Blog Archives
  • Mac House is looking for families past and present to help us with some research. We are running a focus group next Tuesday 11.30- 1.30pm here at Mac House. We are looking for families to take part and can provide
  • Our Tuesday night tea, which is a crucial part of the work we do here at Mac House. We were lucky yesterday to have a group of volunteers in from McDonald’s who did a great job of prepping the food and clearing
  • Next week, Thursday 23rd May is our very first Mac House Lip Sync battle and we are so excited! Tickets cost £10 and you will be entertained by Cher, Britney, Abba, The Spice Girls, The Greatest Showman and Frank ‘n’
  • We are grateful to Melanie Guiney for sharing her #MacHouse family story. Hearing the impact we have made on the lives of the families who have stayed with us is so important. “On 22nd October 2013 we were admitted to hospital in
  • A huge thanks to staff from Royal Bank of Scotland in Wavertree who collected lots of Easter eggs for the families who are staying with us. The Easter bunny will be giving them out at the weekend! Thanks also to
  • Come and join us for a night of lip synching fun at our Mac House Liv Sync event. Ten acts will dress up and perform as their favourite artist, and our audience vote on who they think is the worthy
  • Come and join us at our big quiz night on 15th March – great prizes and your dinner included! Teams of up to 10 people can enter, and tickets are just £10 each. Find our more information and book tickets
  • A wonderful story about the strength of little Theo Fry whose family have stayed with us many time at Mac House. Theo’s story is a huge testimony to the amazing surgeons at Alder Hey who work so hard to save
  • “I gave birth to Freya in August 2016. We knew before she was born that she had a heart condition and she was born at Liverpool Women’s Hospital. After she was born, we came back to the Isle of Man
  • “It took us four years to conceive our daughter, and when she was born she was she was very sick all of the time. We took her to the local hospital, in Blackpool, and they gave her medicine but she
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