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An East Ayrshire Very Sheltered Housing Development has helped spark interest in online after a generous donation enabled them to purchase iPads for all tenants to use. The £2,500 donation to Bield’s Warrick and Glebe Courts in Cumnock was made by a former tenant, Mr McGough, who had enjoyed his

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The 'Cyclepaths’ at the Caledonian Canal A cycling group from Aberdeen is set to tackle a 220 mile cycle from Inverness to Campbelltown to raise money for charity.

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A retirement housing development in Airdrie has held its seventh annual coffee morning raising an incredible combined total of £13,800 for Macmillan Cancer Support. Bield’s Inglefield Court has held coffee mornings for the past seven years, raising more every year, contributing towards funds for

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A 94 year old from East Lothian has reignited her childhood love of table tennis thanks to a generous grant awarded to Haddington Table Tennis Club by The People’s Projects. Joan James, aged 94, who lives at Bield’s The Butts retirement housing development in Haddington, has been enjoying the us

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Mince and tatties are a key component in a happy life an Alexandria woman has said as she celebrates turning 105. Elizabeth ‘Bessie’ Irving, a tenant at Bield’s Oakbank Retirement Housing development put her longevity down to the Scottish supper favourite accompanied by a cup of tea.

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Gurdev Singh Pall after the Ben Nievis climb in September A 66-year-old Glaswegian grandad has topped Scotland’s highest peak to complete a trio of events that saw him scale 2,430 metres and run 10,000 metres - raising £1,425 in the process.

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A monthly bistro at a very sheltered housing development in East Lothian has celebrated its first birthday after raising a phenomenal £4,500 in its inaugural year. Preston Pantry was set up at Bield’s Johnny Moat Place to give tenants, their friends and families, the chance to enjoy a restaurant

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People living with dementia in Kirkintilloch will continue to have the opportunity to dine out in familiar surroundings, after a much-loved local meal service secured new funding. Staff at Bield’s Whitehill Court Day Care set up ‘Mary’s Kitchen’ where carers and people who use the service ca

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AcDhOw1Ieg8&feature=youtu.be A Glenrothes care home has seen investment in a dementia friendly garden take shape as they get ready for planting in the spring.

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(from left) Alex McDonald, Henry Horton, Audrey Hunter, Betty , Mary Riddell, Vera Walker and Emily McLean An East Ayrshire very sheltered housing development has given tenants the opportunity to step back in time by brewing up a refreshing retro treat for their tenants.

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Three of Scotland’s largest housing associations have joined together to urge the Scottish Government to find a long-term solution on how to fund supported housing to better meet the challenge of an ageing population and help with better integration of health and social care services across the co

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Turnbull Court A £200,000 investment will see a Berwickshire retirement housing development boost the independence of tenants and improve accessibility.

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A Bo’ness care home had a Burns Night to remember as they hosted an evening of fine dining, music and quizzes – all with a distinctly Scottish flavour. Bield’s Woodlands care home, on Kinneil Drive, celebrated the birth of the Ploughman Poet, with an evening of crafts and sing-a-longs, topped

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