Date: Thursday 31 October 2019
To help celebrate this spooktacular time of year, our North Midlands team hosted its very own pumpkin carving competition to help residents at Marston Grange get in the spirit of Halloween.
The competition took place on Saturday 26th October and gave residents the opportunity to get creative and carve their very best intricate and spooky designs into pumpkins just in time for Halloween. The winning design, a Taylor Wimpey home, was designed and carved by George Barker- Heath and his mum Becky Barker. Runners-up included, Eva Cartwright and mum Cara Slinn, Bethany Horoszko, Jasmyn Horoszko, Lailie Brock and mum Karen Brock.
Carl Cooke, Sales & Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey North Midlands, said: “We were delighted to host our first Halloween-themed competition at Marston Grange. Events like these are a great way of bringing the community together to take part in the fun and games. The work that we do is a lot more than build new homes and we are dedicated to making the most of the opportunities we have to help communities grow stronger.”