Taylor Wimpey spreads Christmas cheer in Scarborough
Leading homebuilder, Taylor Wimpey North Yorkshire, is thrilled to announce it will be sponsoring Scarborough Hospital’s Christmas tree for the second year running.
The hospital, which is located just a short distance from the homebuilder’s High Mill development, in Scalby, has received a donation of £250, to help fund a tree to be displayed outside the north entrance over the course of the holidays.
Maggie Bulman, trust and corporate fundraiser, comments: “We are delighted Taylor Wimpey is sponsoring our Christmas tree again this year, and helping us to give our grounds some much-needed Christmas spirit.
“The tree looks absolutely brilliant, and really does make the whole hospital feel so much more festive and cheerful.”
In addition to the Christmas tree donation, Taylor Wimpey supported Scarborough Hospital with a £500 donation towards the Special Care Baby Unit’s ‘Journey Book’ initiative last year.
Debbie Whittingham, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey North Yorkshire, explains: “We strongly believe it is important to give something back to the local community, and Christmas is a special time of year where we like to spread the festive spirit by offering our support throughout the region.
“Once again, the tree has been decorated beautifully and we would like to wish patients, visitors and the team at Scarborough Hospital a very Merry Christmas from all at Taylor Wimpey.”
Taylor Wimpey’s High Mill development currently features a range of three and four-bedroom homes, from just £182,950.
Maggie concludes: “On behalf of all of us at the hospital, I would like to say a big thank you to Taylor Wimpey for the ongoing generosity and support.”
Club bowled over by homebuilder’s support
Burniston and Cloughton Bowls Club has received a donation of £250 from leading property developer Taylor Wimpey for its ‘bowls club race night'.
Elaine Bramley, chairman at Burniston and Cloughton Bowls Club, comments: “We have been in need of a new clubhouse for some time, so we’re incredibly grateful for Taylor Wimpey’s support.
“The new building will not only provide a club house, but also a short mat centre, which will enable members to play bowls indoors all year round, and also join the Yorkshire league.”
The club is based on High Street, in Burniston, and just a short distance from Taylor Wimpey’s High Mill development, in Scalby. The club also has a qualified instructor and bowling equipment, and offers free coaching where required.
Debbie Whittingham, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey North Yorkshire, explains: “The club is a valuable asset to the Scarborough community, so as soon as we heard about the fundraiser, we jumped at the chance to help out.
“This will be the first club to offer a short mat centre and indoor bowls in Scarborough, so we’re thrilled to have helped fund the facilities.”
Elaine concludes: “I would like to thank Taylor Wimpey for the generous donation on behalf of the whole club.”
Taylor Wimpey makes memories with Scarborough Hospital
Taylor Wimpey is supporting Scarborough Hospital’s Special Care Baby Unit with its touching ‘Journey Books’ initiative.
The homebuilder has donated £500, to be used to create the Journey Books, which document a baby’s journey from premature or poorly birth, right through to health and going home.
Maya Richardson, community fundraiser at the York Teaching Hospital Charity, comments: “These personal books provide incredible comfort to the families who stay with us, and the generous donation by Taylor Wimpey will deliver materials and books for so many babies, which is just fantastic.
“As with all public health hospitals, we always welcome funding and assistance. To be able to provide this additional emotional support to these families is just brilliant, and we are very grateful for the donation.”
Scarborough Hospital provides a number of medical services to the population of the Yorkshire coast. The hospital is the second largest in the region.
Debbie Whittingham, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey North Yorkshire, explains: “It goes without saying that the work carried out by Scarborough Hospital is immeasurable, and as a business with strong ties to the local community, we are keen to support charities in the areas in which we operate.
“With our High Mill development based so close to the hospital, we are aware of the amazing work the Special Care Baby Unit does, and we’re only too happy to help.”
Maya concludes: “I would like to take this opportunity to thank Taylor Wimpey for their support on behalf of the hospital and families. It truly is much appreciated.”
New sponsor for Scarborough Gymnastics
Scarborough Gymnastics Academy has received a cash boost of £550 from leading property developer, Taylor Wimpey, to fund new kits for its members.
The academy, which is based just a short distance from the homebuilder’s High Mill development in Scalby, has used the donation to invest in much-needed hoodies for travel to the British Gymnastics International Cup, in Europe.
Nicola Walker, head coach at Scarborough Gymnastics Academy, comments: “We’re absolutely delighted to be affiliated with a company as renowned as Taylor Wimpey and to have such support.
“The International Cup is an annual event and consists of numerous competitions across Europe. This year we have taken part in the first leg in London, and we will be participating in the second leg in Gran Canaria in November, to be in with the chance of winning a once in a lifetime training campus day.”
Debbie Whittingham, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey North Yorkshire, explains: “Scarborough Gymnastics Academy is a hub of talent, so we’re thrilled to be supporting the gymnasts in their quest to win the International Cup.
“We wish the team all the best for the competition and have every faith that they will do incredibly well.”
Nicola concludes: “I would like to thank Taylor Wimpey for such generosity on behalf of the whole academy. We hope this marks the start of a successful relationship with the company.”