Actors, a footballer and Scotland's national clinical director have all helped Bield celebrate its 50th anniversary.
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
A child from Forth Valley with a passion for creative art has designed a new logo for Bield to use throughout its anniversary celebration.
A woman from East Ayrshire who has played a part in providing housing services to individuals in the local community for over a decade has shared the inside scoop on running a retirement development. Karen Murray from Muirkirk completed a degree in Textiles, Fashion Design and Management from H
Pensioners at a housing development in West Lothian have pulled together to help members of the local community who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Staff and customers at Dean Court retirement development in Bo’ness have been collecting food, toiletries and personal hygiene produc
Bield is calling on art-loving members of the public to get creative to help celebrate its golden anniversary after 50 years in the business. Individuals are being encouraged to put pen to paper to help design a new logo for the housing provider, which operates in 21 locations across the country.
An apprentice has benefited from a new contractual clause between a maintenance company and Bield Housing and Care to create apprenticeship opportunities. 17-year-old Marcus Mackenzie secured an apprenticeship at Rodgers & Johnston Ltd (R&J Ltd) after the firm agreed a new Community Ben
A pensioner suffering from Arthritis has raised £160 for a local hospice and spread festive cheer by making and selling miniature Christmas trees. Janet McCallum has raised funds for Strathcarron Hospice who helped treat her husband Duncan while he suffered from cancer.
Two young highland dancers were left amazed after the lead singer of their favourite band surprised them during a performance at an Argyll and Bute housing development. Seven-year-old Lilly Davies and 10-year-old friend Lois Cook from Dunoon were surprised by the lead singer of Highland folk band Sk
A Bield housing development in North Lanarkshire is encouraging the local community to get behind a kindness initiative to bring messages of hope to vulnerable and elderly customers during the festive period. Campsie Gardens, a retirement development managed by Bield Housing and Care in Cumbernauld,
Long-term friends were able to relocate in the midst of the COVID-19 lockdown thanks to the help of Bield. Stella Coe and her friend Anne moved to the housing provider’s Fairbairn Court in Greenlaw, after viewing the property solely via WhatsApp.
Bield has launched a forward-thinking platform to help staff with challenges enhanced by the COVID-19 pandemic and a separate platform dedicated to showcasing acts of kindness. The Wall of Kindness and the Health & Well-being Hub have been launched in a bid to celebrate the acts of kindness ongo
Bield’s board of management chair Dr Lesley Holdsworth, who is a key figure in advancing the digital capability of health professionals in Scotland, has been recognised in the Queen’s 2020 Birthday Honours list. Dr Holdsworth, who trained as a physiotherapist and is now the Scottish
Three university students have been commended for their support after working at housing provider Bield during the pandemic. The teenagers from Linlithgow joined Bield Housing and Care taking on care assistant roles over the aummer providing personal care, social support and domestic assistance
Bield Housing and Care is pledging its support to this year’s Scottish Housing Day celebration which highlights the difference social housing makes in communities across the country. The housing provider believes it is important to focus on the value of social housing as good quality homes can