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Oakwood Meadows

£194,995 - £279,995

Situated in the countryside town of Shevington, Oakwood Meadows is a new development of 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes making it ideal for couples and families alike. It offers all the peace and quiet of the countryside with excellent local amenities as well as providing excellent commuter links.

Vicarage Lane - Shevington - Lancashire - WN6 8HP

Opening times

Mon 11:00 to 17:00
Tue Closed
Wed Closed
Thu 11:00 to 17:00
Fri 11:00 to 17:00
Sat 11:00 to 17:00
Sun 11:00 to 17:00

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    From the M6 Northbound:
    Leave the M6 at junction 26, the M58 exit to Skelmersdale/Liverpool/Southport.  At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto A577.
    At the next roundabout, take the 1st exit staying on the A577 and then turn left onto Orrell Road (A577). 
    At the junction in Orrell turn right onto Gathurst Road (B5206) and continue along for just over 2 miles.
    After a sharp right turn take your next right onto Vicarage Lane, continue along the road and you will see Oakwood Meadows on your right hand side.

    From the M6 Southbound:
    Leave the M6 at junction 27 and take the A5209 exit to Wigan/Parbold.  At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Crow Orchard Road (A5209). 
    Continue on this road through Shevington itself, after approximately 1.5 miles turn left onto Vicarage Lane, continue along the road and you will see Oakwood Meadows on your right hand side.

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  • December 2014 - Winning donation for Wigan charity


    Sales Exec Allison with My Life representatives

    Wigan-based charitable organisation My Life has invested in brand-new audio equipment, a cooking system and samba drums; thanks to a £500 donation from property developer Taylor Wimpey.  My Life, which is based just a short distance from the homebuilder’s Oakwood Meadows development in Shevington, has purchased the equipment for its laughter dome; just in time for the winter months when a number of samba sessions are scheduled to take place.

    Caroline Tomlinson, CEO at My Life comments: “We had been looking to upgrade our laughter dome for some time; and now, thanks to Taylor Wimpey’s generous donation, we finally can. We work with hundreds of people, of all ages, across the whole of the North West; so this support will really go a long way and means a lot to so many people.”

    My Life is a not-for-profit organisation which supports people with disabilities, those who suffer from mental health problems as well as and the elderly.


    My life laughter dome

    Chloe Dunn, head of sales at Taylor Wimpey Manchester explains: “My Life is an extraordinary organisation and does some amazing work throughout the community. The laughter dome in particular is a lovely concept so we jumped at the chance to help upgrade the area for people to enjoy.”

    Caroline concludes: “Taylor Wimpey’s help has been invaluable, so I would like to take this opportunity to thank them on behalf of everybody from My Life.”



    October 2014 - Taylor Wimpey Manchester partners Wigan school on Walk to School month 

    Taylor Wimpey Manchester is urging Wigan’s parents to leave the car at home and walk their children to school in a bid


    Walk to School Month

    to get fit this autumn. Keeping fit is an extremely important part of growing up and walking to school is one of the easiest ways for families to increase their levels of physical activity. As part of Walk to School Month, which runs throughout October, Taylor Wimpey has provided 100 high-visibility wrist bands to Millbrook Primary School in order to encourage pupils to walk to school – and help keep them safe on the journey.

    Chloe Dunn, regional head of sales for Taylor Wimpey comments: “Learning how to take care of your health from a young age is imperative and just a small amount of physical activity, like walking to school, can make such a huge difference. We are committed to supporting the communities where we build our new homes, which is why we have donated 100 wrist bands to Millbrook Primary School.

    Walk to School Month is an annual nationwide campaign to promote the benefits of walking to school, therefore resulting in healthier young people and less traffic on the roads.


    Millbrook Primary School Children

    Gill Smith, reception teacher at Millbrook Primary School explains: “We encourage the children to walk to school to promote a healthier lifestyle; in addition to reducing traffic outside the school.  We are very grateful to Taylor Wimpey for this generous donation which will help raise the profile of Walk to School Month amongst pupils and parents alike.”

