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Safety poster challenge after pupils’ site visit

Greens Norton C of E Primary School pupils meet Linden Homes site manager Glenn Smyth at Roman View

Greens Norton C of E Primary School pupils meet Linden Homes site manager Glenn Smyth at Roman View

Pupils were challenged to design their own building site safety poster after a visit to our Roman View development in Greens Norton, near Towcester in Northamptonshire.

The youngsters from Greens Norton C of E Primary School learned all about housebuilding and how to avoid hazards when they went on the trip with their teachers to meet site manager Glenn Smyth.

The seven to nine-year-olds were shown construction machinery at work and took part in a building and safety quiz before being tasked to come up with their own designs for a safety poster.

It will eventually be displayed at our sales and marketing suite at the development which features a range of one, two, three and four-bedroom homes set in a private cul-de-sac.

Linden Homes Midlands managing director Chris Bond said: “It’s always a pleasure to have pupils from the community visit our developments and see how homes are built and learn important safety lessons too.

“Designing a safety poster is an excellent way for them to take these life-saving tips back from the trip and pass them on to other people too.”

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