Brothers reach new heights to keep in touch with their dad

Mark and Quentin Stevens hired a forklift to wave to dad Tony at Urray House in Muir of Ord.

Brothers reach new heights to keep in touch with their dad

With care homes on lockdown, two brothers have found a novel way to connect with their father.

Mark and Quentin Stevens hired a forklift to wave to dad Tony at the window of his first-floor bedroom at Urray House in Muir of Ord.

Family: The brothers hired a forklift.

Sarah MacCallum, manager of Urray House in the Highlands, said: “We were a bit surprised when Mark and Quentin arrived outside with a forklift. 

“We didn’t know they were planning this surprise for their dad. It was a little cheeky of them but we were all delighted.

“It was quite an ingenious idea but we won’t be encouraging other relatives to follow their example.”