    Millbrook Primary School is based on Elmfield in Wigan – just a short distance from Taylor Wimpey’s Oakwood Meadows development.  Chloe concludes: “We understand that family life can be busy, but we hope our contribution will help inspire families in Wigan to swap the car for a safe, fun stroll to school instead.”



    July 2014 - Taylor Wimpey donates blooming great bench 

    After an illustrious win at the North West in Bloom competition in 2013, Shevington has upped the stakes for its national Britain in Bloom entry, with help from home-builder Taylor Wimpey. 

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    Shevington in Bloom donated bench

    The developer supported Shevington in last year’s North West competition by donating a £600 flowerbed; and for this year’s national entry they have offered a further £1450 to cover the cost of a new bench. Keen to have Shevington named ‘Best Town’ in the UK, Margaret Carter of Shevington in Bloom comments: “Our gold win at last year’s competition was an incredible achievement and we’re so excited to be showcasing Shevington on a national level. To have Taylor Wimpey once again step up and support the community has made all the difference.” The developer’s Oakwood Meadows home scheme on Vicarage Lane will actually be a visiting spot for the Britain in Bloom judges. Chloe Dunn, head of sales for Taylor Wimpey Manchester comments: “Oakwood Meadows is really taking shape in the heart of Shevington, so we were more than happy to continue supporting this fantastic local organisation.”

    March 2014 - Children’s story is brought to life at Taylor Wimpey’s Oakwood Meadows

    Youngsters from Millbrook Primary School dressed as their favourite book characters for a special storytime event at Taylor Wimpey’s Oakwood Meadows development in Shevington, to mark World Book Day. The children were entertained with a

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    Sales Excutives Dawn & Claire with children from Millbrook
    Primary School.

    reading of The Gruffalo by Oakwood Meadows Sales Executive Dawn in the development’s show home. The special story-telling event was held on Thursday 6th March to celebrate World Book Day, a nationwide event which aims to encourage children to enjoy reading.  

    Chloe Dunn, Head of Sales for Taylor Wimpey Manchester, says: “This event was a fantastic opportunity to get children excited about books and reading, and it was lovely to see the youngsters listening so intently during our storytime. Many of them had made a real effort with their book character costumes and I hope the mums and dads will be inspired to keep reading to their children at bedtime to encourage them to enjoy books into young adulthood and beyond.”

    March 2014 - Taylor Wimpey Manchester is still on-board with Orrell RUFC

    For the second year running, Wigan-based Orrell RUFC Under 12s have found sponsors in local home-builder Taylor Wimpey. The developer is currently building high-quality new homes at the Oakwood Meadows development in Shevington, and is keen to once again show its support to the local community.


    Sales Executive Dawn & Orrell Juniors U12 Team

    Speaking of the donation, team coach Neil Bradley said: We already have some fantastic shirts for the boys thanks to Taylor Wimpey’s generosity last year, and for the next season, we really needed some new socks and shorts.  Given how accommodating they previously were, I didn’t think twice about approaching Taylor Wimpey again and they got straight on-board.”

    Anthony Mansfield, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey commented: “We were delighted Orrell RUFC got in touch to see if we could help out again, particularly as we have residents involved with the team.  We are wholly committed to working closely with the communities in which we build and they are something of a local treasure.” 

    Team coach Neil concluded: “Support from local people and businesses is paramount and we are overwhelmed that Taylor Wimpey have been so eager to help out.  Here’s hoping we play as sharp as we now look.”

    February 2014 - Millbrook’s mini builders

    Reception students at Millbrook Primary School swapped pencils for hard hats as part of an enlightening lesson at Taylor Wimpey’s Oakwood Meadows development in Shevington.


    Sales Exec Dawn & Millbrook Primary School Children

    The school, which neighbours the house-builder’s thriving site, was keen to visit and learn about how new homes are built, the different designs and what a house looks like before occupants move in.

    Gill Smith reception teacher at Millbrook Primary School describes how insightful the excursion was for the children. “Visiting the Oakwood Meadows development was a fantastic way to stimulate learning in an exciting out of school environment. We were able to show the children different housing designs while teaching them about the construction of homes which they loved. The children took in a great deal of information so we are really grateful to the experts at Taylor Wimpey who took time out of their busy days to get involved.”

