Housebuilder sponsors BSCS Primary Phase summer fair with £750 donation

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Devri Addison, (right), chair of Friends at BSCS Primary, at the Brooklands Park development in Stoke Gifford.

Housebuilder Crest Nicholson has supported Bradley Stoke Community School (BSCS) Primary Phase by sponsoring their annual summer fair, on behalf of the developer’s nearby Brooklands Park development in Stoke Gifford, located only two and a half miles away.

Crest Nicholson donated a total of £750 towards the event held on Saturday 22nd June 2024, helping to throw an enjoyable day for all pupils, parents and teachers in attendance.

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The summer fair is a much-anticipated highlight of the school year. The parent-run charity Friends at BSCS Primary helps to organise the event and raise funds for the school. Their aim this year is to raise £20,000 to help improve the playground for the pupils to enjoy, as well as providing financial support for parents to help pay for ongoing school trips, musical equipment and other activities throughout the year.

Neil Robinson, head of sales and at Crest Nicholson South West, said:

“We hope everyone at the summer fayre had an enjoyable day out! It is always a pleasure to be able to support the local community on behalf of our developments in the local area.”

Devri Addison, chair of Friends at BSCS Primary, commented:

“Thank you very much to Crest Nicholson for sponsoring our annual summer fayre this year, the sponsorship is greatly appreciated! All those in attendance had a great day and we look forward to working together in the future!”


For commuters, the development is a 12-minute walk to Bristol Parkway railway station, which provides regular services to London Paddington in just over an hour. For those with a car, the M32, M4 and M5 can all be found nearby, linking residents to the wider South West region, while Bristol Airport is just a 40-minute drive away, flying to a range of countries including Malta, Copenhagen and Vienna.

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Prices for a two bedroom home at Brooklands Park start at £312,000, £410,000 for a three-bedroom., whilst a four-bedroom starts at £550,000. At Brooklands Park there are a range of schemes available on select properties to help homebuyers secure their dream home including the SmoothMove scheme, Part Exchange, Deposit Boost, Own New and Part Exchange Plus. For more information call 0117 454 6897 or visit the Brooklands Park page on the Crest Nicholson website.


For details of more school summer fairs taking place in and around Bradley Stoke this year, visit our School Summer Fairs page.

Related link: Developments on Land at Harry Stoke (Stoke Gifford Journal)

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