Community impact

Community impact, Our Space Your Place

Craig Haslam  from David Wilson Homes and and Ron Rather from St Michaels Church in Preston, DWH have donated money to the church that has been used to refurbish a community hall attached to the main church

Preston church benefits from OSYP

Local housebuilder David Wilson Homes has donated £1000 towards repairing the community’s greatly treasured St. Michael’s Church hall in Preston. Long-term wear and tear to the roof caused a number […]

September 12, 2019 ×

Community impact, Our Space Your Place

Parkwood lawn tennis club IN Haslingden, Rossendale, LANCASHIRE, have had a donation from David Wilson Homes North West to buy new balls and rackets

Donation is game, set and match for Rossendale tennis club

David Wilson Homes has made a donation towards new kit to a local tennis club in Rossendale, Lancashire as part of the Our Space Your Place initiative

July 16, 2019 ×

Community impact

ROAD NAMED AFTER ALSAGER FAMILY

ROAD NAMED AFTER ALSAGER FAMILY

Planning Director Andrew Taylor, DWH site manager Martin Prendergast , Mrs Bennion and Mr Bennion Barratt and David Wilson Homes North West has honoured a local Alsager family, by naming […]

August 13, 2018 ×

Community impact

BEECHWOOD BARCA SCORE SPONSORSHIP WITH LEADING HOUSEBUILDER

BEECHWOOD BARCA SCORE SPONSORSHIP WITH LEADING HOUSEBUILDER

Leading home-builder David Wilson Homes North West has supported the Beechwood Barca Under 7s by sponsoring their new kit and buying new goals through its ‘Our Space Your Place’ community […]

April 20, 2018 ×

Community impact

BOY, 2, DIGS PATH TO CAREER IN HOUSEBUILDING

BOY, 2, DIGS PATH TO CAREER IN HOUSEBUILDING

A two-year-old boy from Runcorn who loves to watch the construction machinery in action at a Barratt Homes’ development in the town, has been given the chance to experience life […]

April 20, 2018 ×

Community impact

David Wilson Homes help Alsager Gardens Association buy a toilet and tool storage for their Percy James Close allotments in  Alsager

Pictured Keith Biggs 78 and James Griffith DWH marketing executive officially open the toilet block

BARRATT HOMES NORTH WEST HELPS ALSAGER GARDENS ASSOCIATION BLOSSOM

Barratt Homes North West has donated £500 towards raised flower, fruit and vegetable beds which will allow disabled access to Alsager Gardens Association in Stoke-on-Trent. The raised beds are being […]

March 20, 2018 ×