11th October 2016
Kids play it safe after Chestnut Homes donate new fencing
Children will be able to play safely in a play area in Langworth after the installation of a new fence.
Langworth Parish Council appealed to local businesses to help fund the replacement of the old fencing at the play area, off Station Road.
And we were pleased to help, donating £2,739 to cover the cost of buying and installing the fence.
Maxine Soroka, Clerk for Langworth Parish Council, said: “The old fence was becoming very dangerous for young children – there were sharp edges and a lot of holes in the fence leading to the main road.
“We’ve just had the new fence installed and we’ve already received lots of positive comments from parents, who are pleased to see it replaced. It’s really improved the play area, it looks tidier and it’s much safer.
“We’d like to thank Chestnut Homes for their generous donation, which has made the project possible.”
Our headquarters are based less than a mile from the playground, in the Old School building off Wragby Road, and we're currently building 30 new homes in nearby Scothern.
David Newton, Managing Director of Chestnut Homes, said: “The old fencing had become worn over time and wasn’t fit for purpose anymore, so we were more than happy to help Langworth Parish Council with funding to replace it.
“The new fence looks great and has made the play area safe again, so we’re pleased that we could help.”Back To News