To celebrate National Tree Week, pupils from Catcliffe Primary School were invited to help plant new trees at Taylor Wimpey’s The Banks development on High Field Spring, Waverley.
The nationwide event organised by the Tree Council runs from 29th November to 7th December and encourages communities to get involved by planting new trees in their neighbourhood.
Children from Catcliffe Primary School joined Taylor Wimpey staff for the tree planting ceremony on 4th December at The Banks development, where the leading developer offers a range of three and four bedroom homes.
Children from Catcliffe Primary School with the team at The Banks
Anne Bagshaw, regional sales and marketing manager for Taylor Wimpey, says: “As a responsible housebuilder, our developments are not just about delivering houses but are also about creating attractive and sustainable communities for many years to come.
“National Tree Week is a great opportunity to celebrate the tree planting we have now completed at The Banks and we were delighted to welcome Catcliffe Primary School to the development for our special ceremony.”
Located in the sought-after village of Waverely, Rotherham, The Banks boasts a selection of high-quality new-build homes.
Mrs James, class teacher at Catcliffe Primary School comments: “Our pupils were thrilled to take part in the initiative, helping to make a difference to the development’s landscape while also contributing to the environment.
“I’d like to thank Taylor Wimpey on behalf of the school for inviting us to The Banks and we hope the residents at the development enjoy their new forested scenery.”
For further information about the homes at The Banks development please call 0191 4060999 or visit the Sales Information Centre open Thursday to Monday 11.00am – 5.00pm. Alternatively, log onto www.taylorwimpey.co.uk.
To find out more about National Tree Week, including how communities can get involved in tree planting, visit www.treecouncil.org.uk.