Ringing in the true spirit of the festive season, the team from Bellway Homes’ Salisbury Fields and Hardy’s Gate developments have donated a 6ft real Christmas tree to Radcliffe Children’s Centre Hub.
The tree takes pride of place in the main room at the hub and will be enjoyed by the children, parents and employees of the centre on Coronation Road in the run-up to Christmas.
The arrival of the tree coincided with the Hub’s ‘Happy Holiday’ event, an afternoon of seasonal fun, light refreshments, singing and playing that was attended by more than 20 local families.
Children’s centre hub manager Paula Cockcroft said:“Christmas is a magical time for families and it’s wonderful that Bellway got in touch and offered to provide us with a tree.The children have had a great time helping with the decorations and the scent of a real tree will bring a truly festive feel to all users of the community centre over the next few weeks.”
Departmental head at Bellway Homes Lynne Duxbury commented:“Our Salisbury Fields and Hardy’s Gate developments have been exceptionally well received by homebuyers in Radcliffe and we’ll be announcing plans for further new homes in the area just after Christmas.The local community in Bury has always been very welcoming, so it seemed natural for us to give something back and spread a little seasonal cheer with the donation of a tree for families to enjoy.”
Salisbury Fields and Hardy’s Gate are attractive new build residential developments of three and four bedroom homes in Radcliffe.Close to Bury and Bolton, they are ideally located for families and young professionals looking for a new home in a thriving town with a strong sense of local community.
A number of detached and semi detached homes are currently available, starting from £107,246.Help to Buy and Express Mover are available.For further information, please contact Bellway Homes on 0161 766 6935 (open Monday and Friday, 10am until 5pm, Thursday 10am until 7pm, Saturday and Sunday, 11am until 5pm).Alternatively, please visit www.bellway.co.uk.
Radcliffe Children’s Centres offer advice and support for families with a child under the age of five years old in the Radcliffe area.This can take place in the home, or at one of the centre buildings, and includes breastfeeding advice and support, parenting tips, advice on nursery provision and routines, stay and play sessions and much more.
Issued: 16 December 2015.
Picture: Wendy Holt with 2-year-old Molly Broadhurst.