30 May 2019
The award-winning homebuilder has donated money towards new plants and flowers for the school, as well as a gardening kit, including spades, trowels, forks, leaf and soil rakes, and gloves, to encourage more children to get outdoors this summer.
CALA Homes previously supported the school as part of its 2018 Community Bursary scheme, which invited organisations, charities and groups across West Sussex to apply to help fund projects which make an important difference in the community. The donation from CALA Homes, which is building its Cresswell Park development nearby on Roundstone Lane, was utilised by the school to purchase new books for their brand new purpose built library.
Mrs Claire New, Headteacher at East Preston Infant School said: “We are thrilled with this kind donation from CALA Homes which is a great way to get the children more involved in gardening. Children can learn new skills, have fun and develop self-confidence by spending time in the garden which is something we actively encourage. This new equipment will help get the children engaged with the school gardens as well as create a more attractive environment for everyone to enjoy. We would like to say thank you to CALA Homes for the continued support.”
Nicki Dennis, Sales and Marketing Director for CALA Homes (South Home Counties) said: “Creating beautiful places to live is at the heart of what we do and gardens can play an important role in our sense of well-being. We hope this gardening kit donation will help encourage younger generations to get involved and develop a passion for gardening. We are committed to supporting the local communities in which we build and are delighted to partner with East Preston Infant School again. We hope the children enjoy using the new equipment and make the most of the sunshine this summer.”
Cresswell Park comprises a stylish collection of two, three, four and five bedroom houses and one bedroom apartments, providing idyllic family living less than three miles from the coast in Angmering.
Situated a few miles between the popular seaside towns of Littlehampton and Worthing, Angmering’s charming village centre features a 12th century church, independent boutiques, convenience stores, hair salon and other amenities. There are also several traditional pubs offering excellent food and hospitality. Brighton’s many cultural delights are a little further along the coast, while the South Downs National Park and beauty spot of Highdown Hill are just a couple of miles to the north.
Angmering station provides regular trains to London, Brighton and Portsmouth, with services to London Victoria taking around two hours. By road, the A27 offers direct links to Worthing, Chichester and Brighton, and Gatwick Airport is just a 34 mile drive from Cresswell Park.
For further information about the homes at Cresswell Park, priced from £210,000 to £525,000, please contact the marketing suite which is open daily from 10am to 5pm; call 01903 334 860 or visit www.cala.co.uk.