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A KNIGHT TO REMEMBER

A KNIGHT TO REMEMBER

We’re very happy to announce that we will be sponsoring a Knight at next year’s trail in Lincoln – and we hope to make him a Knight to remember!

 

The trail, which has been organised by Lincoln Business Improvement Group (BIG), will comprise 35 decorated Knight statues, which will be put in place around Lincoln from May to September 2017.

 

Chestnut Homes will sponsor one of the Knights following the success of sponsoring the Construction Baron in the 2015 Barons’ Charter Trail.

 

David Newton, Managing Director of Chestnut Homes, said: “It was wonderful to be a part of the Barons’ Charter Trail, which really captured the imagination of people in Lincoln – both locals and visitors – so we jumped at the chance to support the Knights’ Trail.

 

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CHESTNUT HOMES TEAM SADDLE UP FOR CHARITY CYCLE

CHESTNUT HOMES TEAM SADDLE UP FOR CHARITY CYCLE

A team of staff from Chestnut Homes got on their bikes to ride a route across Lincolnshire, raising cash for three charities.

 

A team of employees from the housebuilder tackled the Castle to Coast to Castle (C2C2C) cycle ride, a 100-mile event which runs from Lincoln Castle across the county.

 

The route heads out of Lincoln and across the Wolds, to the coast at Anderby Creek and down to Chapel St Leonards, before heading back again.

 

Chestnut Homes’ Land and Development Director Neil Kempster said: “We had a great day taking part in the C2C2C, which we all found to be a gruelling but worthwhile challenge.

 

“We are pleased to have raised some money for the C2C2C’s three named charities – the MS Society, St Barnabas Hospice and Cyclists Fighting Cancer – which are all very deserving causes.

 

“We’re all proud to have taken part, and of the team’s combined efforts.”

 

Chestnut Homes is one of several Lincolnshire companies which entered teams into the C2C2C.

 

The housebuilder, which is based in Langworth, near Lincoln, often carries out fundraising for charity, and has been a supporter of St Barnabas Hospice for several years.

 

The C2C2C charity bike ride was established in 2011 as a way to encourage more people to get cycling. The event has since grown in size and stature, and the 2016 ride was completely sold out.

 

All money raised during the C2C2C for the three charities will be spent in Lincolnshire.

 

For more information on the C2C2C, visit www.c2c2c.co.uk

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CONSTRUCTION BARON CONTINUES HIS LOCAL TOUR

CONSTRUCTION BARON CONTINUES HIS LOCAL TOUR

4th August 2016

 Our Baron, one of the 25 which lined the streets of Lincoln for the Baron’s Charter Trail last year has visited a primary school and a legal firm over the past couple of months.

 

The Construction Baron visited Dunholme St Chad’s Primary School in Dunholme before the school holidays, before moving on to Chattertons Solicitors’ headquarters in Lincoln city centre.

 

The visit to Dunholme St Chad’s and Chattertons marks the latest stops on the Construction Baron’s recent tour of the area – the figure was previously loaned to the Best Western Plus Hotel & Spa on Newark Road, South Hykeham.

 

Anyone who is interested in having the Baron visit their community group, school or business should email laura.chamberlain@chestnuthomes.co.uk

 

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VILLAGE HALL PROJECT RECEIVES £30,000 BOOST

VILLAGE HALL PROJECT RECEIVES £30,000 BOOST

7th June 2016

Chestnut Homes has pledged a total of £30,000 to the Spirit of Scothern group, which is looking at options on how to update and revitalise the nearly 60-year-old venue.

 

The group has been working with University of Lincoln design students and consulting with the residents of Scothern about how best to proceed.

 

Langworth-based Chestnut Homes, which is building homes at The Grange in Scothern, has contributed £10,000 to the project up front and pledged to make two further payments of £10,000 to support the initiative.

 

Chestnut Homes started work earlier this year at The Grange, off Heath Road in Scothern.

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CHESTNUT HOMES IN THE MARKET RASEN OPEN GARDENS

CHESTNUT HOMES IN THE MARKET RASEN OPEN GARDENS

31st July 2014

Chestnut Homes are supporting the Market Rasen Open Gardens & Summer Market this Saturday 2nd August - and you're invited! Organised by the local Rotary Club, the event aims to raise money for the local community. As well as fantastic gardens  be opened to the public, there will be a wide selection of stalls in the Market Place.

Come and visit the Chestnut Homes' stall and then take a stroll to the sales information centre on Willingham Road, where you can take a look around our stunning showhome, enjoy a glass of wine and  enter a raflle to win a superb selection of gardening goodies!

The sales information centre and showhome is open daily from 10.30 - 5.30, and can be found on Willingham Road.

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PROUD TO BE SPONSORING BOSTON FLOODAID!

PROUD TO BE SPONSORING BOSTON FLOODAID!

24th July 2014

Chestnut Homes are proud to be sponsoring the big event that is taking place in Boston this weekend - BOSTON FLOODAID.

