THE Weston Christmas Light Display – a highlight of the local community calendar – is set to be extra sparkly as Lovell Homes and Latimer, the development arm of Clarion Housing Group, have donated £500 to support its fundraising efforts for The Donna Louise Children’s Hospice.
Each year the Weston Christmas Light Display illuminates the village of Weston – located near Crewe – from 2 to 28 December and raises money for The Donna Louise Children’s Hospice which provides care for children and young people with life limiting conditions.
Anne-Marie O’Doherty, regional sales director at Lovell Homes North West, said: “We’re delighted to support the Weston Christmas Light Display and The Donna Louise Children’s Hospice. The lights bring so much festive cheer – which is particularly needed this year – and the hospice is such a terrific place that helps so many children and their families.
“We’ve been on site at Weston Woods, our 99-home development located in the heart of the village, since August this year and the first residents have already moved in. However, we’ve been working and speaking with Weston residents, the schools, and Cheshire East Council members for a much longer time and wanted to give back to the community we now feel a part of in a meaningful way.”
Weston Woods is an exclusive 99-home development delivered by Lovell Homes in partnership with Latimer comprising three, four and five-bedroom homes and two- and three-bedroom bungalows with prices starting off-plan from £262,995. The community includes 30 affordable homes.
Graham Witter, event founder and organiser of the Weston Christmas Light Display, said: "I would like to say a big thank you to Lovell Homes and Latimer for their generous support. The £500 donation will be added to the total and I would like to invite the whole community to support this year’s fundraising efforts. Let’s make some festive memories this December!”
As well as providing new homes for the area, Lovell Homes, alongside Latimer, will be creating 1.36ha of public open space, a new children’s play area located towards the east of the development and attenuation pond to the south. The housebuilder will also be contributing funds to support the improvement of the area’s education services.