Bield has secured an additional £30,000 of annual rent following a recent open day at one of its developments. After an impressive five flats were let following an open day at Almondell Court in Broxburn, Bield is now opening its doors at Carron Court development in Bathgate.
Bield's Meadow Apartments development in Lenzie has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Inside Housing Development Awards 2019.
Staff at Bield have been recognised for their contribution to the organisation. Together, the staff can boast almost 500 combined years of service.
Bield has highlighted its continued focused to bring innovative changes to housing and care services to underline its commitment to improving the lives of Scotland's older people. Speaking at its 48th AGM, chair of Bield Susan Napier said it was right that Bield continued to be an organisation that
Bield's Turnbull Court in Duns is hosting a musical memories group, run by Alzheimer Scotland and the SBC Local Area Co-ordination Service, where tenants and local residents alike can listen to their favourite songs from days gone by.
Bield Housing & Care has pledged its support to this year's Scottish Housing Day with a theme of 'Housing as a Human Right'. Scottish Housing Day is an annual celebration which aims to bring the housing sector together to mark the positive impact that good quality homes can make across Scotland.
Bield has completed the formation of its new-look leadership team as it looks to position the organisation as Scotland’s leading provider of housing, care and support for older people. The appointments have created a revised structure of directors and heads of service who will deliver Bield&rs
A pensioner from Glasgow has been reflecting on years gone by after celebrating a milestone birthday earlier this month. Jean Revie, a tenant at Bield’s Carntyne Gardens, began reminiscing on her life experiences ahead of the big day - with no regrets about how she’s spent her 103 years.
A psychology graduate from Bannockburn has spent his summer volunteering as the bingo caller at a Bield care home in Stirlingshire. 21-year-old Sam Conway spends his time at a Bield's Strathallan Court care home calling the numbers and afterwards chatting to residents over tea and cake.
Bield, Housing and Care has chosen its successor to chief executive Brian Logan. Dr Lynne Douglas will take the reins after Mr Logan stepped down following nine years in the role to take up a new challenge as chief executive of Capability Scotland.
Older people in Stirlingshire have been tackling loneliness and dementia through the power of sport.
A close-knit group of tenants from Port Glasgow have been helping to improve the lives of older people in their community by putting their stitching skills to good use. Tenants from Bield’s Crosshill Gardens have been creating a selection of knitted and crocheted blankets for hospital boxes pr
Tenants in Cumnock have been getting into the party spirit to mark the 25th anniversary of their retirement development. Bield’s Glebe Court kicked off its birthday celebrations with an afternoon tea and BBQ on July 13 to honour the quarter of a century milestone.
An 84-year-old West Lothian man is proving that being funny really can help raise money by releasing a charity joke book. Bill Townley, who lives at Bield’s Brae Court in Linlithgow, has decided to put his wit to good use by writing ‘You Can’t Beat a Good Laugh’ in aid of Che
Bield has appointed an interim chief executive as it continues the recruitment process for the full-time position. The housing and support services provider has promoted Charlie Dickson to take over the role on temporary basis after the former stepped down following nine years in the role.