Gavin Newlands, MP for Paisley and Renfrewshire North, has welcomed recently announced funding to Erskine to support their work in caring for people with dementia. Read more
Police have issued a warning to residents in the Renfrewshire area to be extra vigilant when discussing financial details to either cold callers to their homes or over the phone. Read more
Erskine Care Home wins highly commended award for ‘Food for Thought’ project
Staff from Haig House within The Erskine Home along with a team from University of the West of Scotland and NHS Ayrshire and Arran, are celebrating after winning a Highly Commended Award from the Mental Health Nursing Forum Scotland. Read more
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was stuck by a car in Bishopton and the driver failed to stop. Read more
Erskine Care Home revamp their uniforms
Eagle-eyed visitors to any Erskine Care Home might notice a recent change with care staff uniforms undergoing a revamp! Read more
Veterans’ Charity Erskine Appoints New Chairman
At the end of what has been an unforgettable Centenary year for veterans’ charity Erskine, Chairman, Andrew Robertson, will pass the mantle to his successor and fellow Trustee Robin Crawford. Read more
We Shall Remember Them: Scotland’s veterans’ charity remembers fallen comrades on Armistice Day
Erskine marked Armistice Day with a moving Service of Remembrance at their Glasgow, Edinburgh and Bishopton care homes. Read more
Lone Bagpiper At Loch Lomond Raises Money For Veterans
Visitors to Loch Lomond Shores this summer might have enjoyed the sounds of a lone bagpiper and put a pound in his collecting bucket. If so, your donation contributed to raising a fantastic £1,800 for Scotland’s veterans. Read more
Bishopton student wins Renfrewshire Young Coach of the Year award
A student from Bishopton has won an award that recognises her commitment and dedication to coaching young people throughout Renfrewshire and Dunbartonshire Read more
A century of caring for Veterans – Charity’s first patients were admitted 10th October 1916
The first wounded veterans admitted to the Princess Louise Scottish Hospital for Limbless Sailors and Soldiers did so one hundred years ago today on 10th October 1916. Read more