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Shorncliffe Heights at St Martins Plain

£229,500 - £230,500

Final homes now released!

Shorncliffe Heights at St Martins Plain boasts a superb range of 3 and 4 bedroom houses to suit all tastes and needs.

Over 85% Sold! 

Please speak with one of our dedicated Sales Executives for further information.

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Please note our Sales Office at Horn Street has now closed and we have moved just up the road to our new Sales Centre just off Royal Military Avenue, Folkestone, CT20 3EF.

Horn Street - Folkestone - Kent - CT20 3JB

Opening times

Mon 10:00 to 17:00
Tue 10:00 to 17:00
Wed 10:00 to 17:00
Thu Closed
Fri 10:00 to 17:00
Sat 11:30 to 17:00
Sun 10:00 to 17:00
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      A three bedroom semi-detached home with two parking spaces and a private garden. This is an ideal home for a couple or growing family and includes an open plan living/dining area with double doors to the garden, front facing kitchen and three bedrooms and a family bathroom upstairs.

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      A three bedroom semi-detached home with parking space and a private garden. This is an ideal home for a couple or growing family and includes an open plan living/dining area with double doors to the garden, front facing kitchen and three bedrooms and a family bathroom upstairs.

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    Shorncliffe Heights located on the former MOD Shorncliffe Garrison Site in Shorncliffe, Folkestone in Kent.

    Driving directions to St Martins Plain:

    From Canterbury:

    Head South out of Canterbury by taking the Old Dover Road. Follow for 0.8 miles and turn right onto Nackington Road/B2068. After 12.7 miles take the first exit onto the M20 towards Folkestone/Dover. Follow for 3 miles and at Junction 12, take the exit onto the A20 toward Cheriton/Channel Tunnel. At the Cheriton interchange, take the third exit onto Cheriton Approach. Turn right onto the high street and then after 0.2 miles, turn left onto Horn Street.

    From Ashford:

    Head onto the M20 towards Folkestone/Dover. After 9.8 miles, take the junction 12 exit onto the A20 towards Cheriton/Channel Tunnel. At the Cheriton interchange, take the third exit onto Cheriton Approach. Turn right onto the high street and then after 0.2 miles, turn left onto Horn Street. After bridge turn right into Horn Street and the development will be on your right.

    Driving directions to Sales Office located off Royal Military Avenue, Shorncliffe:

    From Canterbury:

    Head South out of Canterbury by taking the Old Dover Road. Follow for 0.8 miles and turn right onto Nackington Road/B2068. After 12.7 miles take the first exit onto the M20 towards Folkestone/Dover. Follow for 3 miles and at Junction 12, take the exit onto the A20 toward Cheriton/Channel Tunnel. At the Cheriton interchange, take the third exit onto Cheriton Approach. Turn right onto the high street and then after 0.2 miles, turn left onto Horn Street. Bear left onto Church Road and continue past our Site Entrance located on the right. Take the next right onto Royal Military Avenue and the Sales Information Centre will be on your right.

    From Ashford:

    Head onto the M20 towards Folkestone/Dover. After 9.8 miles, take the junction 12 exit onto the A20 towards Cheriton/Channel Tunnel. At the Cheriton interchange, take the third exit onto Cheriton Approach. Turn right onto the high street and then after 0.2 miles, turn left onto Horn Street. Bear left onto Church Road and continue past our Site Entrance located on the right. Take the next right onto Royal Military Avenue and the Sales Information Centre will be on your right.

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     We lend a hand to the Folkestone and Ashford Military Show

    We recently donated £500 to help pay for the live music by the Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment (PWRR) Band at the Folkestone and Ashford Military Show.

    Taylor Wimpey - Folkestone and Ashford Military Festival

    The Kent (Marine) Cadet Force hosted the family-friendly three-day event – featuring battle re-enactments, military vehicles and live entertainment along with the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight – from 9-11th June at Sellindge Showground in Ashford to mark the 25th anniversary of the PWRR.

    The event also paid tribute to Les Birch, a former soldier in the PWRR who fought battles in Normandy and was a Prisoner of War in 10 different camps across Europe for five years, by raising £2,000 towards his memorial at Sellindge Showground.

