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Cheshire visit to Haddington Park, a David Wilson Homes development in their village.
Pictured some of the children with site manager Ian Wilson

Reception pupils from Tarporley CE Primary School, Cheshire, became VIP visitors for the day at a brand new development of family homes, as part of a special school project on homes and housing.

The tour was hosted by local housebuilder, David Wilson Homes (DWH) North West, which is also sponsoring the school’s upcoming PTA Beer Festival.  Thirty pupils were welcomed to Haddington Park on Nantwich Road for a look around the show homes, as well as a chance to find out how new homes are built.  Site Manager, Ian Wilson, led the tour, answering all manner of construction related queries from the children along the way.

DWH North West has donated funds from its dedicated community giving initiative, Our Space, Your Place.  The housebuilder’s scheme offers support to community groups in the region through volunteering time or funding.

The 11th Tarporley Beer Festival at Tarporley Community Centre is being held on Friday 27th and Saturday 28th January 2017, with 28 local beers and ciders on offer, accompanying food and live music over both nights.

Funds raised from the Beer Festival will go to Tarporley CE Primary School,  and other local causes.

Andrew Taylor, Our Space, Your Place Project Coordinator and Planning Director at DWH North West, said: “We were delighted to help out with the project and show the pupils around our Haddington Park site, which is just a short walk from Tarporley Primary School.

“Our sponsorship of the Beer Festival is very much a part of our wider commitment to supporting the communities in which we build.  We are really looking forward to the event and are hoping it’s a huge success.”

Reception teacher, Emma Nicholls, said: “We really appreciate the support given by David Wilson Homes North West.  It was fantastic to meet the site manager and sales adviser at Haddington Park. Our pupils were given an excellent insight into how homes are built and decorated, which really helped bring our project to life.”

For more information or to buy tickets to the beer festival, please contact the Tarporley CE Primary School on 01244 981230.

DWH North West recently scooped a prestigious Five Star award by the National Home Builder’s Federation (NHF) for the seventh consecutive year – the only national housebuilder to achieve this accolade.

For further information on David Wilson Homes North West visit.  Applications can be made through its website: www.ourspaceyourplace.co.uk.

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