CHILDREN from Yarborough Primary School have been treated to an extra curricular lesson – with house building appearing on the timetable!
A total of 90 Grimsby youngsters and their teachers received a special invitation from Linden Homes to see just what goes into building a new housing development.
And where better to get an insight than at the popular Freshney Green development, which continues to evolve virtually on their doorstep.
Three groups of children – kitted out in high visibility vests and hard hats - visited the development as a pre-half term treat to find out about how homes are built and sold, with expert guidance from Linden Homes site manager John Grest and sales executive Alex Rymer.
John said: “We held a series of visits for the children, who really seemed to enjoy getting kitted out in the safety wear and finding out a little about the development many of them see from a distance day in, day out - and what goes in to building new homes.
“Linden Homes has a longstanding partnership with the school, and it is always our pleasure to offer our assistance and raise our profile within the community when we have such a great opportunity as this.
A selection of two, three, four and five bedroom homes is currently available at the development – some of which are ready to move into now and others that are due for completion this spring/summer.
The Freshney Green development is open seven days a week from 10.30am until 5pm. Alternatively call the sales team on - 01472 358784.
|A lesson in house building for youngsters from Yarborough
Primary School. Linden Homes site manager John Grest
with (l to r) Charlie Rigby (7), Robyn Elloitt (6), Lila
Bratley (7), Aaron Lowther (7) and Freshney Green
sale executive Alex Rymer.
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19 February 2013