A group of youngsters and 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 nearby Roman View development in the village.
The budding builders and architects were treated to a demonstration of construction machinery at work, before taking part in a house building and health and safety quiz.
The seven to nine year olds also had a chance to find out what goes into building a home by chatting to site manager Glenn Smyth.
The children have now been tasked with designing a safety poster, which will be displayed in the Linden Homes sales and marketing suite at the development.
An intimate development on the edge of Northamptonshire, Roman View will comprise a range of one, two, thee and four-bedroom homes set in a private cul-de-sac location.
Perfectly positioned just two miles to the north west of Towcester, many of the homes will enjoy panoramic rural views across open countryside.
The first new homes – ranging in price from £199,500 to £379,950 are currently for sale. The sales and marketing suite and show home are open from Thursday to Monday from 10.30am - 5pm. Alternatively, call the sales team on 0844 417 8969.
Greens Norton C of E Primary School youngsters enjoy a lesson on construction at the Linden Homes Roman View development, along with site manager Glenn Smyth.
Note to editors
Linden Homes is Galliford Try’s award-winning housebuilding division and is the fifth largest residential developer in the UK, specialising in high quality, individually designed schemes across the country. The company was recently named Housebuilder of the Year 2012 by Building magazine.
Forecasting to sell over 3,000 homes annually, Linden Homes holds a landbank of 10,000 plots, 80% of which are on brownfield sites. The company is also leading the way in sustainable construction with its flagship development, Graylingwell in Chichester, the UK's largest zero carbon scheme.
Linden Homes builds homes from Cornwall to Lincolnshire and from West Sussex to North Yorkshire.
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