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School play area funded by Midlands homebuilder

Luxury Midlands homebuilder Lockley Homes has donated £5,000 to pay for a village school’s new adventure trail.

Colwall Church of England Primary School is in the village of Colwall, a large village and civil parish just west of Malvern Hills, on the Herefordshire and Worcestershire border, where Lockley Homes is currently completing an exclusive development.

The school will add the donation to their playground fundraising fund which will be put towards buying a trim trail activity structure in the coming term. The trail includes a series of rope swings, climbing ladders and wooden stepping poles.

Karl Lockley, joint managing director of Lockley Homes, said: “We always like to invest in the communities surrounding our developments so that everyone living, working and playing in the area benefits.

“We’re delighted to have linked up with the local primary school and have also organised for a tree planting activity with the children in the near future”

Olivia Harriman, on behalf of The Friends Fundraising Group at Colwall Primary School, said: “I’d like to say a big thank you to Lockley Homes for funding this new adventure trim trail.

“It’s a wonderful facility that enables children to enjoy physical activity and will be a fantastic new addition to the outdoor provision.”

Founded in 2010 by Tom and Karl Lockley, Lockley Homes is an independent housebuilder with a growing reputation for producing luxury accommodation, particularly for its bungalow developments which are bucking the industry trend for maximum units on every site.

Lockley Homes is currently developing Kingsbrooke, an exclusive development of just ten luxury homes in Colwall, Herefordshire, which includes four of its new “Sky Bungalow” concept.