Homebuilder’s school cash boost

Pupils Eccleston Mere Primary School
Pupils Eccleston Mere Primary School
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Property developer Taylor Wimpey has kicked off Eccleston Mere School’s latest project with a £500 cash boost towards its outdoor theatre fund.

The cash is being used to build an outdoor stage and seating area for the children to put on dance and drama performances throughout the school year.

Pupils Eccleston Mere Primary School

Pupils Eccleston Mere Primary School

Headteacher Yvonne Kirk said: “Our fundraising activity throughout the course of the school year goes a long way toward supporting the day-to-day running on the school, as well as any additional improvements or enhancements we’d like to make during the course of the year.

“We’re delighted to receive any contribution – big or small – and have been blown away by Taylor Wimpey’s generous donation to the school.”

Eccleston Mere Primary School neighbours Taylor Wimpey’s Cunningham Grange development, in St Helens, where the developer has only a limited number of family-sized properties available.

Sue Irving, sales manager for Taylor Wimpey North West, added: “Being so close to Eccleston Mere Primary School, we’re only too happy to contribute to what promises to be a fantastic venture for the children and the wider community.

“We hope that our contribution goes some way to boosting the school’s theatre fund and look forward to working with Eccleston Mere again in the future.”

For further information on the Cunningham Grange development please visit www.taylorwimpey.co.uk.