Bield has supplied several of their developments across Scotland with various seed kits to get their gardens blooming this summer. Joining the UK’s biggest ever wild flower campaign, Grow Wild is an initiative run by Kew Royal Botanic Gardens and aims to reintroduce native flowers and bees in Scot
Tenants of a Bield retirement home in Livingston have partnered with local high school students to stay ‘up-to-the-minute’ with the latest technology. For the second year running, Sixth Form pupils at Deans Community High School have been teaching tenants of Bield’s Pentland View Court various
A tenant of Bield’s Craigengar Park retirement housing development in West Lothian has gone the extra mile by raising more than £2,000 in a charity walk for two local schools. John Thompson embarked on an 11 and a half mile walk from the Livingston development to Hearts’ Tynecastle Stadium in E
A new housing development in Bearsden is in the running for a top industry award before it has even opened. St Andrew’s View is a prestigious collection of 20 one and two-bed modern apartments, located on the site of the former St Andrew’s College in Bearsden.
John and Anne Kinsman A husband and wife at a Bield retirement housing development in Fife have been ensuring the safety of the coast and those at sea between Anstruther and Elie Ness by volunteering with their local Coastwatch.
Tenants of Bield’s retirement housing development in Penicuik have been hard at work knitting blankets for impoverished children and older people in Romania. When tenants of Baldwin Court heard of the efforts of their local church, St Mungo’s, to send blankets to the poor in Romania, a group of
Anne Stevenson, Gary Stone, Eddie Holmes, Renee Dorricott and Agnes McBride Tenants at Bield’s Glenview Court retirement housing development in Motherwell found their aim was true after organising a darts night featuring professional player Gary Stone to raise funds for future social events.
The knitting group at Clyde Court Tenants of Bield’s Clyde Court, a very sheltered housing development in Arbroath, have generously donated hand knitted blankets to a cat protection centre in the local area.
Housing and care provider Bield is highlighting the important role that volunteers can play in assisting older people to enjoy happy and fulfilled lives. With several developments in Dundee, Bield has launched an appeal to find friendly and enthusiastic volunteers to help out with a range of volunte
Care and housing provider Bield has appealed for volunteers to help at the Ochilview Court retirement housing development in West Lothian. The company is looking for volunteers to help with the development's weekly lunch club on Thursday afternoons, which sees tenants given the opportunity to chat a
A Day Care service run by Bield has been blown away by the generosity shown by a grateful daughter who left £10,000 in her will as a thanks for all the help it had given her mother over ten years ago. Danette McColl-Stobie left the substantial figure to Munro Court in Glasgow when she passed away t
Surprised tenants at a Bield retirement housing development in Edinburgh have been paid a visit by Vladimir Putin’s top diplomat in Scotland, armed with a prestigious war medal and a large bottle of Russian vodka – to award a long standing tenant. Alex Ramsay, 88, was part of the 1944 Arctic Con
Bield Housing and Care is looking for an enthusiastic volunteer to help support the social activities offered to tenants at St Andrews Court retirement development in Uphall, West Lothian. Lynn McCusker, manager at St Andrews Court, said: “The social activity programme was introduced in line with
Care and housing provider Bield is celebrating news that their 24 hour emergency alarm receiving centre - has received its 10th annual accreditation from a leading telecare body. The Telecare Services Association (TSA) has awarded Bield Response 24, also known as ‘BR24’, with the accreditation a
Tenants of a retirement housing development in Dunbar have been doing their bit for charity by donating gifts to underprivileged children in Malawi. The Southfield Court development, managed by care and housing provider Bield, began their charity work after hearing of ‘Mary’s Meals’, a charity