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Castle Gardens

£229,000 - £294,000

Our development of new homes, off Raeswood Road in Crookston offers a choice of 92 three, four and five bedroom detached family homes in one of Glasgow’s most sought-after and desirable locations which offers an excellent balance of open space, local facilities and entertainment for easy family living.

Off Raeswood Road - Crookston - Glasgow - G53 7LQ

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Thu 11:00 to 17:30
Fri 11:00 to 17:30
Sat 11:00 to 17:30
Sun 11:00 to 17:30
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    The winners of our Community Chest 2015 competition in association with The Evening Times in Glasgow have been announced.
    Sharing a prize fund of £2,500 are:

    • PALS - a parent-led charity providing activities for children (aged 3-16) with special needs in Cumbernauld and the surrounding area has scooped £1250 and plans to offer the families they help with access to horse riding therapy lessons;
    • SITE who are based in Glasgow, provide blind and partially sighted people with training on various types of technology including mobile phones and tablets which helps them to maximise technology to make every-day tasks easier, have been awarded £750 which will help them stage an event for their volunteers to extend their help to over 50 people, and
    • Giveadogabone, a new charity that’s based in Clarkston, which aims to bring rescue pets together with the elderly to combat loneliness in old age has secured £500.

    This year’s competition was launched in The Evening Times in mid-August where readers were asked to nominate the charities that were making a real difference in their local communities and once again the judges, including Audrey Ross, sales and marketing director were overwhelmed by the diverse nature of the 70+ nominations that were received to the competition as she adds:  “This is the third year that we’ve teamed up with The Evening Times to create our Community Chest initiative which aims to offer a financial boost to groups, charities and organisations of all shapes and sizes that are making a big difference in their local communities.  
    “What is clear from the range of nominations this year is there is so much amazing work going on.  We saw this last year, and this year we’ve heard from so many groups for the first time, so it’s been really interesting to read about the groups that are offering such incredible opportunities to a diverse section of their local communities.  We’re also really looking forward to seeing how each of our three deserving charities puts their community chest prize money to work to deliver even more for the people they work tirelessly for in their communities.”

This development is managed by the West Scotland Taylor Wimpey regional office