Bield Celebrates Meg’s 108th Birthday in Style
Friday, August 15th, 2014
on behalf of Bield Housing And Care
When we heard about one of Bield’s residents turning the grand age of 108, we decided to tell the world her story.
Meg Melvin, a Glasgow great-grandmother who was eight when the First World War broke out, is Scotland’s second oldest woman.
Born on 7 August 1906, Meg celebrated her birthday with a party and buffet organised by her carers at Bield’s Dundas Court in Glasgow, where she has lived for the past ten years.
After inviting media along to the event, Account Executive Melissa Clark went along on the day to facilitate media including STV Riverside Show, Clydebank Post and the Evening Times who all attended the celebrations and ran the story the following day.
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