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Wheatley Group has today (20 June 2022) pledged to support Ukrainian refugees fleeing the Russian invasion by offering 300 available homes to local authorities across Scotland.
Some people of working age may be entitled to claim Universal Credit for the first time.
One of Scotland’s leading care groups has launched an exciting recruitment drive for caring and dedicated people who will go that extra mile to help the people they support.
Wheatley Group has helped tenants claw back over £11million in unclaimed benefits in the past year.
Are you looking for a new job? A career in care can change lives for the better. Find out why Sharon Fleming, Resourcing Advisor at Wheatley Group, loves her job – and you would too.
The latest single from award-winning music collective the ‘Ensemble’ has been released – and celebrates the confidence of the women of Glasgow.
Older tenants at a new Wheatley development in Glasgow are getting to know their neighbours thanks to some iconic photographs of their home city.
One of the first tenants to move into a new development in Glasgow, designed to help older people live independently for longer, says his dream home is “like a hotel”.
We are doing everything we can to provide as wide a range of services as we can during the new national lockdown introduced on 5 January, 2021.
Over 50 vulnerable men are to be offered new homes after a partnership enabled Lowther Homes, a subsidiary of Wheatley Group, to buy the Bellgrove Hotel, a private hostel in Glasgow’s East End.
Staff at Wheatley Care’s Fullarton Service in Glasgow have found new ways to make sure the people we work for felt festive this Burns Night.
The debut single from an award-winning music project from Wheatley Care is set to be released this week.
People we work for in a service in Glasgow have received a generous donation of toiletries.
Are you worried or have questions about Coronavirus? Expert help and advice from health care professionals and the Government is available.
A Loretto tenant was one of the stars of the show at the recent Enable AGM in Glasgow.
A supported tenant at a Loretto Care service in Grangemouth has started his own radio station.
Loretto Care’s music project ‘The Ensemble’ wowed judges at the prestigious Scottish Social Services Awards (SSSA).
Read Your News to find out what's been happening across Loretto Care.
Loretto Care staff at the Glasgow Flexible Homeless Outreach Support Service have set up their own foodbank to help people in need.
A project helping people improve their mental health is hitting all of the right notes.
People from Loretto got together to celebrate Christmas – and plans for a community garden.
TENANTS in Glasgow got a preview of new facilities to help older people live more independently.
Who has been horsing around with Shetland Ponies? Find out in the latest issue of Your News.
Loretto Care has become the latest member of the Wheatley family to achieve Investors in People’s top award.
A customer has told how meeting therapy ponies was a dream come true.
OUR Volunteer Plus partnership helped young people change their lives – and help others too.
A new training course can help tenants increase their skills, land a job – and make a difference to other people’s lives.
Writing songs, practising mindfulness and shadowing the boss are all in a day’s work for a group of housing and care staff.
The support Loretto Care provides for young homeless people has been hailed as 'exemplary' by inspectors.
Children from some of Scotland’s most disadvantaged communities are to get their first experience of the theatre, thanks to a new partnership.
They may not be Kenny Dalglish or Davie Cooper – but people are getting a real kick out of walking football.
A community garden is coming up roses, thanks to the efforts of a team of volunteers.
Wheatley Group is looking for 45 young people who like working outdoors to become its latest apprentices.
Glasgow Southside MSP Nicola Sturgeon has officially opened an innovative new learning centre designed to support people receiving care and support.
Falkirk school pupils blew the starting whistle on a project to help young people get fitter and healthier in the run-up to this summer’s Rio Olympics.
A team of Japanese health experts visited Loretto Care to learn about support for people with dementia.