New Wellbeing Centre at ellenor Hospice takes shape with exciting aerial photos

Construction is well underway on the new wellbeing centre at ellenor Hospice, located on Coldharbour Road in Northfleet. Exciting drone images have been released, revealing the progress being made on the multi-million-pound project.

The latest aerial photos showcase the foundations and retaining wall of the new facility, which have been completed. The next phase of construction has begun, with the steel frame being put in place to support the two-storey building and connect it to the existing hospice facilities.

According to ellenor’s chief executive, Michelle Kabia, “We are thrilled to see the new Wellbeing Centre starting to take shape, marking a significant step forward in ellenor’s commitment to care.” She also expressed gratitude for the support of the community and the construction team from Barnes Construction.

The new Wellbeing Centre will feature upgraded counselling and play therapy rooms for children, as well as a spacious multipurpose area for therapeutic activities. It will also serve as an educational hub for health and social care professionals, providing specialized training in palliative and end-of-life care.

Construction on the new centre began last year with a ground-breaking ceremony in May, and the project is progressing steadily. The completion of the Wellbeing Centre will allow ellenor Hospice to provide even more support and care for patients, families, staff, and volunteers. It is a testament to the hospice’s commitment to meeting the growing need for quality hospice care in the local community.

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