Linden Homes is launching a community challenge that the whole of Totnes is encouraged to take part in.
The company has built a path from Home Reach Avenue (just off Weston Lane) to link its new homes at Camomile Lawn with Steamer Quay and they’ve created a mile long route so people can time themselves!
Entry is free for the Camo-Mile Community Challenge, the only restrictions are that you need to:
The new path will be officially launched on Friday 24th February and entrants can choose if they’ll walk, run, or cycle the course. Each group will be entered into a draw for a chance to win one of five £200 prizes to their community group/nominated charity/school. There will also be a prize of £200 for the most unusual way to complete the route – anything goes – from unicycle to pogo stick!
Brian Deacon, sales and marketing director for Linden Homes, said: “If you would like to enter then please email email@example.com to book your place. The times will be recorded in the sales and marketing suite, where you will also be able to enter the prize draw.”
Brian added: “The new path will benefit the whole of Totnes as it provides easy access to town. We’re delighted to be launching the Camo-Mile Community Challenge, and we’re keen to see the path being well used.”
Camomile Lawn is a beautiful new homes development, comprising a stunning collection of three and four bedroom homes.Set in an elevated position, Camomile Lawn boasts some fantastic views of Totnes castle and beyond.
For more details visit the show home and marketing suite off Weston Lane, Totnes, TQ9 5UJ, open daily from 10am to 5pm. Call 01803 701570.
Media can contact Emma Mackay on 077383 12960 for more information, images and interviews with Linden Homes.
13 February 2017