants to make real choices in their lives, develop in confidence and enjoy increasing independence..
We provide practical and emotional support, including care at home, to reduce help the stresses and anxiety of caring for unpaid carers and those they care. We offer consistent, reliable support built on professional relationships.
Our aim is to allow the family member providing care, some normality and the chance to have a meaningful break, away from their caring responsibilities,safe in the knowledge that their loved one will be well looked after.
East Cheshire Hospice is a haven of care and calm for people facing the challenges at the end of their lives who live in the communities of Buxton, Congleton, High Legh, High Peak, Knutsford, Macclesfield, Poynton, Wilmslow and the villages and hamlets in between.
Offering gold-standard care, compassion, medical and emotional support is what we do every single day, but we understand that for some people, using hospice services is a frightening thought. Whilst we provide exceptional and holistic care for people with life-limiting illnesses, we also help their carers and families to cope and even smile through difficult times.
Since we first started in 1995 we have served over 223,000 beers and raised over £200,000 for local charities. This has been used to…
+ Build new play areas for special needs children
+ Buy an interactive display for children with learning disabilities
+ Help give support to carers
+ Purchase new mini-buses
+ Build new accomodation for adults with learning difficulties
+ Purchase medical equipment
+ More importantly, we have helped local charities carry on doing all the important and dedicated work that they do. We intend to carry on doing this with the 2015 Beer Festival