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Spinning Green at Crompton Village

£149,995 - £204,995

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Spinning Green at Crompton Village is a new development of just 160 three & four bedroom new homes in mews, semi-detached & detached styles.  Register your interest today for a brochure.

Please note we will be closed for the Christmas break from Friday 23rd December reopening on Monday 2nd January 2017.

Crompton Way - Bolton - Greater Manchester - BL1 8UQ

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Fri 11:00 to 14:30
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    Well-connected Bolton is between the beautiful, dramatic West Pennine Moors and the exciting northern capital of Manchester, but it’s also a handsome, historic town in its own right with – according to a recent survey – the friendliest people in Britain.

    Bolton’s shopping centres, markets, pubs, restaurants, theatres, museum and art gallery and leisure facilities are all easily accessible and attract people from miles around.
    Tourism has an important role in Bolton’s economy too, with visitor attractions including early 16th-century manor house Hall i' th' Wood, the even older Smithills Hall on the moors above Bolton and the unique Bolton Steam Museum.  Even Bolton’s magnificent town hall is Grade II listed.

    Schools include the independent Bolton School, founded in 1524, and a host of strong state schools including the dynamic Bolton Sixth Form College.

    From the M66

    Leave the M66 at junction 2, joining the A58 heading
    west towards Bolton. Follow the A58 for approximately
    6 miles, turning right at the traffic lights onto Crompton
    Way. Follow the road for approximately 1.5 miles and
    you will see Spinning Green on your left hand side.

    From the M61

    Leave the M61 at junction 6, joining the A6027 heading
    east towards Horwich & Bolton. Go straight over the
    first roundabout, and take the 2nd exit at the next
    roundabout, joining the A673 towards Bolton. Follow
    the road for approximately 1.6 miles, then turn left at
    the traffic lights joining the A58. Follow the road for
    approximately 3.8 miles, going through one roundabout,
    and you will see Spinning Green on your right hand side.

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    Homebuilder helps educate Bolton youngsters in site safety

     

    The pupils of St Pauls Church of England Primary School, in Bolton, laid down their books for the morning to learn all about health and safety, at Taylor Wimpey’s nearby Spinning Green development.  

    The school, which was keen to learn and encourage the importance of site safety, visited the development on Thursday 3rd November, for a fun-filled session delivered by the Taylor Wimpey team. 

    Paul Morgan, assistant head teacher at St Pauls CE Primary School, comments: “This has been such a fantastic activity for the children and we are so pleased at how much they all enjoyed and learnt from the experience.

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    “The site visit was a great way to teach the children about some important topics outside of a traditional classroom environment. The activities were interactive, enjoyable and, judging by the pupil’s faces, they all had a brilliant day out exploring the development!”

    This is the second time Taylor Wimpey has partnered with St Paul’s CE Primary School, following a donation of high-visibility wristbands in aid of Walk to School last month.

    Chloe Dunn, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey Manchester, explains: “It was a pleasure to welcome the pupils of St Pauls to Spinning Green to show them the importance of safety.

    “We firmly believe that children learn by experiencing new environments, and it was wonderful to see them get so involved with all the hands-on activities.” 

    Spinning Green is situated in the heart of Bolton, and currently features a range of three and four-bedroom homes, from just £176,995.

    Paul concludes: “On behalf of all of us at St Paul’s CE Primary School, I would like to thank Taylor Wimpey for helping with such an important lesson. 

    “The pupils had a fantastic time and we look forward to working with Taylor Wimpey again in the future.”

     

     

     

    Taylor Wimpey supports Walk to School Month 

    Taylor Wimpey is encouraging families in Bolton to put on their walking shoes and leave the car at home for the journey to school this autumn.

    The housebuilder is supporting Walk to School Month, and has donated 60 high-visibility wristbands to the pupils of St Paul’s Church of England Primary School, to help keep the youngsters safe on their journey. 

    The campaign takes place every October and asks parents to walk their children to school – with the aim of promoting healthier lifestyles and reducing the number of cars on the road. This year, the initiative will see more than 13,000 wristbands provided to children across the country.

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    Paul Morgan, assistant head teacher at of St Paul’s CE Primary School, says: “Children really do benefit from walking to school – not only is the exercise healthy for them, but it also helps reduce the amount of traffic outside school, making it much safer.” 