Boston Flood Aid was initially set up after the floods of December the 5th in Boston, Lincolnshire, with the aim of raising as much money as possible to go towards all the flood victims. It was a devastating time for many people in the town and it is hoped that this local event will go some way to helping all those people affected.

Flood Aid: Music is to be held on Saturday 26th July from 10am - 11pm in Central Park, Boston, with a great line up of local talent performing throughout the day. Flood Aid: Family then takes place  on Sunday 27th July, from 10am - 4pm with loads of things going on for the family, such as bouncy castle, face painting, graffiti boards and much more!!

Information regarding ticket prices etc can be found at: www.floodaidboston2014

So, for a great day out get yourself down to Central Park in Boston this weekend!

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C2C2C CYCLE CHALLENGE!

26th June 2014

'Team Chestnut' are bravely partaking in the Lincoln C2C2C Cycle challenge today from Lincoln to Skegness and back again! It's all in aid of charity, so we're right behind you...well.. from the comfort of our office chairs!! So good luck to Marc and Vince - you brave people!!!!

The two charities that will benefit from today's efforts are:

Cyclists Fighting Cancer: gives bikes, adapted trikes and tandems to children and young people whose lives have been affected by cancer, something as simple as a bike makes a remarkable difference to their daily lives and brings back smiles

Different Strokes: a registered charity providing a unique, free service to younger stroke survivors. The services and the number of stroke survivors benefiting from them have grown dramatically since the charity formed in 1996, it is run by stroke survivors for stroke survivors, for active self help and mutual support.

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SKEGNESS

SKEGNESS

Skegness is the seaside town based in the East Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, 43 miles east of Lincoln.

 

The town is popularly known as Skeg, Skeggy, Costa del Skeg, Skegvegas, or ‘the Blackpool of the East Coast’. It has a famous mascot, the Jolly Fisherman who bears the slogan - "Skegness is so bracing" - a reference to the chilly prevailing north-easterly winds that frequently blow off the North Sea.

 

Each year, Skegness attracts thousand of visitors from all over the UK with attractions such as its clean beaches, the outdoor pool, the Embassy Centre, Butlins, arcades, the fair, donkey rides, donuts and of course, its good old-fashioned fish and chips.

 

Chestnut Homes was founded in 1988 and has been building quality homes across Lincolnshire ever since. Find out more about our Chestnut Homes here > http://www.chestnuthomes.co.uk/find-a-new-home/

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LINCOLN CATHEDRAL

LINCOLN CATHEDRAL

Lincoln Cathedral is centrally located in the city of Lincoln and is based at the top of Steep Hill – making it an imposing feature, which can be seen from miles around the city.

 

Built in 1088, the cathedral is the third largest in Britain after St Paul's and York Minster. It was the tallest building in the world for 238 years (1311 – 1549).

 

According to the cathedral website, over £1 million a year is spent keeping the cathedral in shape for the 200,000 people that visit the cathedral each year.

 

Chestnut Homes was founded in 1988 and has been building quality homes across Lincolnshire ever since. Find out more about our Chestnut Homes and our developments in Lincoln here > http://www.chestnuthomes.co.uk/find-a-new-home/

 

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LINCOLN CASTLE

LINCOLN CASTLE

Built almost 1000 years ago by William the Conquerer, Lincoln castle is famously home to one of four last remaining official copies of the Magna Carta.

 

From 2010 to 2015 Lincoln Castle underwent a major £22m restoration project with funding from Heritage Lottery Fund, Lincolnshire County Council, European Regional Development Fund, David Ross Foundation and private donations.  The project involved the restoration of the castle's curtain wall and creation of a new 360 degree Medieval Wall Walk atop the castle's ancient ramparts, restoration and re-interpretation of the Victorian Prison, and the building of a new vault to house Magna Carta and Charter of the Forest with a widescreen cinema for showing films about the documents.

 

Chestnut Homes was founded in 1988 and has been building quality homes across Lincolnshire ever since. Find out more about our Chestnut Homes and our developments in Lincoln here > http://www.chestnuthomes.co.uk/find-a-new-home/

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BOTTLE & GLASS

BOTTLE & GLASS

Situated in the idyllic rural setting of Scothern and positioned adjacent to the village’s babbling brook is the popular historic local pub, the Bottle & Glass.

 

The pub consists of a log bar area at the front, a large dining room at the back, with a pleasant garden area for you to wine and dine alfresco during the summer months.

 

Even the likes of Prince William have been spotted enjoying a pie and cider in the Bottle & Glass when visiting the area.

 

The Bottle & Glass is just a short walk away from our popular new development, The Grange.

 

Chestnut Homes was founded in 1988 and has been building quality homes across Lincolnshire ever since. Find out more about our Chestnut Homes and our developments in Lincoln here > http://www.chestnuthomes.co.uk/find-a-new-home/

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