Housing development comes to life thanks to the children of Milton Keynes
When most youngsters are winding down in anticipation of the summer holidays, one pupil from Milton Keynes has been busy in securing his place in the history books after coming up with the name of a new housing development.
Claire Lambert, head of sales for Charles Church Midlands, comments: “We had an overwhelming number of entries through from children at Oxley Park Academy and I’d like to thank each and every one of them for their enthusiasm and creative ideas.
“After much deliberation, we decided on Oxley Hills, submitted by seven year old Harry Blackmore-Read and would like to thank everyone for taking part.”
Charlotte Fox, Year 2 teacher, added: “Children really enjoy working with real-life companies as it often adds an extra dimension to their learning. They all really loved getting involved in the development naming competition and we’ll be following the progress of the development with interest, knowing one of our pupils came up with the name!”
As a thank you for taking part, Charles Church presented Harry with £25 worth of WH Smith vouchers and donated £100 worth of vouchers to the School.
Charles Church takes its role in the community extremely seriously and the development naming competition was an initiative designed to forge a greater working relationship between local schools and the company.
Oxley Hills, situated at Fonda Meadows, is Charles Church’s newest development in the region. There’s a range of three and four bedroom homes currently on release with prices from £274,995.
For further information on the range of properties and home moving incentives currently available at Oxley Hills, please call the marketing suite on 01908 336817 open daily from 11am until 5pm or visit http://www.charleschurch.com/
Picture shows Charles Church sales executive, Vanessa Bunn with competition winner, Harry Blackmore-Read