Date: Thursday 09 April 2015
St Andrew’s Church in Tarvin is investing in a brand new welcome sign for its congregation, thanks to a contribution of £500 from Taylor Wimpey North West.
We have given the cash boost to help the church with its fundraising so that it can replace its old wooden notice board with a much-needed upgrade.
David Ferguson, church warden at St Andrew’s Church, comments: “We had been hoping to replace the old sign for a number of years but other projects have taken priority. The old wooden notice board was in poor condition and contained out of date information, so we’re very grateful to Taylor Wimpey for providing us with a donation towards this lovely new sign, which will be placed in the Remembrance Garden at the front of the church.
“It is twice the size, and features a waterproof lockable panel, so we can keep the community up to date with forthcoming events. It is also made of aluminium with an oak frame, so will last much longer.”
Stuart Craig, Sales Manager for Taylor Wimpey North West, explains: “Tarvin is a lovely village and it’s clear that the church is at the heart of the community, so we jumped at the chance to help out.
“With our Saxon Heath development now taking shape in the village, no doubt many of our residents will be taking full advantage of the church’s offering – whether it be for weddings, baptisms, Sunday services, or even as members of the choir.”
David concludes: “On behalf of St Andrew’s Church, I would like to take this opportunity to thank Taylor Wimpey for their kind support and much-appreciated contribution.”
Saxon Heath currently has a range of three, four and five-bedroom homes for sale.