OUR BAND TO BE A HIGHLIGHT OF SODBURY’S MUSIC IN THE STREET EVENING
Thu, 30 May
Yate-based housebuilder Cotswold Homes Ltd is sponsoring an appearance by the local party band For The Record at this year’s Chipping Sodbury Festival.
Established four years ago by a group of friends who were members of the amateur dramatics company Sodbury Players, the band promises to be one of the highlights of the festival’s Music in the Street evening on June 18, predicts Cotswold Homes’ sales and marketing director Terri Hayes-Pugh.
Support for this year’s festival is the latest in a number of Cotswold Homes sponsorships across the region in line with the company’s policy of ‘putting something back’ into communities where they are building.
In Chipping Sodbury construction work is well underway on the firm’s Florence Gardens development at Trinity Lane, where Terri reports that sales are ‘going through the roof.’
She adds: ‘It’s the same story at The Paddocks in Tytherington where, only weeks after building work started, we’ve already sold half of the homes in the first phase.
‘Whatever the political climate, there’s still an appetite for brand new, low-maintenance homes with contemporary features and benefits. With Help-to-Buy available – and not just for first time buyers – you can purchase with just a five per cent deposit.’ (Terms and conditions apply – visit www.helptobuy.gov.uk).
Florence Gardens was planned in response to what Terri describes as ‘overwhelming demand’ for quality new homes.
‘That’s one reason why our semi-rural development is attracting a mix of young families and retired couples, some of whom like the proximity of the cricket, tennis, golf and football facilities as well as rural walks on Sodbury Common,’ she explained.
‘They are also attracted be the high-specification of these homes which are carefully crafted to complement those in the surrounding area and incorporate features which have proved popular on our other developments across the region.’
That’s one reason why our semi-rural development is attracting a mix of young families and retired couples, some of whom like the proximity of the cricket, tennis, golf and football facilities as well as rural walks on Sodbury Common