EASTER BUNNY HIDES MORE THAN 100 CHOCOLATE EGGS FOR PUPILS TO FIND

Mon, 26 March

Cotswold Homes sent the Easter Bunny on a special mission this year – to hide more than 100 chocolate eggs at Langley Fitzurse Church of England Primary School at Kington Langley, a hop, skip and jump from the firm’s Chandler’s Mews development in Chippenham.

The firm’s head of sales and marketing, Terri Hayes-Pugh, explained: ‘Langley Fitzurse Primary School is a near neighbour so we decided to make this Easter a memorable one for its pupils.’

In addition to 100 chocolate eggs to be discovered by the children, the firm has provided four big ‘golden eggs’ to be awarded to the pupil in each class who finds the most.

Welcoming Cotswold Homes’ support, the school’s headteacher Kay Vousden said: ‘As a church school, we aim to show that we are distinctively Christian, particularly at this very special time in the church’s year, but we think that the fun aspects of Easter – like egg hunts – are important, too.’

For families seeking ‘nests’ in Wiltshire the Chippenham area is proving to be particularly popular, reports Terri.

‘Our new homes at Chandler’s Mews have been snapped up so fast that we now have only two left to buy,’ she says. ‘All the work has been completed and they are ready for their new owners to move in.’

Terri added: ‘Clearly buyers like the idea that Wiltshire offers an attractive range of lifestyles. Chandler’s Mews is close to Birds Marsh Wood, home to many kinds of wildlife and popular with countryside lovers and walkers.

‘In addition to good shopping, Chippenham buyers benefit from high-speed rail links with London, Bath and Bristol.’

Current prices at Chandler’s Mews start at £309,000 and the fact that there are no hidden extras has played a significant role in attracting purchasers. 

Pictured with Terri Hayes-Pugh of Cotswold Homes are Easter egg hunters at Langley Fitzurse Church of England Primary School.

Terri added: ‘Clearly buyers like the idea that Wiltshire offers an attractive range of lifestyles. Chandler’s Mews is close to Birds Marsh Wood, home to many kinds of wildlife and popular with countryside lovers and walkers.