A glimpse into future of housebuilding

Left to right front row: Stephanie Fox, Harry Carlisle and Charlotte Parkinson ' Year five pupils as St John Vianney Primary School. Left to right back row: Emma Ward, Senior Marketing Manager at Morris Homes, Christina Day, Year five teacher at St John Vianney Primary School.
Left to right front row: Stephanie Fox, Harry Carlisle and Charlotte Parkinson ' Year five pupils as St John Vianney Primary School. Left to right back row: Emma Ward, Senior Marketing Manager at Morris Homes, Christina Day, Year five teacher at St John Vianney Primary School.
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THREE budding young artists from St Helens have been awarded for their vision of the future.

Local housebuilder Morris Homes teamed up with St John Vianney Catholic Primary School in Sutton Heath to launch a competition for children to design how they think homes of the future will look.

Pupils from Year Five visited Morris’ Waterside Village development in St Helens for inspiration before submitting their designs in the competition.

Emma Ward, marketing manager from Morris Homes, visited the school to award Harry Carlisle, Charlotte Parkinson, and Stephanie Fox with prizes for their winning pictures which will now be displayed in the sales office at Waterside Village.

She said: “We’ve enjoyed seeing all of the children’s creative ideas for how they think we’ll live in the future.

“The designs will look fantastic displayed in our sales office at the Waterside Village development.”

Christine Day, the Year Five class teacher, added: “The children had a great time learning about house design with Morris and then imagining their future homes.

“The visit to the site really brought to life the topic of homes and building for the children and inspired them to think about how houses are built.”

For more information about Waterside Village visit the site at Lowfield Lane, Lea Green, call 01744 833 820 or visit morrishomes.co.uk