Due to circumstances beyond their control, the Trustees of Elizabeth House have had to delay the start of a programme of works to October 2017.
Cookham’s centre for seniors will now be closing its doors from 9 -27 October for the works to take place. This will minimise disruption to our members, renters and their customers.
Members will continue to enjoy companionship and a delicious two-course lunch at a temporary location – Cookham Dean Cricket Club – Mondays to Wednesdays only for three weeks. Volunteer drivers will drive them there and take them home, as usual.
Alternative arrangements have been made for our members to see podiatrist Derry Lock and hairdresser Carol Weatherly.
The programme of works at Elizabeth House includes replacing the lift, upgrading the central heating system, refurbishing the dayroom, stairwell and first floor corridor and installing audio visual equipment in the dayroom and dining room.
These works have been made possible in part thanks to bequests from Dorothy Stevens and Jack Tomlin and grants from The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, The Shanly Foundation and Louis Baylis (Maidenhead Advertiser) Charitable Trust.