    According to Living Streets, the charity that organises the Walk to School campaign in the UK, only 21 per cent of boys and 16 per cent of girls meet the current recommended daily level of exercise, which is 60 minutes of physical activity. 
    A generation ago, 70 per cent of youngsters walked to school, but now it’s less than half – and during morning peak traffic times, one in five cars on the road are taking children to school, contributing to congestion, air pollution and carbon emissions.*

    Chloe Dunn, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey Manchester, comments: “We are proud to be supporting this great campaign for another year, and are delighted to be working in partnership with St Paul’s CE Primary School.

    “Walking is a great form of physical activity for youngsters to get into, and we hope our wristbands will add some fun to the journey, as well as keep them safe on the way.”

     

     Homebuilder helps Bolton youth charity with defibrillator donation

     

    Taylor Wimpey Manchester has nominated Bolton-based charity Harmony Youth Project to receive a defibrillator worth in excess of £900. 

    The local youth organisation, which is situated just a short distance from Taylor Wimpey’s Spinning Green development, focuses on supporting young people across the region with various activities and programmes, including in fashion, art, music, and sports. The homebuilder has partnered with national charity Hand on Heart to provide the defibrillator to Harmony Youth Project. 

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     Sales Executive with Project Manager Charlie Barratt

     Charlie Barrett, project manager at Harmony Youth Project, comments: “We were delighted when the team from Taylor Wimpey got in touch and told us that our charity had been chosen to receive a  defibrillator.

    “The Bolton community knows only too well how imperative a defibrillator can prove in saving somebody’s life, so we can’t thank the team from Taylor Wimpey enough for funding such an important  piece of equipment for us.”

     Harmony Youth Group is a registered charity and helps young people in a number of key areas, including building self-esteem, creativity and self-expression, breaking down barriers, and making new  friends, which in turn help lower the risk of involvement in anti-social behavior. 

     Victoria Burrows, Chief Executive at Hand on Heart, continues: “It’s great to have Taylor Wimpey’s support once again, and that the company is helping us to raise awareness on the importance of  making defibrillators widely available to youths up and down the country.”  

     Taylor Wimpey’s Spinning Green development is based on Crompton Way, and currently features a range of three and four-bedroom homes, from just £176,995. 

     Chloe Dunn, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey Manchester, explains: “The work that Harmony Youth Project does for disadvantaged children in Bolton is inspiring, so we were keen to    support with this donation. 

    “Increasing awareness on the importance of having defibrillators within all community organisations is incredibly important, and this is an initiative which is very close to our hearts.” 

     Hand on Heart is a national charity that has helped place in excess of 800 defibrillators in schools up and down the UK. In addition to placing the defibrillators, the charity has also helped train more    than 23,000 students and staff within schools on how to use this life-saving equipment.

      Charlie concludes: “We can’t thank Taylor Wimpey enough for the donation, it is very much appreciated.”

     

     

     December 2015 - 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

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    Teams4U collecting the shoe boxes from Winnington Village

    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 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.”

    November 2015 - Homebuilder sends Santa overseas

    Taylor Wimpey Manchester is thrilled to announce that it will be supporting Teams4U’s Christmas Shoe Box Appeal for 2015, by encouraging families in Greater Manchester to donate necessities to families in Eastern Europe this festive season.

     

    The Spinning Green development will act as shoe box drop-off points between the 16th and 20th November  this year - to enable families in the region to give something back to those less fortunate in time for Christmas.

    Ziz York, project co-ordinator at Teams4U, comments: “It’s amazing to have the support from a company as renowned as Taylor Wimpey, so we cannot thank the team enough.

    “We’re asking people to donate necessities such as toothbrushes, soap, hats and scarves, as well as a few nice-to-haves that many of us take for granted such as sweets, games, and toys. In addition to the children’s boxes, we have our ‘Mama Boxes’ – for these we’re asking for home essentials such as small saucepans, plastic utensils, cups and bowls.”

    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. The charity is also asking people to make a small donation of £2 per box they submit, which will cover the cost of transportation.
    Chloe Dunn, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey Manchester, explains: “The Christmas Shoe Box Appeal is an incredible initiative and one we’re only too happy to be supporting.
    “Our Greater Manchester-based developments will be open for drop-offs for the last two weeks of November, and we’re anticipating lots of locals to offer their support for this amazing and worthwhile cause.”

