Taylor Wimpey East Scotland flies the flag for Roslin primary school
Taylor Wimpey East Scotland challenged the Primary 5 and 6 pupils of Roslin Primary School to design a flag to welcome customers and visitors to the sales information centre and show homes at its Sinclair Gardens development in the Midlothian village of Roslin.
The winning flag design by Primary 5 pupil Zofia Swierczynskka has been produced into a flag that proudly flies at the entrance to the development to provide a warm and colourful welcome to everyone visiting Sinclair Gardens.
Zofia won a £50 book token and she recently visited the development to see her flag in-situ. The standard of the entries was so high that further entries were also chosen to form part of additional signage at the development to welcome visitors, and each child has received a £20 book token.
The children at Roslin Primary rose to the challenge of this fun competition as Helen Love, head teacher, added: “’We are proud of our learners and the effort and time they put into the designs. They followed the clear design brief and created bold, clear illustrations. Well done to the winners and thanks to Taylor Wimpey for this opportunity.”
Kirsty McGill, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey East Scotland, said: “We recognise the importance of making sure that we support the communities in which we build our new homes. It has been our pleasure to work with Roslin Primary on this project to strengthen and extend our links once again with the local community of Roslin.”