Bield

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An Edinburgh housing development operated by Bield has been awarded iPads to keep elderly customers connected with loved ones throughout the pandemic, thanks to a Scottish Government initiative. Castlebrae Glebe received 12 iPads from Connecting Scotland which is a project established in response to

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Bield has unveiled a new initiative to celebrate its community for their acts of kindness. The housing and care provider has launched a platform to recognise individuals going above and beyond in the community, naming the award - ‘You are one of a Kind’.

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A pensioner who turns 100 this month has revealed having a sense of humour and a slice of coffee walnut cake everyday is the secret to longevity. Eleanor Petrie, who resides at Bield’s Dean Court in Bo’ness, has begun reminiscing on her life experiences ahead of the big day - with no reg

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Bield has received COVID-19 testing kits from the Scottish Government which will provide results within 30 minutes. The housing and care provider has been sent Lateral Flow Testing (LFT) kits to all of its manned developments across the country in its bid to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

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A local Bield retirement manager with three decades of experience has hailed the importance of community spirit as an integral part of the development. Beginning her career at just 17, Rachael England (Rae) has been working within the housing sector in the area since 1982 and joined Bield in 1991.

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Lesley Holdsworth, chair of Bield board, adds her congratulations to Scottish Housing News on our 20th anniversary year. “Scottish Housing News has given the sector a platform to advocate the important work and efforts ongoing within the social housing sector - something that we here at Bield

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An innovative pilot project is being launched in two Scottish areas that aims to help older people live independent lives and to better engage with groups and services in their communities. The collaborative initiative is led by the Scottish Government's Technology Enabled Care Programme and involve

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A Rothesay woman has played a vital part in providing housing services to individuals in the local community for over a decade and highlights why the community is the best part about the job. Isle and Bute local, Louise Connor, took up the role of development manager at Bield’s Rothesay Court

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Bield has appointed a new head of development and business growth who will drive its strategic objectives to create new opportunities for development. With more than nine years of experience in the housing sector, Elizabeth Peacock has taken up the role at a critical time for the housing provider, a

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An Isle of Bute native has played a major part in providing vital housing services to individuals in the community throughout the pandemic. Debbie Stewart spent 38 years at The Glenburn Hotel before switching career path to join Bield five-months-ago and is now responsible for running housing d

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