Taylor Wimpey reunites family in Hampshire
Eager to live closer to their sons, David and Eileen Knights (both 73) decided to make the move from North Wales and start 2020 in the comfort of a Taylor Wimpey home located in the beautiful Hampshire village of Bramley.
Leaving their 1850’s listed property, the Knights’ home for the last 26 years, the couple decided to pack up and move to the Hampshire area and rent until they could find the ideal home that suited their lifestyle. David and Eileen decided to visit the Taylor Wimpey West London development, Bramley View, when passing through the village, there they came across the perfect home for them, the Langdale.
The contemporary internal layout of the detached four-bedroom home was what initially enticed the couple to purchase the Langdale. David said: “We were drawn to the large kitchen/dining area, the spacious lounge and separate dining room. The master bedroom with an en-suite was also a great attraction. We both enjoy craft work and so we have been able to dedicate two bedrooms for this, with a big spare bedroom for guests.”
Talking about the first impression of Bramley View, Eileen said: “We liked the fact that it was a relatively small development and found the design, layout and location were the best for us now and for the future."
“Bramley View has a lovely countryside feel which is exactly what we were looking for, having not lived in a village for many years. We wanted a house that was not too remote and had good services, connections and was close enough to our family.”
David added: “The local shop is a great attraction and the bakery is very nice, but naughty! The major shops are all in Basingstoke which is only a short distance to travel.”
Taylor Wimpey West London is proud to announce the winner of its community chest competition
Bramley School Association has been awarded £250 from Taylor Wimpey after being announced as one of the winners of the homebuilder’s community chest competition.
Residents from in and around Bramley were invited to vote for a local good cause to receive a helping hand from Taylor Wimpey, with Bramley School Association receiving the most nominations.
Bramley School Association is run by parents of children at Bramley Church of England Primary School. The aim is to have fun raising money for the school, whilst strengthening the links between the school itself, the children, parents and the community.
Commenting on the donation from Taylor Wimpey Midlands, Christine Delve at Bramley School Association, said: “We are incredibly grateful for the support of Taylor Wimpey and it was lovely to find out that we had received the most votes from the local community. We are always grateful for any extra funding we receive and Taylor Wimpey’s donation will go towards activities during science week, where the pupils will be doing different science experiments.”