Christmas has come early for our first lucky couple to move into Millfields this year as we’ve been able to give them a real taste and flavour of Lingfield Life.
We’ve welcomed Gary and Sheena Richardson to our neighbourhood in our unique style with a Christmas hamper packed with treats.
The hamper, packed with goodies that have a special connection with life at lingfield include honey produced from our own beehives, vouchers from canteen by Alexander MacMurray through to warm woolies knitted by our very own artist in residence, Becky Sunter of Tabby Textiles.
The hamper wrapped up in a handmade quilt made by Drawn Threads also provided a few muffins and plenty of tea to ensure they get to put their feet up and enjoy a well-deserved rest!
We think it’s a real milestone for us and great to see people living here as well as working here at our thriving business park.
Gary and Sheena are the first couple to move into our unique Millfields housing development – created by Taylor Wimpey – and moves us towards a perfect live-work neighbourhood – and one of the largest sustainable developments in Europe.
Eddie Humphries, our very own estates manager presented our hamper to the lovely couple and said: ” We look forward to the day in the not so distant future that our neighbourhood is buzzing here all the time and not just during business hours.”
Millfields, which are code three eco homes, are being built by Taylor Wimpey and we’ve witnessed remarkable success with a considerable number of off-plan sales since the launch earlier this year.
Fancy a sneaky peak at these unique homes now available at Lingfield Point?