Coopers Court

124 Eric Street, Bow, Greater London E3 4SW

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Situated in a bustling area of Bow, close to Mile End Park, Coopers Court provides apartments and communal facilities for over 55s.

Designed to offer comfort, independence and peace of mind, Coopers Court has everything you need to enjoy a happy, fulfilling retirement.

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The garden at Coopers Court
The dining area at Coopers Court Retirement Living
The hairdressers at Coopers Court Retirement Living
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Life at Coopers Court

At Coopers Court, you choose the lifestyle that suits you.

In the morning, a local shop can deliver your daily newspaper, and during the day we’ll give you a call to check you’re okay. After breakfast in your apartment, you might choose to meet friends in our communal lounge, or take part in one of our regular activities. At lunchtime, you have everything you need to prepare lunch for yourself, or for friends or family in your apartment.

If you fancy a change of scenery, Mile End Park is just a short walk away. The park has plenty to offer, including an Arts Pavilion, an Ecology Park and even an outdoor gym. Alternatively, you could catch the tube at Mile End station and head to central London for a spot of shopping.

In the afternoon, you could join us in the lounge for one of our regular social events, take part in an exercise class, enjoy art and craft session, or visit the hairdressing and beauty salon for some pampering. By evening you may want to take it easy after all the activity! If not, you can always join friends to watch TV, or for a chat, a game of cards or a mutual hobby.

The staff are great, they are all so kind and helpful. We really enjoyed the summer barbecue, when family members joined us.

Roderic Richardson and John Braniff, residents
Activities leader Jackie Croxford with Moreton Court resident Beth Thomas and David Faulkner

Activities and events

We hold regular social activities, offering you a chance to meet new people and be part of our friendly community.  We work closely with different partners and charitable organisations to deliver longer term projects. These have included improving communal spaces through art.  

At Coopers Court we have worked with Magic Me to produce an interactive art space which saw primary school children visit to create audio and photographic art with residents. Paintings with Hospitals partnered with Coopers Court to introduce 10 pieces of art from their collection. Chosen by residents, the paintings are on loan for two years and were selected through a series of workshops which sparked lots of memories, conversation and new friendships.

Our programme of organised events includes entertainers, visiting animals and coffee mornings. Themed events are also held throughout the year, such as a summer fete, Macmillan coffee morning and a Christmas fayre. Find out more about what's on.

Coopers Court front exterior

You’ll feel right at home in your apartment. It has everything you need and is unfurnished so you can make it your own. Features include:

  • Open plan lounge and kitchen
  • A double bedroom
  • Fitted kitchen with fridge freezer, oven and hob
  • Level-access shower room
  • Emergency alert system featuring intercom, pull cord and pendant alarms

Am I eligible?

To be eligible to live at Coopers Court, you must:

  • Be aged 55 or over, or have long-term care needs
  • Reside in, or have a family connection to, the local area
  • Have your care and support needs assessed and approved by Tower Hamlets Borough Council

We aim to offer a lively atmosphere and mixed community of people who have a range of care needs.

Coopers Court may not be suitable if you require a substantial amount of regular nursing care.

How do I apply?

  1. Contact us for an application form, or contact Tower Hamlets Borough Council’s adult social care team.
  2. We’ll arrange for you to visit and meet us.
  3. We’ll help you to complete a housing assessment and affordability form, as you may be eligible for financial assistance towards your rent and part of your service charge.
  4. While you’re here, we may assess if you would benefit from care and support services, and our care provider, Creative Support, may arrange to visit you at home to discuss your needs. For your care to be funded by Tower Hamlets Borough Council, you must have had your needs assessed and approved by the adult social care team.

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