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Harvest Fruits at MAECare

September 28, 2018

We are embracing the changing seasons at MAECare – with food! Thursday Club enjoyed sampling harvest fruits. Catherine and Petra, Student Dieticians, also served up delicious Butternut Squash soup as well as doing a challenging Hӕrfest (that’s Old English for Autumn) quiz; who knew that brewed ginger beer originated in Yorkshire? A Cake Stall raised […]

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Walk Leader Volunteer required

September 28, 2018

Are you interested in becoming a walk leader for MAECare’s “Social Strollers” walking group? If you have experience already or would like to learn more, there is a training session for Walk Leaders available via Leeds City Council running on Wednesday November 14th 9.30-4pm. Becoming a walk leader for MAECare would require a commitment to […]

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Kitty LaMare entertains…

September 21, 2018

The delightful Kitty LaMare provided entertainment to 50-60 older people over afternoon tea and cakes at the Treetops Community Centre during September. MAECare organised two events of vintage entertainment much to the delight of those present. Kitty sang songs from the 1940s from artists such as the Andrews Sisters, Ella Fitzgerald, Vera Lynn and many […]

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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 10 staff and we are managed by a board of trustees.