Volunteers take centre stage at Selkirk

Tenants and staff at Selkirk's Bield sheltered housing development celebrated the important role of volunteers by dedicating a night to them.'Proceedings got under way with a welcome from development manager Elizabeth de Beat�.'This was followed by a quiz and ceremony in which local MSP John Lamont and Bield's director of asset management, Stuart Dow, presented certificates and flowers to the helpers.'The evening was rounded off with dancing, music and a vote of thanks from one of the development's oldest tenants ' 96-year-old Nichol Park.
Tenants and staff at Selkirk's Bield sheltered housing development celebrated the important role of volunteers by dedicating a night to them.'Proceedings got under way with a welcome from development manager Elizabeth de Beat�.'This was followed by a quiz and ceremony in which local MSP John Lamont and Bield's director of asset management, Stuart Dow, presented certificates and flowers to the helpers.'The evening was rounded off with dancing, music and a vote of thanks from one of the development's oldest tenants ' 96-year-old Nichol Park.

Tenants and staff at Selkirk’s Bield sheltered housing development celebrated the important role of volunteers by dedicating a night to them.

Proceedings got under way with a welcome from development manager Elizabeth de Beaté.

Tenants and staff at Selkirk's Bield sheltered housing development celebrated the important role of volunteers by dedicating a night to them.'Proceedings got under way with a welcome from development manager Elizabeth de Beat�.'This was followed by a quiz and ceremony in which local MSP John Lamont and Bield's director of asset management, Stuart Dow, presented certificates and flowers to the helpers.'The evening was rounded off with dancing, music and a vote of thanks from one of the development's oldest tenants ' 96-year-old Nichol Park.

Tenants and staff at Selkirk's Bield sheltered housing development celebrated the important role of volunteers by dedicating a night to them.'Proceedings got under way with a welcome from development manager Elizabeth de Beat�.'This was followed by a quiz and ceremony in which local MSP John Lamont and Bield's director of asset management, Stuart Dow, presented certificates and flowers to the helpers.'The evening was rounded off with dancing, music and a vote of thanks from one of the development's oldest tenants ' 96-year-old Nichol Park.

This was followed by a quiz and ceremony in which local MSP John Lamont and Bield’s director of asset management, Stuart Dow, presented certificates and flowers to the helpers.

The evening was rounded off with dancing, music and a vote of thanks from one of the development’s oldest tenants – 96-year-old Nichol Park.