Accommodation at the Guest House, for a family vacation, a peaceful rest or retreat, and also for school groups or students.
Care for the sick in the retirement home
A little history
1902: the first community opens in England when the community of Guingamp, in Brittany, settles in Liverpool, in search of a refuge against the anticlerical laws in force at
the time in France.
1921: The Catholic Friendly Society asks the Archbishop of Liverpool to find religious who would undertake to found a convalescent home for workers in the north of England.
He turned to the Augustinian canonesses of Liverpool: eight sisters, including four from France in 1902, opened a new community at Boarbank Hall.
1949: Hospitality work extended to the care of the terminally ill and terminally ill of the surrounding district, leading to the opening of an approved long-term care home in
Over the years, and always now: regular improvements thanks to the generosity and support of all.