As part of its commitment to support local organisations and create thriving communities, Redrow Homes South Midlands, which is currently building at Caddington Woods is working with Caddington Village School and Slip End Village School to create a mosaic display.
The initiative sees more than 200 pupils designing and painting the individual tiles to reflect local and nature-related themes, including ‘wildlife’, ‘woodland’ and ‘Caddington’. Upon completion, their work will be combined and displayed in Caddington’s new community centre.
Tonia Tyler, sales director at Redrow Homes South Midlands, said: “Ensuring we give back to local people and organisations is one of our key priorities here at Redrow Homes, so we are thrilled to be teaming up with Caddington Village School and Slip End Village School for this community artwork project.
“The chosen themes reflect what Caddington is all about, from nature and woodlands to wildlife and community. We’d like to say a big thank you to the pupils for their creativity – we can’t wait to see the completed mosaic featured in the new community centre.”
Located just three miles from Luton and Dunstable, Caddington is a large village within Bedfordshire where it is surrounded by agricultural land. With direct trains to London, just 36 miles south, Caddington Woods is perfectly placed for commuters. At the same time, the development also provides a delightful rural position in the small hamlet of Chaul End, overlooking vast areas of open countryside including the local golf course.
For more information about Caddington Woods, please visit: www.redrow.co.uk/developments/caddington-woods-chaul-end or call 0158 278 8194.
"Wed like to say a big thank you to the pupils for their creativity we cant wait to see the completed mosaic featured in the new community centre."
Tonia Tyler, sales director
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