Foodbank donation helps spread some Christmas cheer
Telford Crisis Support foodbank has received a donation of advent calendars to help spread cheer during the festive season.
We've donated 65 calendars to the foodbank, which is just over nine miles from the 118 new homes we are building in partnership with Countryside Partnerships at our Charlton Gardens development.
Telford Crisis Support (TCS) is an independent charity and multibank that provides a wide range of services to individuals and families across Telford and Wrekin and its Shropshire border area.
Simon Lellow, operations manager at Telford Crisis Support said: “On behalf of the children and young adults we are providing support to over the coming weeks, we would like to say a big thank you to the staff and management of Bromford for their kind donation of advent calendars, they will make a welcome addition to our food support parcels.”
Catherine Jarrett, director of sales and marketing at Bromford said, “As we embrace the spirit of giving this Christmas period, we are thrilled to be able to support the Telford Crisis Support food bank.
"We hope that through this donation of advent calendars, we brighten the days of families facing hardship and bring a touch of joy to their holiday season. We hope that this small gesture symbolizes our commitment to supporting our communities and ensures that everyone feels the warmth and comfort of Christmas."
Charlton Gardens, situated at Apley Farm, is a sought-after development comprised of two, three and four-bedroom rental and shared ownership homes, designed and built by five-star builders Countryside Properties.
Prices for our shared ownership homes start from £86,000 with a 40% share value. Enquire now to benefit from a £750 build your own offer, with the new home’s provider putting the funds towards white goods, legal fees, furniture or the cost of their home.