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Cherry Tree Park

£188,995 - £352,995

Sales Information Centre NOW OPEN! Three and four bedroom showhomes Opening Saturday 17th November. Cherry Tree Park  is a fabulous new development of 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes, ideally located in the leafy Cheshire town of Shavington.

3 & 4 Bedroom Show Homes opening Saturday 17th November! 

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Crewe Road - East Shavington - Shavington - Cheshire - CW2 5JB

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    Armistice commemorated with donation from homebuilder

    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.”

    Members of the Ashton Royal British Legion Assignment From left Daniel Quinn Chris Moulton and Scott

    Members of the Royal British Legion Assignment

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Nursery blooms thanks to Taylor Wimpey's donation

    Roundabouts Day Nursery, in Shavington, is getting a garden revamp, thanks to Taylor Wimpey Manchester.

    The nursery, which turns three years old this year, has been given £500 by the homebuilder, which will be used to build higher fencing and a new gate, to ensure the safety of the children, as well as to provide more plants and outdoor covering.

    Sarah Latham, from the nursery comments: “We have so many ideas for our garden area and this generous donation will help put them into action, so we are very excited.

    “It’s so important to make sure our children can spend time outdoors and this will make a huge difference.”

    Chloe Dunn, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey Manchester, adds: “Schools and nurseries need constant refurbishment and we are only too happy to help the lovely team at Roundabouts as they give their garden a new look. 

    “We are building very close by, with our brand-new Cherry Tree Park development and we think it is very important to support the local community and build long-lasting ties, so this is hopefully the start of an ongoing relationship.”

    Sarah concludes: “These monies mean we can continue providing the very best care and facilities for the children, which of course is our main priority. Many of these children live locally, so it is great to be working so closely with Taylor Wimpey - and we look forward to sharing the results of their generous donation.”

    Cherry Tree Park is a brand new development on Crewe Road, close to the centre of Shavington. The sales centre, which has recently, showcases the range homes that will be on offer in this popular town. Prices will start from just £188,995 and Taylor Wimpey will soon open the doors to its three- and four-bedroom showhomes.   

     
    Roundabouts Day Nursery in Shavington is getting a garden revamp thanks to Taylor Wimpey Manchester

    Roundabouts Day Nursery in Shavington is getting a garden revamp thanks to Taylor Wimpey 

     

    Pupils from Shavington Primary School are helping Taylor Wimpey Manchester celebrate the launch of its inaugural children’s story with a special colouring competition.

    The book, entitled ‘How We Build Your Home’ follows the homebuilder’s mascots, Milly Mortar and Handy Andy, in an informative, engaging way with important messages about how to stay safe around construction sites.

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    Sales Executive Bryony with the three colouring competition winners.

    Winners were gifted with book vouchers to further incentivise the love of reading.

    Wendy Bloor, Key Stage one coordinator at Shavington Primary School, which is located near to Taylor Wimpey’s Cherry Tree Park development, commented: “This was a lovely idea by Taylor Wimpey – all the children were delighted to take part in the competition.

    “Our winners were thrilled with their vouchers and all the children have enjoyed reading their copy of ‘How We Build Your Home’, which is such a great way of explaining a complex topic for children. I’d like to think it’s inspired quite a few to look at construction as a possible future career path!”

    More than 3,000 books have been gifted to children up and down the country to mark the book’s launch. 

    Chloe Dunn, Sales and Marketing director for Taylor Wimpey Manchester, adds: “The launch of the book was a great opportunity to celebrate reading and, as part of our commitment to giving back to the communities in which we build, it was our pleasure to work with Shavington Primary School.

    “We recognise how valuable it is for young children to enjoy reading and hope ‘How We Build Your Home’ will become a firm favourite with the kids.

    “As well as explaining how new homes in the area are built, the book presents some important health and safety messages about how to stay safe around building sites.”

    Shavington Club kicks off World Cup plans with donation from homebuilder

    March 2018

    In preparation for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, Shavington Social Club is upgrading its projector, thanks to a donation from leading homebuilder Taylor Wimpey Manchester.

    The club, which is located just a short distance from Taylor Wimpey’s Cherry Tree Park development, hosts a range of events such as race nights and sports evenings.

    Thanks to this donation they’ll be able to show the 2018 FIFA World Cup matches on the big screen for everyone to enjoy.

    Carole Sherratt, club secretary at Shavington Social Club, comments: “Our club is such a big part of the community and when we heard that Taylor Wimpey were beginning to build in the area we were keen to nurture a relationship with them and get them involved in local activities.

    “We cannot thank them enough for this donation. The new projector is something that will be enjoyed by everyone whether that’s to watch the World Cup or the royal wedding, the projector will be put to good use!”

    Cherry Tree Park, which recently launched its sales office, has a variety of three- to five-bedroom home available which house hunters can choose to purchase through the Government-backed Help to Buy scheme, meaning eligible house hunters need just a five per cent deposit to secure their dream home.

    Chloe Dunn, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey Manchester, comments: “Shavington is an area that has a real focus on community and from the offset we were keen to get involved with different partners and to give something back.

    “Shavington Social Club is very much the heart of this community and we’re thrilled to be working with them to provide something that everyone can benefit from.”


    Homebuilder inspires next generation in construction with new book

    February 2018

    Pupils from Shavington Primary School are helping Taylor Wimpey Manchester celebrate the launch of its inaugural children’s story with a special colouring competition.

    The book, entitled ‘How We Build Your Home’ follows the homebuilder’s mascots, Milly Mortar and Handy Andy, in an informative, engaging way with important messages about how to stay safe around construction sites.

    Winners were gifted with book vouchers to further incentivise the love of reading.

    Wendy Bloor, Key Stage one coordinator at Shavington Primary School, which is located near to Taylor Wimpey’s Cherry Tree Park development, commented: “This was a lovely idea by Taylor Wimpey – all the children were delighted to take part in the competition.

    “Our winners were thrilled with their vouchers and all the children have enjoyed reading their copy of ‘How We Build Your Home’, which is such a great way of explaining a complex topic for children. I’d like to think it’s inspired quite a few to look at construction as a possible future career path!”

    More than 3,000 books have been gifted to children up and down the country to mark the book’s launch.

    Chloe Dunn, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey Manchester, adds: “The launch of the book was a great opportunity to celebrate reading and, as part of our commitment to giving back to the communities in which we build, it was our pleasure to work with Shavington Primary School.

    “We recognise how valuable it is for young children to enjoy reading and hope ‘How We Build Your Home’ will become a firm favourite with the kids.

    “As well as explaining how new homes in the area are built, the book presents some important health and safety messages about how to stay safe around building sites.”

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    Help to Buy

    The Government backed Help to Buy scheme is available here. The scheme is open to both first time buyers and home movers alike, and means you'll need just 5% deposit to buy a new home.

    With Help to Buy, the Government will lend you up to 20% of the value of your new build home via an equity loan. You will need to secure up to a 75% mortgage and put down a 5% deposit. You’ll own 100% of your home from day one.

    Help to Buy is also available in conjunction with our easymover scheme, which means we could help you sell your existing home and pay your estate agent fees. Find out more about how the Help to Buy scheme works.

    Easymover

    Easymover is available here, which means you could reserve a new Taylor Wimpey home at this development - even if you haven't sold your existing property.

    And that's not all. With easymover, we'll make your house move as stress free as possible. We'll liaise with your estate agent on your behalf, we'll pay their fees and we'll manage the whole house selling process - making your life so much easier! Take a look at our easymover page for more information.

    Terms and conditions apply to the Easymover scheme.

This development is managed by the Manchester Taylor Wimpey regional office