Homebuilder, Taylor Wimpey Manchester, is commemorating Armistice Day this year, by making a £2,000 donation to Royal British Legions across Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Cheshire.
A contribution of £500 was made to the Nantwich-based Royal British Legion divisions with a further £1,500 being donated across the region, to support the 2018 Poppy Appeal in the run up to the remembrance period.
Alan Whitmore, community fundraising manager North West, for the Royal British Legion, comments: “This year marks the centenary of WWI, which serves as a timely reminder to reflect and be thankful for all the things this generation has sacrificed for us.
“We’re very grateful to Taylor Wimpey for this generous donation, as it will make a huge difference to those that we support, including current members of the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force as well as veterans and families of fallen soldiers.”
The year’s Poppy Appeal involves several art installations across the UK, with one in Preston at Deepdale Stadium and Remembrance Day parades being held nationally on 11th November.
Chloe Dunn, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey Manchester, comments: “It’s so important for us to support the communities that we build in and being able to give back to such a great cause, especially at this poignant time of year, is a wonderful thing.
“Being involved with the Royal British Legions during their period of remembrance has really encouraged us, and those who live at our developments, to reflect on the sacrifices that were made whether that’s during recent conflicts or the first and second world war and be thankful for those who laid down their lives.
“All the fallen soldiers will be in our hearts and minds during this period of remembrance and we hope this donation will go a small way to helping those affected.”
Rugby Club on the move thanks to donation from homebuilder!
Sandbach RUFC has scored a £500 donation from Taylor Wimpey Manchester, which will be used towards additional pitch side fencing on their multiple pitches.
The club, which was formed in 1936, consists of four divisions, including senior, junior and girl’s, with the first team playing in the semi-professional Midlands Premier League.
Phil Bell, chairman of Sandbach RUFC, comments: “Our teams have worked really hard to compete in this league, training up to three times a week. We’re currently sixth after winning 14 games and we have one more away game left this season. This generous donation from Taylor Wimpey will make a big difference to all our age groups.
“I know both of the developments in the areas fairly well and often walk past Bramley Wood on the way to pick my grandchildren up from school.
“It’s great to see as company such a Taylor Wimpey giving back to the communities it builds and we’d just like to say thank you!”
Both Bramley Wood and Albion Lock have a range of homes still available to purchase with financial schemes, such as Help to Buy and EasyMover, available at both developments.
Chloe Dunn, Sales and Marketing director for Taylor Wimpey Manchester, comments: “Having two developments in Sandbach we know what a strong community it is and were keen to get involved with local initiatives from the offset.
“Team sports, such as rugby are a great way to keep people healthy and active, while instilling discipline and the importance of team work. We’re always more than happy to help such wonderful causes and wish the club all the best with the rest of the season.”
Christmas lands in Sanbach
Albion Lock have been getting into the Christmas spirit and welcomed customers, in Sandbach, to join an afternoon of festive celebrations at its Albion Lock development.
Pupils from Elworth Church of England Primary School, decorated a 10ft Christmas tree with their own handcrafted baubles at the development, just in time for the event, and Sandbach Young Voices Choir performed a variety of Christmas classics, whilst guests enjoyed mince pies and mulled wine throughout the afternoon.
* Pupils of Elworth primary showing off their handmade baubles*
Mrs Buckley, early years’ coordinator at Elworth C of E Primary School, comments: “The children are so excited for Christmas and absolutely loved using all the glitter pens and trimmings to decorate their baubles.”
Chloe Dunn, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey Manchester, explains: “This time of year is a lot of fun for us, as we get to decorate Albion Lock and celebrate Christmas with all of our lovely residents.
“It’s also a great opportunity for us to showcase the desirable lifestyle on offer at this stunning development, and for the whole community to come together to celebrate this wonderful time of year.”
Chloe concludes: “On behalf of all of us at Taylor Wimpey, we would like to say a huge thank you to the pupils of Elworth C of E Primary School, as well as Sandbach Young Voices Choir for all of their help
Sandbach Falcons score donation from Taylor Wimpey
Taylor Wimpey Manchester, is thrilled to announce that it will be sponsoring Sandbach Falcons Football Club’s under nines team for the 2016/2017 season.
Thanks to a cash boost of £425, the team has purchased brand-new training tops for the forthcoming season.
Darren Roberts, manager of the under nines team at Sandbach Falcons, comments: “As you can imagine, running a football club can be incredibly expensive, so it’s fantastic that we’ve received this support from Taylor Wimpey.
“The children can’t wait get back to training thanks to the new tops, and hopefully they’ll bring us a bit of luck this season.”
Sales Exec Jen with the team
Sandbach Falcons Football Club was established in 2004 and now has over 40 teams of boys and girls, ranging from five years old, right up to senior. The club is located just minutes from Taylor Wimpey’s new Albion Lock development.
The popular development currently features a variety of three and four-bedroom homes, from just £182,995.
