Three Chester firms have helped a Saltney centre celebrate 30 years of helping people cope with illness.
Storrar Cowdry Solicitors, Bonhams and Rathbone Investment Management held a champagne drinks party to celebrate 30 years of the Neuro Therapy Centre at Thornton Manor.
The Neuro Therapy Centre provides support and therapies to help manage the symptoms of a wide range of neurological conditions including MS Parkinson’s, MND and ME and at present is supporting 500 people across Cheshire the Wirral and North Wales.
Professional practitioners offer a tailored support of physiotherapy alongside a wide range of support services offering advice, treatments and social opportunities.
Darlene Storrar said: “We are thrilled that we have joined forces with Bonhams and Rathbones to celebrate 30 years of the centre.
“The Neuro Therapy Centre do splendid work, with their support people living with a long term neurological condition can receive a tailored fitness and exercise programme enhancing mobility.”
Over one hundred guests enjoyed stunning views of the sunset from the terrace at Thornton Manor, the former home of the Viscounts Leverhulme, by kind permission of Mr Philip Cowan.
Thornton Manor was purchased by William Hesketh Lever in 1893, although the original manor dates back to 1840.
Lord Leverhulme completely rebuilt it in 1896-1897 in the gothic revival style with Elizabethan facades. After the death of the last Lord Leverhulme in 2000 the house and its contents were sold. It is now looked after by a family trust.