Bield’s Efforts to Preserve Feelings of Companionship Amongst Residents Spreads Across Headlines
Monday, June 30th, 2014
on behalf of Bield Housing And Care
Doherty’s success with his range of preserves is owed to his grandmother with whom he enjoyed making jam with when he was young. Recognising a promising business opportunity, Fraser turned his hobby into a reality and became the founder of Superjam.
The incredible success of Doherty’s business enables him to come to Bield homes and host tea parties free of charge, allowing residents to indulge in an afternoon of socialising, scones with jam and live entertainment – All hosted by Doherty himself.
Doherty says of the Superjam tea parties: “I have fond memories of visiting Bield services as a little boy with my grandmother so it’s great to be able to go back and keep the tradition going.”
More information on Bield’s Superjam tea party can be found here.
This coverage was gained as part of a long running campaign with Bield.
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