A day care centre in East Dunbartonshire has celebrated hitting double figures with a duo of birthday events.
Volunteers at a Bield development in West Dunbartonshire have been acknowledged for their hard work and dedication to improving the lives of older people in their area. Bield volunteers at Oakbank and The Croft took part in activities to celebrate Volunteers’ Week on Thursday.
A cycling initiative aimed at getting older people out and enjoying the fresh air has officially launched its second bike in Perth, thanks to the help of an 82-year-old Bield tenant.
A retirement housing development in the Scottish Borders has recognised the invaluable contribution of its volunteers as part of a nationwide celebration.
Older people at a retirement housing development in Buckhaven are narrowing the generational gap with the help of their local high school.
Retirement housing developments throughout Scotland are set to highlight the good work of caring locals as they celebrate Volunteers’ Week.
A high school pupil from Glasgow is proving that old is cool by donating her time to help elderly people at her local retirement development. Keira Archer, a 14-year-old pupil from Port Glasgow High School, chose to complete her work experience at Bield’s Crosshill Gardens due to her passion t
A group of Edinburgh retirees are set to take to the stage at one of the city’s major venues with the help of their local primary school. Tenants from Bield’s Brookwell Court have joined forces with pupils from St David’s Primary School to perform a string of songs, including one p
More than a century’s worth of wisdom and experience has been imparted to the friends and family of a Kirriemuir tenant who recently celebrated his 101st birthday. Pat Mills, who now lives at Bield’s Kirkton Court, has had a long and full life that reads like a work of fiction.
Tenants at a Glasgow retirement development are enjoying getting out and about in their local community thanks to vital improvements made by Glasgow City Council. Tenants and staff at Bield’s Carntyne Gardens raised concerns with the council over the number of taxis double-parking on the corne
Bield Housing & Care has been acknowledged by one of the country’s most prestigious property awards programmes. The housing provider’s shared ownership development in Lenzie has been shortlisted as a finalist for Age Exclusive Development of the Year in the Scottish Home Awards 2019.
A group of pupils from Glasgow have been helping to combat loneliness and isolation in their community by donating their time at a local retirement development. Third year students from St Andrew’s High School MCR Pathways Programme have been lending a hand at Bield’s Coxton Gardens as p
Tenants at a retirement housing development in Cumbernauld were treated to ‘an Easter to remember’ thanks to pupils from their local primary school. Bield’s Campsie Gardens welcomed children from neighbouring St Mary’s Primary School who surprised tenants with a rendition of
A couple from Milngavie are helping to transform the lives of older people in their area by proving how enjoyable life in retirement can be. Gina and Robert Howieson have been praised by their fellow tenants at Bield’s Oakburn Gardens for their positive attitudes towards socialising and stayin
School pupils are set to help transform the garden of a Glenrothes retirement housing development, turning it into a relaxing space for tenants, staff and visitors to enjoy. Primary seven pupils from Pitcoudie Primary School have reached out to Bield’s Inchkeith Court, offering to renovate the