Tuesday 7th June 2022

We leave a Jubilee legacy at primary schools in South Wales

In celebration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee year, our South Wales team has proudly donated planters to three primary schools in Sully, Porthcawl and Pontypool

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We celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee

The planting took place as part of our campaign to demonstrate our commitment to leaving a positive lasting legacy in the communities in which we built. 

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Planting a legacy

Sara Taylor, Sales and Marketing Director at Taylor Wimpey South Wales, said: “We would like to say a huge thank you to all of the participating primary schools for getting involved in our Jubilee planting activity. Here at Taylor Wimpey, we’re always incredibly proud when we make a positive impact on the communities in which we build  and we hope the flowers planted will be a lovely addition to the schools for years to come.”  

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Tom Davis-Lyons, Head of the Eco-Council at Sully Primary School, said: “We were delighted when Taylor Wimpey approached us about doing this activity. Members of the Eco-Council at Sully Primary School thoroughly enjoyed taking part in planting the flowers and we’re excited to see them bloom throughout summer.”

Kim Harris, Wellbeing Lead at New Inn Primary School in Pontypool, added: “Our Wellbeing Warrior group thoroughly enjoyed taking part in this Jubilee activity. The planters have added some extra colour to our playground and we look forward to seeing the flowers flourish very soon.” 

Speaking of the donation from Taylor Wimpey, Sian Gander, Eco-coordinator at Newton Primary School in Porthcawl, said: “It’s great to see a company like Taylor Wimpey think about the wider community. We all loved getting to work with our spades and helping to celebrate such a momentous occasion as the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.”