13th April 2015
Easter visitors turn detectives in search for the chicks
Visitors at our developments across the county got into the spirit of Easter by joining the search for a chick within our showhomes over the Bank Holiday weekend.
We invited visitors to turn detectives to hunt out the toy chicks, which were hidden around our showhomes in Market Rasen, Boston, Coningsby and Alford.
Every visitor who found a chick swapped their furry find for an Easter egg and was also entered into a prize draw to win a £500 holiday voucher.
The search for the chicks was inspired by Colin the chick, the star of our spring advertising. Over the course of the advertising campaign, followers will have seen Colin meet Katie and move up to a new Chestnut home which is big enough to accommodate their new brood of chicks.
David Newton, Managing Director of Chestnut Homes, said: “The search for the chicks was a fun way for us to mark Easter with an activity which all of the family could take part in.
“It was great to see our visitors getting involved by turning ‘deteggtives’ and searching out the chicks in our showhomes. Thanks to everyone who dropped by our developments over Easter weekend, as they all really got into the spirit of the occasion.
“Everyone who found a chick was entered into a prize draw to win a £500 holiday voucher, so we’ll be drawing the winner shortly and letting them know the good news.”
The search for the chicks took place in our showhomes at Hunters Place in Market Rasen, Willoughby Chase in Alford, Kings Manor in Coningsby, and Riverside in Boston.Back To News