Leading housebuilder David Wilson Homes has recently donated £1,000 to help a local organisation continue to craft creative ways to keep litter off the streets in Cheshire.

Working Title Artists Collective based in Northwich, aims to encourage more people to care for and nurture local community spaces.

With the donation, the organisation plans to run and develop their new project 'Plastic Imagineers', transforming collected litter into helpful tools such as brushes to help renovate local community spaces.

The donation was made through the David Wilson Homes' 'Our Space Your Place' community initiative, aiming to support community projects and local charities throughout the North West.

Beth Barlow, a member of Working Title Artists Collective, said, “Without donations such as the one provided by David Wilson Homes, we wouldn't' be able to develop our exciting new projects.

“It is so important we do all we can to care for our community spaces. The generous donation has allowed us to continue to work tirelessly within the local spaces, creating a better place to live for everyone.”

David Wilson Homes is currently building at Stanneylands in Wilmslow, nearby to where the organisation is based.

Lynton Dudgeon, Sales Director at David Wilson Homes North West, said: “We are delighted to be able to support the local Working Title Artists Collectives with a donation.

“We hope that the funding helps not just the organisation but also the thriving communities living locally to our developments!”

There is currently a collection of four bedroom homes for sale at Stanneylands, with prices starting from £499,995.

To register an interest in any of the properties available to reserve at Stanneylands, please visit the on-site sales centre and show homes on Little Stanneylands, open: Monday 12:30pm to 5:30pm and Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-5:30pm.

For more information on Our Space Your Place, please visit: www.ourspaceyourplace.co.uk.

 

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