Kenny Wilson performing a selection of Scottish songs Tenants at a Port Glasgow retirement development celebrated Burns’ Night in style with a fun filled day of dining, music and quizzes – all with a distinctly Scottish flavour.
Tenants at a Port Glasgow retirement development are set to celebrate Burns’ Night in style with a fun filled day of dining, music and quizzes – all with a distinctly Scottish flavour. Bield’s Crosshill Gardens will welcome tenants, staff, family and friends to enjoy a traditional Scottish buf
Housing and care provider Bield has proved that it’s never too late to learn something new by running language lessons for its tenants in a bid to prevent the early onset of dementia. Over 60s at Bield’s Coxton Gardens development in Glasgow, have been boosting their memory skills with weekly Sp
Public sector union Unison is calling on the Scottish Government to stop the closure of 12 care homes run by Bield Housing and Care. Bield outlined plans to withdraw from all registered care home provision in October last year as part of a new Business Strategy that it said “will secure its long-t
A day care centre in East Dunbartonshire ensured that people living with dementia didn’t miss out on the Christmas festivities over December, as it hosted its biggest dinner party to date. Staff at Oakburn Park Day Care in Milngavie, run by housing and care provider Bield, established a restaurant
Senior citizens in North Lanarkshire have been involved with a local college for this year’s ‘Operation Christmas Child’ - a shoebox appeal created by the Samaritan’s Purse to help disaster-stricken children around the world celebrate Christmas. Tenants at Bield’s Hillcrest Court in Cumber
Housing and care provider Bield made sure that no-one was left feeling lonely this Christmas with a number of events throughout its developments. Staff and tenants at the Castlebrae Glebe supported housing accommodation in Craigmillar organised a lonely scheme, which runs all year round and, this ye
Bill Glen with deputy manager of Carntyne Gardens Carol Harvey A 96-year-old Glaswegian has just published his first novel – which centres on a fight between South American drug barons.
Over-60s in Midlothian have been getting in full swing of this season’s celebrations as they’ve been belting out their favourite carols in a community concert after months of rehearsals. Tenants at Bield’s Whitehill Lodge Retirement housing in Dalkeith have been preparing for their Christmas r
Extra funding of a billion pounds over the next three years is needed to address the gap of funding that exists in social care in Scotland today, MSPs heard this week. Scottish Care told the Scottish Parliament’s health and sport committee inquiry into care home sustainability that care homes are
An 86-year-old from Glasgow, who is a tenant at Bield’s Loch Laidon Court development, recently remembered his fellow veterans on Remembrance Sunday in George Square. Private Andrew Glassford served in the 1st Battalion Black Watch in both Korea and Kenya between 1952 and 1954.
Tenants at a retirement housing development are to enjoy their garden space even more thanks to the donation of a wooden park bench from a local businessman. Shirley Queen, retirement housing manager at Bield’s Moorfoot Court in Bonnyrigg, Midlothian, was looking for fundraising suggestions from t
Brian Logan Bield Housing & Care has outlined some details from its new Business Strategy that will secure its long-term future and ensure it can continue to provide high quality housing and associated services for older people in Scotland.
Grant Hutchison (left) receiving his long service award from Bield chair Susan Napier Dedicated staff members have been honoured at Bield’s 2017 AGM for their service to the leading housing and care provider for Scotland’s older population.
Bield chief executive Brian Logan addresses the AGM Housing and care provider Bield has announced changes to its Board members following its latest Annual General Meeting (AGM).