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Pirates ahoy! at St Michael’s Chase fun day

Shipmates: Linden Homes’ Hannah Balaam-Reed, Dillon (4) and Millie Long (9) and Captain Jack Sparrow

Shipmates: Linden Homes’ Hannah Balaam-Reed, Dillon (4) and Millie Long (9) and Captain Jack Sparrow

Cutlasses, cannons and crewmates came together in a pirate-themed fun day at our St Michael’s Chase development in Longstanton, Cambridgeshire.

As Captain Jack Sparrow roamed around in full pirate costume, visitors had their faces painted while grown-ups and children joined in games of giant Jenga and Connect4 in the garden of the sales suite.

We invited our younger visitors to dress up too and there were vouchers awarded to the best dressed pirate and princess.

There was also a lot of fun to be had at the launch of our show home at Bluebell in nearby Bingham, where we invited people to be among the first to take a tour – and say hello to a David Beckham lookalike who took up residence for the day!

Linden Homes Midlands managing director Chris Bond said: “It was nice to see local residents coming to both developments to take a look at the new neighbourhoods in their community and have some fun while they were there.

“Everyone had a good time and the lookalikes turned a few heads! Hosting these kinds of events shows how important it is to us not just to build homes but also to introduce new streets and households to the village or town where they have arrived.”

Did you know?

Over £133m has been committed by Linden Homes to improving local communities since 2010.

All waste plasterboard is recycled and used in the manufacture of new plasterboard products.