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Templars Rise

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Templars Rise, located on the site of the former Temple School, in Strood, Kent, boasts a superb range of new two, three and four-bedroom homes to suit all tastes.

Please note our Sales Office is now closed, if you are an existing customer at this development, please call the Sales Executive on 01634 560669 for further information.

Brompton Farm Road - Strood - Kent - ME2 3NP

01634 560669

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    Templars Rise is located on the site of the former Temple School, off Brompton Farm Road in Strood, Kent.

    Driving Instructions:

    From the north, leave the A2 to pick up the A289, signposted Gillingham and Grain. Take the exit signposted Wainscott and Cliffe (B2000) and at the top of the slip road turn right, signposted Wainscott. At the mini-roundabout take the second exit signed Rochester and Strood (B2108) into Brompton Farm Road. The development is located on the left-hand side of the road.

    From the south, leave the M2 at Junction 1 to pick up the A289, signposted Gillingham and Grain and follow the route outlined above.

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    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.”

     

    We snap to it and support campaign to get kids walking

    We are encouraging families in Strood to pull on their walking shoes and leave the car at home for the journey to school this autumn and winter.

    To help keep youngsters safe on their walk to school, especially in the darker autumn and winter months, we have supplied 210 high-visibility snap bands to English Martyrs’ R.C. Primary School for its pupils to wear. The donation is part of a campaign that will see more than 13,000 snap bands provided to children across the country.

    Image 2  Taylor Wimpey  English Martyrs RC Primary School

    According to UK charity Living Streets, only 21% of boys and 16% of girls meet the current recommended daily level of exercise (60 minutes of physical activity).

    A generation ago, 70% 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.*

    Jason Stokes, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “We are delighted to be working in partnership with English Martyrs’ R.C. Primary School to help encourage families to leave the car at home and set off for school on foot instead.

    “Walking is a great habit for youngsters to get into early in life, so we hope our snap bands will add some fun to the journey to school, as well as keeping them safe on the way.”

    Clare Redmond, Headteacher at English Martyrs’ R.C. 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, which is safer for them too.

    “We are very grateful to Taylor Wimpey for this generous donation which will help raise the profile of walking to school among pupils and parents alike.”

    * Source: www.livingstreets.org.uk

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