Linden Homes is hosting a jazz evening at Royal Barham House in Truro on Thursday 20th June from 5pm – 8pm.
The Jack Williams Quartet are from Truro College and all four of its members are studying a degree in jazz music. Visitors will be able to listen to a number of tunes, enjoy some refreshments and view the completed homes.
Vivian Rodd, head of jazz studies at Truro College said: “We’re delighted to support Linden Homes’ event. Our musicians are extremely talented and play to a very high standard; it’s fantastic for them to be able to practice performing to live audiences.”
Jules Miller-Wilson, sales and marketing manager for Linden Homes said: “Royal Barham House is such a beautiful building and it has a wonderful, rich heritage. We’re hosting a series of events, not just for new residents at Royal Barham House, so they can start to get to know their neighbours but also for the local community. We want to show visitors the homes that are available and demonstrate that Truro is a fantastic place to live.”
Linden Homes and Westco Properties are transforming the old infirmary hospital, which was derelict, into 19 luxury two and three bedroom apartments.
Located to the south of the city centre on the west side of Infirmary Hill, Cornwall’s first hospital was originally constructed in the late 1790s and served the community for over 200 years, before it finally closed in 1999. It first opened with just 20 beds and saw two World Wars, as well as the introduction of the NHS in 1948.
The development has been well received, with a third of the homes already reserved. The homes have been built to a high specification and some have magnificent views out towards Truro cathedral.
To RSVP to the jazz evening please visit Royal Barham House, off Corte Spry, Truro, TR1 2GE, call 0844 488 0730, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information, contact Emma Mackay on 01626 356666 or email email@example.com
13 June 2013