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Tuesday December 17 2019

Countryside teaches health and safety to Wigan pupils


Home builder, Countryside, is educating pupils in Wigan on the importance of staying safe around construction sites, as part of its ongoing community safety initiative.



Countryside teaches health and safety to Wigan pupils

Home builder, Countryside, is educating pupils in Wigan on the importance of staying safe around construction sites, as part of its ongoing community safety initiative. 

 

Countryside paid a visit to Bickershaw Church of England Primary School to teach the children a lesson in health and safety when playing or walking past its nearby Belmont Place development, on Nixon Philips Drive. 

 

The informative presentation was given to all 146 pupils at the school and explained the potential hazards to look out for when around a construction site. The children were also shown how the construction workers stay safe while working, through the use of props and demonstrations.

 

Ian Kelley, Chief Executive, Partnerships North, Countryside, commented: “Ensuring the safety of local residents is our highest priority when building new developments. A vital part of our health and safety initiative involves visiting local primary schools to talk to the children about the potential dangers of live sites, teaching them how to stay safe. Thank you to Bickershaw Primary School for welcoming us and we hope the pupils found the assembly informative and fun.”

 

The Hindley Green development is the second collection of new homes by the home builder within the area, following on its successful Barrowcroft Green site in Standish. 

 

Belmont Place offers a selection of three and four bedroom homes, available through a number of home buying initiatives such as the Help to Buy scheme. For more information about the new homes go to https://belmont-place.co.uk/ or visit the sales office at Belmont Place,10 Nixon Philips Drive (off Smiths Lane), Hindley Green, WN2 4UQ. 



" A vital part of our health and safety initiative involves visiting local primary schools to talk to the children about the potential dangers of live sites, teaching them how to stay safe."
Ian Kelley, Countryside








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