04:01AM, Monday 05 May 2014
The future of Old Windsor Day Centre looks secure after 50 supporters turned up at last week's open day - many of them full of ideas for its future.
The centre in Straight Road only reopened its doors last June, three months after declining members caused a financial crisis and a temporary closure.
Age Concern Slough and Berkshire East took it over and in January it went from opening two days a week to three - Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Visitors to the open day on Wednesday took full advantage of the suggestions box and it is now hoped the centre can extend the number of days it opens and services it offers.
Lois Wheeler, executive assistant for Age Concern Slough and Berkshire East said: "Suggestion ranged from one day for dementia sufferers, to one for Sunday lunches followed by a film, or IT days."
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