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Festive Fun

January 10, 2020

We’ve had a busy and wonderfully festive December! It started with the MAECare Warblers entertaining residents at Yew Tree Court with a selection of favourite carols. This was followed by the Allerton High Christmas Party, an annual event organised by local High School pupils for 100 of our members. Hosted by the school, it included […]

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Trude Silman recognised for New Year’s Honours

December 30, 2019

We would like to say a huge congratulations to our member Trude Silman for a well deserved recognition in the New Year’s Honours Lists. Her tireless work for both the Holocaust Survivors Friendship Association and her recent collaboration and contribution to the Holocaust Exhibition and Learning Centre at Huddersfield University mean younger generations have the […]

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Annual Celebration

October 18, 2019

23 July 2019 Annual Celebration We were delighted once again that Alwoodley Methodist Church hosted our Annual Celebration on 23 July. Attended by over 90 people, it was a celebration of our members and their talents and creativity. The members of Creative Writing group read excerpts from their work and the Singing Group entertained us […]

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Latest Newsletter

Our newsletters help keep you in the loop with what is happening in the area as well as providing helpful advice, click the link below to view the latest newsletter or, alternatively you can click here to see our upcoming activities.

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Moor Allerton Elderly Care (MAECare) works with people over 60 in the Moor Allerton, Alwoodley, Shadwell and North Moortown area of Leeds.


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Look at our film of a typical day at MAECare

We support older people to be as independent as possible, to celebrate and have the best quality of life they possibly can.
We do this by putting on all sorts of activities right across our area to encourage people to get out and about and get involved in anything from creative writing to Zumba.
We also visit people in their own homes offering a friendly chat.
We are a small, local charity – our work wouldn’t be possible without our 120 wonderful volunteers.
We have 12 staff and we are managed by a board of trustees.