A helping hand to a local school

14 / 07 / 2017 | Hazeley in the Community

Having successfully sold all of the properties at one of our most recent developments, Chancellor’s Farm in Stratford Sub Castle, we and our agent, Goadsby, paid a visit to the nearby Stratford Sub Castle Primary School to donate some much needed funds towards their outdoor pursuits.

Pictured left to right is Head Teacher Kay Bridson, pupil Zak Kingsnorth, Delia Edwards of Hazeley Developments and Jamie Mant of Goadsby Estate Agents.

Delia from Hazeley Developments said “The Chancellor’s Farm scheme is Hazeley Developments’ first experience of building in the Salisbury area.  We are delighted by the positive response we have had from the community in Stratford Sub Castle who have given very positive feedback on our restoration of Orchard House as well as the four new homes we have built.  When we were contacted by David Mills, Governor at Stratford Sub Castle Primary School, we were delighted to help.  We had a fantastically warm welcome from all the pupils and staff when we attended their ‘Smiley Face’ assembly and are thrilled that the money we have donated will assist in upgrading the school’s all weather surface.”

Jamie of Goadsby said “It was a delight to have now sold all of the luxury homes built by the highly regarded Hazeley Developments and it felt really rewarding to be part of the school’s assembly. We as a company hope to help them out further in the future, as the work that the staff and governors do at Stratford Sub Castle Primary School, as well as other Schools, on a diminishing annual budget is to be highly commended.”