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A little to the south, Pike de Bield provides an intimate view of the upper Esk.
Within Bield one survey showed that half of those tenants who moved on to further care from sheltered housing did so wholly or primarily for mental health reasons.
Above Buckbarrow are the minor tops of Glade How and Cat Bield, leading onto the great south west shoulder.
Another gallery at THE BIELD, Little Langdale, was lost during alterations.
Ascents from the base of Deer Bield Crag or via Codale Tarn are also possible, although pathless.
Ye lie on your wame a bittie in the bield of this wood, and ye tell me that ye've cuist off these Frasers and Macgregors.
The Bield (a northern English dialect word for house), a 17th-century farmhouse, was home to the Brazilian sculptress Josefina de Vasconcellos for much of her life.
For since that wife had gate or gear, Or hearth or garth or bield, She willed her sons to the white harvest, And that is a bitter yield.
Another study (Altschul et al, Bield Housing Association Occasional paper No 2) investigated the factors underlying admissions of tenants from sheltered housing into long stay hospital, nursing or residential care.
A recent survey,(Williamson and Farquhar, Bield Housing Association Occasional Paper No 1) has examined the prevalence of mental and physical disability in a sample of sheltered housing tenants.
No sooner said than done; nor was I long under the bield of a hillock before she appeared at the inn door, looked here and there, and (seeing nobody) set out by a path that led directly seaward, and by which I followed her.
This was, I think, because the soil all round was so softened and converted into cloggy mud by the habit of keeping the cattle within the gates in bad weather, when their high stone dykes served as a bield for the protection of the cattle.
Abune Hangin' Shaw, in the bield o' the Black Hill, there's a bit enclosed grund wi' an iron yett; and it seems, in the auld days, that was the kirkyaird o' Ba'weary, and consecrated by the Papists before the blessed licht shone upon the kingdom.