Community-minded staff from Linden Homes Midlands have been showing their support for one of the most important dates in the Burton Latimer social calendar.
A team from the award-winning developer joined hundreds of local people to the Northamptonshire town’s annual Duck Race at the Pocket Park.
Linden Homes, which is currently building a range of four-bedroom homes at the Centurion Grove development at nearby Kingfisher Way, backed the event by meeting the printing cost of thousands of leaflets, as well as handing out branded goodie bags to visitors on the day.
As well as the Duck Race, organisers hope the family fun day – complete with bouncy castles, canoe rides, pond dipping, tractor rides and various charity stalls – will help boost coffers to support the much-used Pocket Park and the Burton Latimer Scouts.
Linden Homes Midlands sale director Clare Phillips said: “We recognise what a very important date the Duck Race is in the local social calendar, and one which is greatly supported by the local community – so as ‘newcomers’ to the town, we are delighted to be involved and attend what was a fantastic, fun family event.”
|Duck Race visitors Lily Higgins and Jack Sharman
enjoy the event along with Linden Homes
Midlands’ sales executive Eileen Irwin.
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29 June 2015