Kidsgrove is a thriving community which includes shops, pubs, places to eat, a supermarket, a library, a health centre, a post office, a bank and schools for children of all ages.
There’s a wider array of shopping, leisure and entertainment opportunities also available in Stoke-on-Trent, which is just eight miles away, and boasts a wealth of shops, restaurants and pubs, as well as a cinema, theatres, galleries and museums.
For days out, there’s plenty to do near our new homes in Kidsgrove with the picturesque Staffordshire countryside on the doorstep, while Stoke-on-Trent’s WaterWorld indoor aqua park is ideal for rainy days. Meanwhile, the thrills and spills of a day at Alton Towers theme park are just 20 miles from home.
Families will appreciate that well-regarded schools for children of all ages are within easy reach, including St Saviour’s CofE Primary School, which is within walking distance, while Kidsgrove also has a choice of schools for secondary age pupils.
The development is close to the A34, for convenient access to Newcastle-under-Lyme, plus the A50 for Stoke, while junction 16 of the M6 is just seven miles from home, putting the West Midlands and the North West within easy reach. Kidsgrove railway station is only a mile from the new homes, and offers regular services to Stoke-on-Trent, Derby, Crewe, Manchester and London Euston.
Stoke Staffs community Boxing Club hooks sponsorship deal!
Youngsters at Stoke Staffs Community Boxing Club in Hanley received a knock-out donation of £250 to fund new training kits for its members, from our business unit.
The 33 members, who are aged between eight and 40, are now sporting brand new black and gold kits to match the club colours, adorned with the Taylor Wimpey logo!
Liz Buxton, Secretary for Stoke Staffs Community Boxing Club, says: “This donation from Taylor Wimpey is helping us to provide brand new training tops, gloves and boots for our members.
“Some of the kids who come to the club would struggle to pay for their own kits, so this donation is really helpful to us.”
The boxing club has been running for over 12 years and is based at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Hanley.
Liz continues: “A lot of our members don’t have anything new so to have this support is absolutely brilliant – we’ve never had a sponsor before!
“Taylor Wimpey got in touch with us to offer their help and it’s really made a difference to everyone at the club, as before this they were wearing their own clothes to train. Now they all feel proud to represent the club.”
Carl Cooke, Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey North Midlands, says: “We’re delighted to lend our support to Stoke Staffs Community Boxing Club and help its members feel proud to represent their club.
“We hope everyone really enjoys their new kit and wish them the best of luck with their upcoming competitions.”