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Limited resumption of outdoor visits to Parklands Care Homes

From 3 July, the Scottish Government will allow limited outdoor visits to care homes in Scotland. However, only one nominated visitor will be permitted to visit.

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Key worker print to feature in Covid time capsule

A former Buckie care worker now studying in Glasgow has paid a pictorial tribute to her former colleagues at Netherha.

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Peggy has a right Royal time as she turns 100

A Moray care home resident has celebrated her 100th birthday with a virtual party with loved ones.

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A window on lockdown

A Moray photographer has been capturing poignant images of residents and staff at three Buckie care homes during lockdown.

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Lola's run of success

A Portessie schoolgirl has raised more than £4000 for vulnerable kids, with support from Parklands.

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Hats off to Muriel

Lynemore resident Muriel MacLennan has been using the lockdown to knit for newborn babies at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness.

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Tain residents in 'good spirits' as new bar opens

Residents at Innis Mhor can now enjoy a pub meal in the comfort of their own home.

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COVID-19: 'Raise a cheer for our own key workers'

Parklands MD Ron Taylor pays tribute to care home and pharmacy key workers for the sacrifices they are making to support our vulnerable residents and the wider community.

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"Ray of sunshine" Hilda celebrates 100th birthday

A Buckie resident has celebrated her 100th birthday as over 100 friends and family - and Her Majesty The Queen - pay tribute to her.

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COVID-19: 'Now more than ever, our family and your family are one family'

Care home manager Ruth Smith with a message of thanks for residents, relatives and our key workers.

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COVID-19: A carer's perspective

What's it like working on the front line of the care sector in the midst of a global pandemic? We asked one of our care home managers to give her perspective.

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Statement from Parklands Care Homes: Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In line with expert health advice, Parklands has suspended all non-essential visits to its care homes with immediate effect.

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A snap in time

Parklands has appointed keen amatuer photgrapher Duncan Rennie as its 'photographer in residence.'

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Blog: New Year, New Start

In his first blog of 2020, MD Ron Taylor looks forward to a year of growth for Parklands.

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Go ahead for new Aberlour pharmacy

Aberlour is to get a new community pharmacy in 2020 after investment plans by Parklands were approved.

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Puppy power spreading joy at Grantown care home

Lynemore Care Home in Grantown has just taken on its latest recruit, a 19 week old puppy.

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Residents recall Moon landing memories

Residents at care homes in Moray have been remembering the historic Moon landing 50 years on.

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MD gives keynote address to Inverness Chamber

Parklands Managing Director Ron Taylor was the guest speaker at a business breakfast in Inverness today.

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Gender Pay Gap Reporting

As part of the new Gender Pay Gap Reporting Rules, we are required to post our policy.

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