Let us know how our £1,000 Community Chest should be shared
As part of our national Proud campaign, we have been looking for charities which rely heavily on donations to keep up their good work in the Tannochside community, or organisations that make a real difference to the local area. We have received nominations for a range of worthy causes, and we now invite you to cast your vote for the featured groups to receive a cash boost of either £500, £300 or £200.
Please choose from:
1. View Park Football Club – Boys Football
2. Ozanam Club View Park – Club for adults and children with learning difficulties.
3. View Care – bringing a range of services together to help those in Lanarkshire in financial difficulty.
Please register your vote by emailing SalesTW.WestScotland@taylorwimpey.com by Wednesday 19th December 2018. Only one vote per email address.
Audrey Ross, Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey West Scotland, adds: “We are delighted to reveal the three groups, as nominated by the local community in Tannochside, who will receive a share of our £1000 Community Chest, and we would now like to invite the local community to get involved to tell us how they would like us to share the fund.
“The Community Chest is a great way to recognise the unsung heroes that are found in the local communities where we are really proud to build our new homes. We are looking forward to making our donations, which will allow our community chest money to get to work as soon as possible.”
We are proud to leave a lasting legacy in Tannochside
Children from Tannochside Primary School in Uddingston have been getting green-fingered by planting 300 spring bulbs in planters around their school playground.
The 300 bulbs and planters have been donated as part our national Proud campaign to show our commitment and pride in leaving a lasting legacy in the communities in which we build. The planting took place last month and the bulbs are set to grow into a bright, floral tribute in the planters situated around the playground and in the school garden. Angus Cameron, our local Site Manager from our development at Tannochside Gardens in Uddingston joined in with the planting.
Audrey Ross, Sales and Marketing Director at Taylor Wimpey West Scotland said: “We are proud to be building a new community at our Tannochside Gardens development in Uddingston, and we want to leave places that both our customers and other local residents will enjoy long after we have finished building.
“We were thrilled to help children from Tannochside Primary with the planting and we hope that the bulbs will grow into a lovely display that the children will admire in years to come.”
Clare Ferrie, Deputy Head Teacher at Tannochside Primary School said: “It’s great to see a company like Taylor Wimpey think about the wider community while they are building in the local area, and leave something beautiful behind that will last for years to come. We all loved getting involved in this initiative from Taylor Wimpey, and having the opportunity to help with the planting of the bulbs. We can’t wait to see the results, which we will be able to enjoy every spring.”
Angus Cameron, Site Manager for Taylor Wimpey, joins children from Tannochside Primary School to plant spring bulbs as part of Taylor Wimpey’s national Proud campaign.
Watch your step! We teach children at Tannochside Primary School about safety
Recently our Site Manager, Angus Cameron, from the Tannochside Gardens development, headed back to school to teach children from Tannochside Primary School in Uddingston about the importance of health and safety on a building site.
Our Site Health & Safety Consultant Ian Holden led the presentation for P1-P7 children at the local primary school, teaching the children about safety warning signs, building site machinery, protective clothing and more. The presentation included the opportunity for children to try on some of the safety and protective clothing that Taylor Wimpey construction staff wear.
Angus Cameron, Site Manager at our Tannochside Gardens development, who recently won a national NHBC Pride in the Job Award for his work at the development, enjoyed his time back at school. Angus added: “It was great to see the children of Tannochside Primary School engage with our presentation, and I was delighted to see that many of them had an interest in finding out how we build our new homes. At Taylor Wimpey, we are committed to working closely with the local communities that we build in, so it is vital that we inform children in schools around our developments about the risks to look out for around our construction sites.”
Clare Ferrie, Depute Head Teacher at Tannochside Primary School said: “It’s good to see a company like Taylor Wimpey taking the time to talk to children about something that really matters. Ian and Angus did a great job of keeping the children engaged with their interactive presentation, whilst teaching them about the importance of health and safety on a building site. I’d like to thank them both on behalf of everyone at Tannochside Primary School for taking the time to teach the children about such an important subject.”
Angus Cameron (Taylor Wimpey’s Site Manager) visits Tannochside Primary in Uddingston to remind the children never to play near a construction site.