    Andrew Dorrell, Event Manager for the Folkestone and Ashford Military Show and Instructor at the Kent (Marine) Cadet Force, says:I’d like to say a very big thank you to Taylor Wimpey for this generous contribution.

    “Without this donation we wouldn’t have been able to have enjoyed the superb Third Battalion PWRR Band playing at the Folkestone and Ashford Military Show.

    “The show was a wonderful celebration of the bravery of the PWRR and a tribute to soldiers like our friend Les Birch, who was a pillar of our community renowned for telling people stories from his incredible life in the military.”

    The Folkestone and Ashford Military Show is organised by the Kent (Marine) Cadet Forces, an independent group that educates children and young people aged 10-18 skills based on the Royal Marines, Royal Navy and British Army standards. The group is non-affiliated with the Ministry of Defence, Marines or Armed Forces, and is entirely self-funded.

    Andrew explains: “At the Kent (Marine) Cadet Force we have to do a lot of fundraising for our own equipment, uniforms and necessities.

    “Receiving sponsorship for the Folkestone and Ashford Military Show from organisations like Taylor Wimpey helps our group tremendously, as it provides our cadets with the chance to concentrate on improving their skills.”

    Jason Stokes, Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey South East, says: “The Folkestone and Ashford Military Show is a remarkable event, this year marking the 25th anniversary of the PWWR and providing an insight into military history which the whole community can enjoy, so we were only too pleased to lend our support.

    “We hope everyone had a wonderful day and that plenty of funds were raised for these fantastic causes.”

     

    Lynne goes the extra mile thanks to our donation!

    We donated £250 to Lynne Blinston (60), a resident at Shorncliffe Heights, who competed the London marathon in a bid to raise funds for Prostate Cancer UK.

    Lynne’s brother-in-law, Walter, was diagnosed with prostate cancer three years ago and was given between five and seven years to live.

    Taylor Wimpey - Lynne Blinston - London Marathon (3)

    “This was the main reason that I wanted to take part in the marathon,” explains Lynne. “Last year I was diagnosed with bladder cancer, although since then I have been given the all clear. Given my illness and Walt’s, I felt that this cause was very close to my heart.

    “I had been training whilst away in Central America, but after returning to the UK in March, I took ill, which has impeded my ability to go running.

    “However, I managed to get myself ready for the day and I’m really relieved that I managed to complete the full marathon.”

    Lynne finished the 26-mile and 385-yard route around the capital in a time of five hours and 29 minutes, cheered on by family, who travelled from across the country.

    “The crowds were absolutely brilliant and people really did an excellent job in encouraging me and willing me to keep going,” continues Lynne.

    “I hit the wall at about 19 miles and that’s when things got really tough and I thought I might not make it to the end. The last four miles were definitely the longest, but crossing the line at the end was just an incredible feeling and I was so emotional. I’ve decided I never want to do it again though!

    “I’d like to say a big thank you to Taylor Wimpey for all their support. This money has made a huge difference and I couldn’t be more grateful.”

    Jason Stokes, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “As a local housebuilder, we are committed to supporting the communities in which we build our new homes, so we were delighted to make this donation to Lynne to help her with her marathon attempt.

    “I’d like to congratulate her on completing the course in support of Prostate Cancer UK. People like Lynne are a shining example of the tremendous sense of community spirit present in the local area.”

    Since moving into her three-bedroom ‘Gosford’, Lynne has been enjoying the lifestyle opportunities on offer at Shorncliffe Heights.

    “I and my husband Len absolutely love it here,” she says. “Len works in the merchant navy and is often travelling overseas, so our proximity to the coast is really ideal for that. The neighbours are all lovely and the sales team were just great. All in all, I’m really happy with the house and the entire development.”

    Our Eggstravaganza campaign helped a children’s hospice in Sittingbourne!

    Taylor Wimpey- Easter Eggstravaganza

    We helped Demelza Hospice Care for Children in Sittingbourne to spread a little Easter cheer after donating 78 Easter eggs.

    The charity, which has two hospices – Demelza Kent in Sittingbourne and Demelza South East London in Eltham – offers expert one-to-one care to children up to the age of 19.

    The donation was all part of our national Eggstravaganza Campaign during which Taylor Wimpey employees donated Easter eggs to charities, homeless shelters and foodbanks across the UK.

    Emma Middleton, Head of Events at Demelza Hospice Care for Children, says: “We are very grateful to Taylor Wimpey for this kind donation.

