Redrow fund to benefit 10 Tattenhall community groups
SEVERAL community groups in Tattenhall are celebrating after Redrow Homes announced the successful applicants to its community fund.
Redrow set up the community fund of £5,000 at the end of the summer and invited local causes to apply for a proportion of the funds.
After a fantastic response, the housebuilder has chosen the causes they would like to support and is linking up with 10 local community groups.
The beneficiaries, and how they will be spending the funds, are:
- 2nd Tattenhall Rainbows – items for engineering challenge
- Tattenhall Bowling Club – contribution to outdoor boards and path
- Tattenhall Tennis Club – new benches and gazebo
- Tattenhall Heritage Trail – funding of new leaflet
- Tattenhall Bridge Club – funding of advertising campaign to attract new members
- Tattenhall Junior FC – new tops
- Tattenhall Community Association – catering supplies
- Tattenhall Park Primary Out of School Club – new table games
- Tattenhall Park Primary School Council – planters and raised beds
- Tattenhall Cricket Club – new caps and shirts
Redrow is currently building a collection of beautiful three, four and five-bedroom homes at Meadow Brook in Tattenhall following the success of its Chestnut Grange venture in the village.
Jason Newton, sales director for Redrow Homes (NW), said: “We were thrilled by the reaction to the community fund and the variety of causes and ideas that came forward. It was incredibly hard to make a decision as to who we should support but 10 causes were chosen and we can’t wait to see the impact the donations make on the local community.”
Louise Gibson, who applied on behalf of the Rainbows group who, along with the funds for their engineering badges, will also be treated to a special visit to Redrow’s site, said: “We’re really grateful for the funds and time Redrow has donated to our group, it will make a huge difference and will hopefully spark an interest in engineering, science or construction. The girls in the group range from five to seven years old and we are always trying to find unusual and new experiences so they are very lucky to be able to get this opportunity from Redrow. They are really excited about seeing the badge put into action and learning how science and engineering can be used in housebuilding.”
For more information about the homes Redrow is building in Tattenhall go to www.redrow.co.uk/meadowbrook
Redrow was established in 1974. Today, it is one of the most successful and acclaimed property developers in the UK, building over 5,400 premium quality family homes a year in prime locations across England and Wales. Over Redrow’s history spanning more than 40 years, it has earned a unique reputation for quality and building beautiful homes, which people love to live in. To help achieve this it also focusses on two other key areas: valuing people and creating outstanding locations. Implementing its strategy whilst engaging with colleagues and stakeholders helps Redrow deliver significant value to investors and the wider community. Redrow is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 index. For the year ended 30th June 2017, the Group reported record revenues of £1.65 billion. Redrow has been awarded the ‘Best Large Housebuilder’ title twice in the last three years at the What House? Awards. This year, Redrow was named as a UK Top 100 Apprenticeship Employer for the fourth consecutive year. Visit redrow.co.uk for more details.