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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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An innovative project which helps disadvantaged older black and ethnic minority people has received lottery funding of £337,000, enabling the project which is supported by housing associations Trust, Hanover and Bield to continue improving older people’s lives. The Older People Services Project w

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More than 40 children from a local choir sang in the season at a Kirkintilloch day care centre and retirement housing development. Bield’s Whitehill Court opened their doors to pupils from Merkland Primary and Secondary School just a week after the choir had performed at the Glasgow Royal Concert

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Tenants at a Bield Retirement Housing Development in Cumbernauld have worked hard with the community to ensure disadvantaged children across Europe can enjoy a Merry Christmas with something to unwrap. More than 50 hats were made while development manager, Elizabeth Fox, designed her very own puppet

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Tenants enjoy the 'bauble swap' Tenants at a Bield very sheltered housing development in Linlithgow welcomed family and friends as they created the ultimate early Christmas present - raising a whopping £800.

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Gerry O’Sullivan The retiring chair of Edinburgh based housing and care charity Bield believes anyone with a connection to the sector can benefit from making time to bond with care-users, family and staff as the industry faces tough challenges.

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The four staff members who completed the abseil Four daring staff members from a Linlithgow very sheltered housing development have taken a huge leap to raise a whopping £1,200 for charity.

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Housing and care provider Bield is looking for a volunteer befriender to support an older person who lives in Donaldson Court, a Very Sheltered Housing Development in Leith. Volunteer befrienders help service users who feel isolated or who are unable to get out very easily on their own by giving the

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A retirement housing development in Haddington is looking for a volunteer to provide valuable computing support for its tenants. Bield’s The Butts development is looking for a volunteer who will be involved in the popular ‘Silver Surfer’ project which helps tenants get to grips with modern tec

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A manager of Bield’s very sheltered housing development at Glebe Court, Cumnock has raised over £1,100 during her final coffee morning in an annual tradition that has been running since 1994. Elizabeth Wilson bids farewell to her current role after banking over £12,000 in total for Macmillan Can

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