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Hollyoaks recently consulted BIRT for its new storyline which involves a character receiving an acquired brain injury after being shot in the head. The episode airs tonight at 7pm on Channel 4.
Thomas Edward Mitton House used donations from the Eyes Alight campaign to give service users some festive treats.
York House staff threw a special Christmas party for service users, funded by donations from our Eyes Alight Appeal.
On Sunday 11th of December, service users from BIRT centre Redford Court in Liverpool participated in a Carol singing and a Thanksgiving service at Liverpool’s St. Nicholas Parish Church.
Service users at BIRT centre 1101 Bristol Road recently enjoyed their end of year Christmas party with their local Headway community group.
Service users from The Woodmill had a visit from the local pantomime who came to perform Dick Wittington. Staff transformed an area of the centre into an auditorium and nearly 20 service users and staff gathered to watch the show.
Former Fen House service user Les, recently returned to the centre to present staff with an early Christmas present, a cheque for £2,250.
BIRT centre Chalkdown House in Swindon have been spending the donations they received through the Eyes Alight fundraising appeal on some magical Christmas experiences for their service users.
A Homebase store in Glasgow donated real 7ft Christmas tree to be enjoyed by service users at BIRT's Graham Anderson House and Eastfields.