Kingdom Housing Association stalwart Eleanor Fotheringham retires

Eleanor Fotheringham
Eleanor Fotheringham

Eleanor Fotheringham, director of resources at Kingdom Housing Association, retired last week after 28 years at the Association.

Eleanor started with Kingdom in its Cowdenbeath Office in 1988 as an office administrator and, among other things, has been instrumental in developing employee policies and procedures over the years —- helping to shape Kingdom into the organisation it is today.

When asked what words she would use to describe her time at Kingdom, Eleanor said it had been “wonderful, stressful, brilliant and emotional but very rewarding”.

Eleanor added: “I feel very proud to have been part of Kingdom Housing over the last 28 years and to have seen the difference that Kingdom can make to people’s lives, with the provision of quality housing and care services. Kingdom would not be as successful as it is today without the dedication and contribution from the Board members and staff who I have had the privilege to work with.”

Bill Banks, chief executive, said: “I have worked with Eleanor for many years and on behalf of all the Board members and staff at Kingdom I’d like to take the opportunity to wish Eleanor all the best for the future and thank for her all the excellent work and support she has provided to colleagues.”

Scottish Housing News joins her colleagues and friends at Kingdom in wishing Eleanor a lengthy and enjoyable retirement.

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