Town Hall urged to ‘think again’ on closure of complex disabilities centre



The potential closure of Wirral Council’s only dedicated respite centre for those with complex mental and physical disabilities, saving £155,000, is being questioned by the three councillors for Moreton West & Saughall Massie.

Girtrell Court has one resident living at the site, as well as 19 respite beds, two of which are for emergency admissions.  The closure plan, revealed this week, follows previous decisions to close the Lyndale School and the attempted closure of the Moreton’s Adult Day Centre in previous years.

Councillor Bruce Berry said: “Only last week, the Director of Adult Social Services told me that he was working on a model to provide services to these most needy people and their families. Closure and demolition were never mentioned.

Councillor Chris Blakeley added: “The Town Hall appears to have no coherent strategy for supporting our most vulnerable residents – it seems to be a hot potch of…

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One thought on “Town Hall urged to ‘think again’ on closure of complex disabilities centre

  1. the person who came up with this idea should made to come forward and explain in full the reason, and what they intend to do with the £155,000 saving, thats if they are man or woman enough, lets see if they put the name on the vote slip.

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