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Sally Crow is a hit at Lower Wyke’s Scarecrow Festival

Service users from Cygnet Hospital Wyke's Anderson Ward, an acute service for women, were awarded a 'Highly Commended' rosette for their entry into this year's Scarecrow Festival in the local village of Lower Wyke. The award was for 'Sally Crow', one of two scarecrows the ward created for the festival.

Trees of Hope and Promises at Cygnet Alders Clinic

Cygnet Alders Clinic, a rehabilitation service in Gloucester for women with personality disorder and complex needs, has recently made some improvements to their ward environments with the addition of a Tree of Promises and a Tree of Hope.

Bronte Ward’s Recycling Project

Service users and staff on Cygnet Hospital Bierley’s Bronte Ward, a low secure service for women, have created their own Recycling Project to minimise the use of plastics on the service.

Cygnet St Augustine’s celebrates its 10th Birthday

On Wednesday 5th June guests, including friends, families, local community teams and special guest the Lord Mayor of Stoke-on-Trent, joined staff and service users in celebrating Cygnet St Augustine’s 10th Birthday.

The team at Cygnet Cedars

Cygnet Cedars awarded Outstanding in all five CQC KLOEs

We are delighted to announce that, following a CQC inspection on 20th March 2019, Cygnet Cedars have been awarded Outstanding in all five Key Lines of Enquiry (KLOEs) – Safe, Effective, Caring, Responsive, and Well-led.