On Wednesday 29th May The Johnson Foundation hosted a Charity Lunch raising money for Clatterbridge Cancer Centre at Thyme in Oxton Village. Clatterbridge do amazing work for our community and we are lucky to have the facilities on our doorstep and we were delighted to support this very worthy organisation.   This lovely event raised a

Great Wirral Conversation

Wednesday 8th May 2019 saw The Johnson Foundation host the fourth Great Wirral Conversation in partnership with Young Chamber and Age UK Wirral.  Fifteen Year 8 pupils from Oldershaw Academy were delighted to be invited to take part. The intergenerational topic of conversation was Is the world a better place now or when you were our

Great Wirral Conversation

Wednesday 20th March saw The Johnson Foundation host the third Great Wirral Conversation in partnership with Young Chamber and Age UK Wirral. 12 year 8 girls from Birkenhead High School Academy, along with their teacher Mr Austin, joined a group of retired ladies to talk about achievement and how it can be measured. The girls wrote

Children’s Christmas Party

Involve Northwest work with families affected by Domestic Abuse and wanted to help the families that they support have the best Christmas ever and hold an extravaganza of a party! Working with families who have experienced domestic abuse, but crucially the work they do with the children helping them move forward in their journey of

Great Wirral Conversation

Wednesday 28th November saw The Johnson Foundation host the second Great Wirral Conversation in partnership with Young Chamber and Age UK Wirral. This time round we welcomed a group of year 8 students from Birkenhead High School Academy along with a group of ladies from Age UK Wirral. The inter-generational topic of conversation this time

Afternoon Tea

Thursday 8th November saw Birkenhead Town Hall come alive with music and song at an emotional Afternoon Tea to commemorate the end of WW1 and to remember the sacrifices made by all of those with military connections in Birkenhead. The event, which was attended by over 75 older members of our local community was a