From 11.30am-4pm, visitors are invited to visit the Redrow Homes South Midlands Bloxham Vale development on Bloxham Road for a day of fun-filled activities for all ages.
Guests will be treated to a ‘cuddle experience’, arranged by a local petting farm, and will have the opportunity to get up close with a host of friendly animals, including goats and baby rabbits. For younger visitors looking to polish their artistic skills, there will be an arts and craft workshop.
Visitors are invited to find out more about the beauty and practicality of the Redrow homes, which offer a superb balance between family life and personal space, and prices start from £353,950 for a detached three-bedroom home. The four-bedroom, ready-made York and Stratford are also available, giving future homeowners the possibility to move in straight away.
Tonia Tyler, sales director for Redrow Homes (South Midlands), said: “Our developments are built with families in mind, and we are pleased to provide the community with an opportunity to get together here at Bloxham Vale.
“Spring is a wonderful time of the year, so we look forward to welcoming local people to join us for what promises to be a fantastic day full of fun and animal cuddles.”
Bloxham Vale is set to be a picturesque development surrounded by open fields and charming rural villages. Situated just a few minutes’ drive from Banbury, and with direct trains to London in less than an hour, the superb location offers the benefits of a rural setting with excellent travel links. The development is also an ideal location for families, with a number of schools and GP surgeries close-by, as well as shopping and amenities in nearby Banbury.
For more information about Bloxham Vale, please call 01295 369 592 or see: www.redrow.co.uk/developments/bloxham-vale-oxfordshire
"Spring is a wonderful time of the year, so we look forward to welcoming local people to join us for what promises to be a fantastic day full of fun and animal cuddles."
Tonia Tyler, sales director
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