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Avon Meadows

£200,995 - £336,995

Avon Meadows is an exciting new homes collection in the picturesque Warwickshire village of Bidford-on-Avon, in the heart of Shakespeare country.

2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes you'll love in a carefully chosen location.

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Waterloo Road - Bidford-on-Avon - Warwickshire - B50 4FN

01789 330 362

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    About the area

    Residents of the new-build homes in Warwickshire will be able to enjoy all the benefits of living in a thriving village community, with a good choice of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as a village hall, a community library and a primary school, rated as ‘good’ with some ‘outstanding’ features in its latest Ofsted inspection.

    Within close proximity of the properties to buy in Warwickshire there’s also a host of clubs and societies offering opportunities to get involved in village life including an active youth club with its own skatepark and canoe section.

    With so much on the doorstep of Taylor Wimpey’s new property for sale in Warwickshire, Avon Meadows is the perfect place to call home.


    Meanwhile, the new properties in Warwickshire enjoy excellent road connections across the region, with the towns of Alcester, Evesham and Stratford-upon-Avon all within six miles for a choice of well-regarded secondary schools and a superb selection of shopping, leisure and entertainment opportunities.


    Big Meadow is a popular village attraction close to the new homes in Warwickshire that is perfect for riverside picnics, and includes a children’s play area and sports facilities, while relaxing walks can be taken along the river. The village is the crossroads of two long distance footpaths, the Heart of England Way and Shakespeare’s Avon Way.

    Nearby Stratford-upon-Avon is the birthplace of William Shakespeare and home to the internationally acclaimed Royal Shakespeare Theatre complex. This world-renowned tourist destination effortlessly combines the traditional and the contemporary, with quaint tearooms, galleries, antiques shops, designer boutiques, department stores and high street stores occupying its pretty timber-framed buildings.


    From the M5

    Leave the M5 at junction 9 and take the A46 towards Evesham. Continue on this road for around 15 miles, driving past Evesham following the signs towards Stratford-upon-Avon. Around 5 miles after Evesham on the A46 take the 3rd exit at the roundabout heading towards Bidford-on-Avon (B439 Salford Road). Follow Salford Road, driving straight over the central roundabout, and then take the 1st left hand turn into Waterloo Road. Continue straight on where the development will be found on the left hand side.

    From the M40

    Leave the M40 at junction 15 and take the A46 towards Stratford-upon-Avon. Continue on the A46 over the three upcoming roundabouts onto Alcester Road (A46), and after around 1.9 miles take the left hand turn onto Church Bank (signposted Bidford-on-Avon). Continue on this road for around 3 miles where you need to take the right hand turn at the junction onto Wixford Road. Take the 1st left turn on Wixford Road, onto George’s Elm Lane, then the 4th left onto Waterloo Road. Continue down along this road where the development will be found on the right hand side.


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    Local school children make sure they will be seen on the way to School.

    As part of our Walk to School month we have been working alongside local schools to urge parents to leave the car at home and walk their children to school in a bid to increase activity levels and keep the whole family fit.

    Local primary school, Bidford on Avon CofE Primarmy, received 50 hi-visibility vests and 300 hi-visibility slap bands to encourage pupils to walk to school – and help keep them safe on the journey.

    Elaine Taylor, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “It’s astonishing that a third of Year 6 schoolchildren nationally are considered overweight or obese, yet a small amount of activity – like walking to school – can make such a difference.

    “We are committed to supporting the communities in which we build our high-quality new homes, which is why we have donated hi-visibility vests and slap bands to Bidford on Avon C of E Primary School.

    “We understand that family life can be busy, but we hope our contribution will help inspire families to swap the car for a safe walk to school instead.”

    Pupils at the school are already familiar with road safety thanks to the Junior Road Safety Officer (JSRO) scheme which was set up by Year 3 teacher Andy Johnston, who is also hoping to implement a ‘walking bus’ for the youngsters.

    Andy says: “We are dedicated to ensuring that our children remain safe to and from school, and shall be looking at how we can ensure that the walking bus is implemented as soon as possible using the hi-visibility vests and slap bands from Taylor Wimpey.

    “We also hope to implement a ‘park and stride’ scheme, where we will encourage parents to park at the car park behind the fire station and walk the remaining distance to school.

    “I would like to thank Taylor Wimpey for their outstanding and continued support of our school and its children. We are very grateful for their donation.”

    Taylor Wimpey is also offering parents some handy tips on how to make the walk to school more fun:

    • Play a simple game of I Spy to encourage children to take notice of their surroundings
    • Invite children to spot a street name for different letters of the alphabet
    • Challenge children to spot as many different animals and birds as possible
    • Help children to draw a map of their route to school.
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