Creative Children Build On Their Talents For Developer’s Competition

No strangers to designing and constructing modern and stylish properties – Linden Homes Midlands has been asking for creative input from a slightly younger audience!

They may been pre-school age now, but house buyers of the future from the Great Barford Primary Academy’s nursery class have been putting their creative talents to good use as part of a fun competition to design their dream home.

The youngsters have had a free reign on their drawings, paintings or colouring projects – and following the tough task of judging the entries, the top three prizes have now been handed out.

Lucky winners Ruby Anstey, Olivia Blount and Jing Ran Guan received their Early Learning Centre vouchers when Linden Homes Midlands sales executive Lindsay Morrison visited the nursery.

She said: “The sales team was really impressed by the children’s entries and the amount of imagination and effort that had gone in to each and every one. It was really difficult to pick only three winning entries, as they were all fantastic.”

The primary school is located close the Linden Homes’ Goodwin Place development, where stylish three, four and five-bedroom family homes are being built in a range of semi-detached and detached styles. Details are available from the sales team on 01234 434699.

Great Barford Primary Academy is a growing, village school offering education from Nursery age to Year 6. Visitors can contact 01234 870342 to arrange a visit. More information about the school can be found on their website.

Linden Homes Midlands sales executive
Lindsay Morrison with colouring competition
winners and their entries, left to right
Ruby Anstey, Olivia Blount and
Jing-Ran Guan.

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26 June 2018

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