    Anthony Mansfield, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey Manchester said the visit was a fantastic opportunity for the children to learn more about buildings and construction.


    Millbrook Primary School

    “Taylor Wimpey is always keen to partner with local schools on educational initiatives. We firmly believe that children learn by experiencing new environments and simply love the idea of building things. We were thrilled to welcome the class along to the development.”

    Gill concluded: “The children had a fantastic experience at Oakwood Meadows so I would like to extend a big thank you to Taylor Wimpey for having us.”

    July 2013 - Sharks will look sharp this season

    Shevington Sharks Under 8s Rugby team are the lucky recipients of a donation from house-builder Taylor Wimpey, allowing them to purchase new kits for the impending season. With the summer season beginning in March, manager of the Under 8 team, Steve Bate, describes how they were in desperate need of kit sponsorship. He commented: “We’re such a big club with over 300 members so it can be difficult to secure sponsorship, particularly for the younger teams. We’re so grateful for Taylor Wimpey’s kind donation, and the boys are thrilled with their new kits.” 

    Shevington Sharks Under 8 Team Sponsorship

    Shevington Sharks Under 8 Team

    Anthony Mansfield, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey Manchester, describes why they were happy to step in as sponsors. “Our Oakwood Meadows development is just around the corner from the Sharks grounds and we always make an effort to get involved in the communities where we are building. Some of our new residents may even have kids who end up playing for the club so it’s fantastic that we can help out and we’re proud to have them wear our name.”

    For further information on the Shevington Sharks and the upcoming season, visit: www.pitchero.com/clubs/shevingtonsharksarlfc

    March 2013 - State of the art homes and surroundings

    Taylor Wimpey has contracted local Chainsaw Wood Sculptor Andy Burgess to design and create a series of Oak statues for the Oakwood Meadows housing development in Lancashire.

    The elaborate pieces will tie-in to the natural theme of the surrounding woodland, whilst complementing the styles of homes available on-site.

    Anthony Mansfield, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey Manchester, explained: “Oakwood Meadows is already proving to be popular with buyers due to its picturesque features and we wanted to expand on this key element. The trees and local wildlife play such a big part in making the development beautiful so this was the brief we gave to Andy.”


    Wood Sculpture at Oakwood Meadows

    Andy has already completed one of three natural statues for the development; featuring a deer by an Oak tree which was on view for visitors including the mayor at the recent launch.  He explained: “I created the whole sculpture from one large piece of reclaimed Oak, which again ties into the Oakwood development. There were a number of factors I took into consideration such as making the piece child-friendly as the development is proving popular with families. 

    Anthony describes how Andy’s stunning work is perfectly in keeping with styles of homes on offer at Oakwood Meadows.  The Shevington development features a range of two to five bedroom homes with number of schemes also available for interested buyers.

    Anthony concluded: “We look forward to seeing the final two designs later this year, and are confident the artwork will be a key feature for anybody visiting or living on-site.”

  • 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 is available here, which means you could reserve a new Taylor Wimpey home at this development right now - 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.

Oakwood Meadows

£194,995 - £279,995

Situated in the countryside town of Shevington, Oakwood Meadows is a new development of 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes making it ideal for couples and families alike. It offers all the peace and quiet of the countryside with excellent local amenities as well as providing excellent commuter links.

Vicarage Lane - Shevington - Lancashire - WN6 8HP

This property is managed by the Manchester Taylor Wimpey regional office

Opening times

Mon 11:00 to 17:00
Tue Closed
Wed Closed
Thu 11:00 to 17:00
Fri 11:00 to 17:00
Sat 11:00 to 17:00
Sun 11:00 to 17:00

Call us 01257 440517

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With Help to Buy, you can buy a new home with just 5% deposit - whether you're a first time buyer or you're moving on from your existing home. You provide a 5% deposit, and the Government loan you 20% of the value of the house*, meaning that you only have to obtain a 75% mortgage.

*Government equity loan is interest free for 5 years in England and Wales, and interest free for the term of the loan in Scotland. For more information and terms and conditions please click here.

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