Chloe Dunn, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey Manchester, explains: “Sandbach Falcons holds a special place in the community here, so we jumped at the chance to assist the club with the training tops.
“The new tops look great and we wish the club the best of luck for the coming season.”
Darren concludes: “I would like to thank Taylor Wimpey for the donation on behalf of the whole club, we really are extremely grateful and look forward to welcoming both players and fans from the new development.”
Elworth Cricket Club bowled over by homebuilder’s donation
Taylor Wimpey Manchester is thrilled to announce that it will be sponsoring Sandbach-based Elworth Cricket Club’s under nines team, for the second consecutive season. The club, which is located close to the homebuilder’s Albion Lock development, has received a donation of £300 in order to purchase new shirts for the forthcoming season. David Buckley, Chairman at Elworth Cricket Club, comments: “We’re delighted to be continuing our partnership with Taylor Wimpey for another year.“Being such a short distance from the Albion Lock development, it’s great to see that they are so keen to support local community organisations like ourselves.”
Sales Exec with Elworth under 9's team.
Elworth Cricket Club is based on London Road and has five teams in its junior division, ranging from under nines right up to under 18s.
Chloe Dunn, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey Manchester, adds: “The club is an integral part of the local community in Sandbach and cricket is a fantastic way for children to keep active, so we are pleased to be supporting the team for another year.
“The club has also played an important part in the development of Albion Lock itself, as all of our streets have in fact been named after former players and members.
When complete, Albion Lock will boast over 370 homes. The popular development features an extensive range of three and four-bedroom properties, from just £160,995.
David concludes: “I would just like to thank Taylor Wimpey for the continued support. Hopefully, with the new shirts, the upcoming season will bring plenty of wins for the team.”
Sandbach show homes wow weekend visitors
Taylor Wimpey welcomed prospective buyers to the launch of three new show homes at its Albion Lock development, in Sandbach, this weekend.
Members from Elworth Cricket Club were also in attendance and helped to show visitors around the streets of the development, many of which had been which had been named in honour of former players and staff from the club.
Albion Lock showhomes officially launched by Elworth Cricket Club
Chloe Dunn, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey Manchester, comments: “The show home launch weekend was a great success. We were pleased to welcome Elworth Cricket Club back to the development to help us celebrate the launch of our brand new Alton-G, Aldenham, and Eynsham show homes. The finished properties look absolutely stunning and really demonstrate the variety of properties on offer at the development. We got some fantastic feedback from visitors on the day and received many enquiries from interested buyers too.”
The new show homes at Albion Lock include the three-bedroom Alton-G townhouse, the detached Aldenham home and the four-bedroom Eynsham, which features a spacious lounge, a fitted kitchen with breakfast area, a separate dining room, and a detached garage.
Chloe concludes: “With Help to Buy and Easymover schemes available on homes at Albion Lock, it is now easier for prospective buyers to purchase on the development than ever before. I would advise those considering a move to Albion Lock to get in touch as soon as possible, to have a look around our brand new show homes and learn more about the financial support we can provide to help with their next step on the property ladder.”
Great success for shoe box appeal
Taylor Wimpey Manchester, is reporting that its Christmas Shoe Box Appeal, in conjunction with Teams4U, was an outstanding success.
The homebuilder, which hosted drop off points for the appeal between the 16th and 30th November at a number of its developments across the region, collected an incredible 89 boxes over the period.
Ziz York, project co-ordinator at Teams4U, comments: “The response we have had from the Taylor Wimpey partnership has been amazing and we’re extremely grateful that the team opened their developments as drop off points for us. The initiative is in aid of helping those less fortunate over the festive period, and to provide various types of boxes for every member of the family, which include necessities such as toothbrushes, soap, hats and scarves, as well as a few nice-to-haves, such as toys and sweets.”
This year is the Christmas Shoe Box Appeal’s 25th anniversary, so Teams4U is set to provide 25,000 boxes to vulnerable families across Eastern Europe.
Chloe Dunn, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey Manchester, explains: “This is the first year that we have been a part of the Christmas Shoe Box Appeal and the response has
Teams4U collecting the shoe boxes from Winnington Village
been fantastic, so we’re already considering it again for next year. As soon as we announced that we were participating in the initiative this year, many of our customers as well as members of the Taylor Wimpey team quickly jumped at the chance to put forward boxes.”
Taylor Wimpey’s participating developments included, Booth Hall in Blackley, Kings Grange in Audenshaw, Pennine Gate in Rochdale, Spinning Green in Bolton, The Heath at Hampton Wood in Hazel Grove, Winnington Village in Northwich, Bramley Wood in Sandbach, Ribble Meadows in Clitheroe, Dale Moor View in Rossendale, Oakwood Meadows in Shevington, and Pennington Wharf in Leigh.
Ziz concludes: “I would like to thank Taylor Wimpey once again for this support, the boxes have been instrumental in helping us to achieve our target of 25,000 boxes.”