A brand new house worth £235,000 will be among the prizes up for grabs at a summer fayre being held at Cholsey’s newest neighbourhood.
Residents and the public are being welcomed to a day of fun and games on Saturday July 14th to celebrate summer – whatever the weather – at Linden Homes’ superb Cholsey Meadows development.
Entrance is free and among the traditional activities, the Crack the Safe competition is offering the chance to win a two-bedroom house to whoever can solve a secret code.
Linden Homes Chiltern sales and marketing director, Simon Pendlebury, said: “It’s not been the sunniest summer so far, so we hope we can put a smile on people’s faces with our fair – smiles which will go from ear to ear if anyone is lucky enough to crack the code!
“Cholsey Meadows is a beautiful development which we are very proud of, so I hope people see for themselves the quality that we specialise in. It’s important for us to help form communities as well as homes, which is what this day is really all about.”
An official Olympics torch bearer will be on hand at the “Ch-olympics” arena where there will be games and races for all the family.
Other activities will include tethered hot air balloon rides, a falconry display, dog competition, and fun for the children such as Victorian swingboats and face painting. There will also be hoopla and a coconut shy plus candyfloss, a hog roast, barbecue and drinks marquee.
Cholsey Meadows is a stunning collection of two, three, four and five-bedroom houses set amid 100 acres of Grade II listed parkland.
It offers uninterrupted views across the neighbouring countryside and is set to be a flagship development of over 250 homes designed to blend seamlessly with the local community and rural setting.
There will be plenty to do at Cholsey Meadows, from the surrounding countryside and the River Thames to new cricket facilities and much more. The village of Cholsey is close by and offers a number of amenities including local shops and a primary school.
The summer fair will run from 11am until 4pm. Entrance is free.
For further information, contact Lyndsay Scanlan or Naomi Wellman at Remarkable Public Relations on 01962 893 893.
11 July 2012