Lovell Homes donates furniture to local Women’s Aid group
Lovell Homes, the housebuilder behind a 133-home development in Kinghorn, has donated furniture used in show homes to a local women’s charity that helps those suffering domestic abuse.
Fife Women’s Aid will use furniture from the Lochside Grange development to improve emergency accommodation for those fleeing domestic abuse.
Furniture donated includes sofas, tables and chairs along with items such as vases, curtains and window blinds.
Lochside Grange contains a total of 133 properties with a mix of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom houses with the development now sold out.
Kevin McColgan, Scotland regional managing director for Lovell Homes, said: “I am pleased the furniture from our Show Homes in Kinghorn can be used to help women in the local area facing fleeing domestic abuse. It is important that we always try and give back to the local community wherever possible.
“We will be seeking to do something similar our other sites in Scotland under construction at Hogganfield near Glasgow, Telburn Way in Bannockburn and Cearon Gate in Falkirk.”
Carol from Fife Women’s Aid added: “We are grateful to Lovell for kindly donating furnishings from their show home. We will use this generous donation to help women fleeing domestic abuse to feel safe, secure and as comfortable as possible while they are with us.”