7-year-old Aurelia wins Taylor Wimpey East Anglia design competition

January 2018

A 7-year-old girl from the Pathfinder C of E Primary School in Northstowe, Cambridgeshire, has won a competition to design a new home greeting card for Taylor Wimpey East Anglia. Children from the local primary school were tasked with designing a card that would be sent to residents at Taylor Wimpey’s nearby Varsity Grange development.

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Aurelia scooped first place for her colourful picture of a house with celebratory bunting. Her design will now be professionally printed and sent out to homeowners when they move in. Aurelia also received a £50 book voucher prize.

When Taylor Wimpey suggested the ‘welcome to your new home’ card competition I thought it was a lovely idea. It’s great to be receiving such fantastic support from Taylor Wimpey, and hopefully this is the beginning of a long running partnership.
— Ms. Stephanie Redgate, Headteacher at Pathfinder C of E Primary School

Taylor Wimpey’s partnership with the school comes as part of an ongoing commitment to support the residents and the community in and around its developments.

The competition was a huge success; we had so many brilliant entries it was difficult to pick a winner. We can’t wait to start sending the cards out to the new residents. It’ll be a really nice personal touch to welcome them into the local community. Our work extends far beyond building high-quality homes, Taylor Wimpey endeavours to continually help local communities as much as we can with opportunities like this one.
— Caroline Carter, Sales and Marketing Director at Taylor Wimpey East Anglia

Pathfinder C of E Primary School is a short distance from the Varsity Grange development located in Northstowe, Cambridgeshire, CB24 3DS.

For more information on Varsity Grange visit the development Sales Information Office, which is open Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm, and 1:30pm - 5pm on Mondays, or call 01954 770428.

Alternatively, for further details about this development, or Taylor Wimpey’s community contributions visit www.taylorwimpey.co.uk