    “It was great to be able to provide Easter eggs for the children and families we care for and they really appreciated the gesture.

    “We’re tried to collect as many eggs as possible from our supporters for a range of fun Easter activities which took place over the holiday period, and this donation was a fantastic contribution to that.”

    Jason Stokes, Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey South East, says: “As a considerate, responsible housebuilder we are committed to supporting the communities in which we build our new homes.

    “Demelza Hospice Care for Children does such a vital job within the local area and we were really pleased to be able to support it.

    “We hope our Easter gift helped to make everyone receiving care at the hospice, and their families, feel included in the festivities over the holiday weekend.”

     

     

    Our donation helps hospice charity for children

    Demelza Hospice Care for Children has received a donation from us to help provide vital care for seriously ill babies and children.

    We have donated £500 to the charity to help fund expert nurses and care assistants who support children with life‑limiting or life‑threatening conditions.

    Claire Ellis-Waghorn, Acting Director of Voluntary Income at Demelza, says: “As a charity, and not part of the NHS, we must raise over £10.5 million each year to continue providing care to families living in East Sussex, Kent and South East London. 

    Image 3 - Taylor Wimpey - Demelza Hospice

    “Taylor Wimpey’s kind gesture will ensure that Demelza can be there from the start, during day‑to‑day family life, times of crisis, and bereavement – not just for children and their parents, but for the wider family too. Every year we deliver this specialist care to hundreds of babies, children and young people.” 

    The charity has two hospices – Demelza Kent in Sittingbourne and Demelza SEL in Eltham – where children up to the age of 19 receive expert, one-to-one care. This includes respite and symptom management, as well as life-enhancing therapies and facilities such as a hydrotherapy pool and a soft play room.

    In East Sussex, the charity offers a hospice at home service, providing care and support in the comfort of a child’s own home.

    Claire adds: “Taylor Wimpey has previously donated some of their showhome furniture to one of our charity shops and approached us to offer further support. We’re extremely grateful as it helps validate the work the hospice does in caring for special children.”

    Jason Stokes, Regional Sales and Marketing Director, says: “We’re honoured to be able to help Demelza Hospice Care for Children and support this wonderful charity and the fantastic work it does.

    “It’s very important to us that we support the communities where we build our new homes, and helping the hospice to continue providing its services can make a difference to so many local children and their families.”

     

    Annual duck race and fun day went swimmingly following our donation

    The Britannia Inn in Hythe recently hosted its annual Duck Race and Fun Day, helped by a £500 donation from us.

    Our donation went towards funding the grand prize as well as some of the other prizes for the event’s raffle draw.

    Taylor Wimpey - Shorncliffe Heights - Britannia Inn Duck Race and Fun Day (2)

     

    Our Sales Executive Karen is pictured here with Nigel Cooper from the Britannia  Inn

     

    The lucky winner of the raffle received a cash prize of £250 and a selection of other prizes were also available at the fun-filled charity event which took place on Saturday 13th August.

    A fantastic range of family entertainment was laid on, including water stocks, a coconut shy, face painting, tombola’s, an all day barbecue, homemade cakes and plenty of other stalls, as well as the raffle and main event – the duck races.

    All proceeds raised on the day will be donated and split equally between the Pilgrims Hospice (a charity that has been providing end-of-life care and support for patients and their families across east Kent for more than 30 years) and Carers Support (a charity that provides personalised service and support to people who are carers for family members, partners or friends).

    Nigel Cooper, landlord at the Britannia Inn, says: “We love hosting this event every year as it brings the local community together and there are plenty of attractions for all the family.

    “The duck race’s are always a lot of fun and it’s great that we had a fantastic grand prize and other smaller cash prizes for the raffle draw – we’d like to say a big thank you to Taylor Wimpey for their donation.

    “The money raised at the event will be split equally between Carers Support and Pilgrims Hospice, both of whom do such important work that many of us in the community have benefited from, so this is our chance to give something back.”

    Jason Stokes, Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey South East, says: “The Britannia Inn Duck Race and Fun Day is a fabulous event for the whole community to enjoy so we were only too pleased to lend our support.

    “We hope everyone had a wonderful day and that plenty of funds were raised for the incredibly hard-working and worthwhile charities.”

     

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