    The development is open Thursday to Monday, between 11am and 5pm. 

    Ziz concludes: “We would like to thank the team at Taylor Wimpey for this support, it truly is much appreciated. We’re confident that with this help, we will achieve our ambitious target to supply 25,000 boxes this year.”

     

    September 2015 - Developer helps build a bright future at Bolton Rugby Club 

    Taylor Wimpey Manchester is delighted to announce it will be sponsoring Bolton Rugby Union Football Club’s under-13s team for the forthcoming 2015/2016 season. The homebuilder, which recently launched its brand new Spinning Green development in the Lancashire town, has donated £500 to the under-13s team for brand-new match day kits. 

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    Andrew Rimmer, under-13s coach at Bolton Rugby Club, comments: “As you would expect, our junior teams can outgrow their kits quite quickly, which can be pretty expensive for the club so it’s great to have Taylor Wimpey’s support this season. They look brilliant and we’re very proud to be sponsored by such a strong national brand.”

    Bolton Rugby Club has 13 teams in its junior division, in addition to four teams in its senior division.

    Chloe Dunn, associate sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey Manchester, explains: “We opened the doors to our Spinning Green development only a few weeks ago, and as soon as we heard the team was in need, we jumped at the chance to help. The club plays a huge role in the local community and with so many teams to support, they clearly need a lot of kits. We’re very pleased to be on board and we’re glad the team love their kits.”

    Andrew concludes: “Contributions like this are what help our club continue to thrive. We’re looking forward to the next season and are very grateful to Taylor Wimpey for their support.”

    June 2015 - Developer supports local country park

    Lancashire-based Seven Acres Country Park has received a £500 donation from Taylor Wimpey Manchester, to help maintain its Kingfisher Trail.  Seven Acres, which is based in Bolton just a short distance from the Spinning Green development, heavily relies on volunteers and donations to help keep the nature reserve running.

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    Sales Executive Sam with Stephen Cartwright from Seven Acres

    Stephen Cartwright, industrial wildlife project officer at Seven Acres, explains: “The Kingfisher Trail is 13 miles long and popular with walkers. It is part of Seven Acres and was originally set up in the 1970s. The area was damaged during the Industrial Revolution and ever since, our aim has been to improve, promote, celebrate and engage people with this historical trail.”

     

    Seven Acres Country Park is home to a number of species including the deer, rabbits, peacock butterflies and kingfishers.

    Chloe Dunn, associate sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey Manchester, comments: “Seven Acres is a beautiful nature reserve and the Kingfisher Trail is a great historical path, so we’re keen to do everything we can to help protect and preserve it.

    “Our Spinning Green development neighbours the park so we understand how important it is to the local community.”

    Stephen concludes: “The donation will make a huge difference to the project and we cannot thank Taylor Wimpey enough for this support.”

     

     

     

     

    June 2016 - Developer helps build a bright future at Bolton Rugby Club 

    Taylor Wimpey Manchester is delighted to announce it will be sponsoring Bolton Rugby Union Football Club’s under-12s team for the forthcoming 2015/2016 season. The leading homebuilder, which recently launched its brand new Spinning Green development in the Lancashire town, has donated £500 to the under-12s team for brand-new match day kits. 

    Andrew Rimmer, under-12s coach at Bolton Rugby Club, comments: “As you would expect, our junior teams can outgrow their kits quite quickly, which can be pretty expensive for the club so it’s great to have Taylor Wimpey’s support this season. They look brilliant and we’re very proud to be sponsored by such a strong national brand.

    Bolton Rugby Club has 13 teams in its junior division, in addition to four teams in its senior division.

    Chloe Dunn, associate sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey Manchester, explains: “We opened the doors to our Spinning Green development only a few weeks ago, and as soon as we heard the team was in need, we jumped at the chance to help. The club plays a huge role in the local community and with so many teams to support, they clearly need a lot of kits. We’re very pleased to be on board and we’re glad the team love their kits.”

    Andrew concludes: “Contributions like this are what help our club continue to thrive. We’re looking forward to the next season and are very grateful to Taylor Wimpey for their support.”

     

     

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    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.

    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.

This development is managed by the Manchester Taylor Wimpey regional office