Taylor Wimpey

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Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has donated £1,000 to Chris Ewing Karate (CEK) based in Musselburgh on behalf of local development at Ravensheugh, St Clements Wells, Wallyford. Commenting on the support that it has received from Taylor Wimpey East Scotland, Chris Ewing, director of CEK said: &ldqu

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Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has donated £500 to the Penicuik & District Men’s Shed in recognition of Men's Health Awareness Week (13-19 June). The money provides a boost to provide materials it requires to kit out the resource it now has within the Penicuik YMCA following its recent

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Taylor Wimpey East Scotland recently challenged the Primary 5 and Primary 6 pupils of Holy Family Primary and Winchburgh Primary to design a flag to welcome customers and visitors to its Auldcathie View development in Winchburgh. The winning flag design was created by a pupil from Primary 6 at Holy

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Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has submitted detailed plans to West Lothian Council for the provision of 190 new and affordable homes on land located near Beatlie Road, within Winchburgh. This proposed development, Seton Rise, located near Beatlie Road in Winchburgh, is expected to deliver 190 new home

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Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has donated £1,000 to support the completion and maintenance of the new urban woodland site planted at Nelson Park in Armadale as part of The Queen’s Green Canopy project to mark The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. The donation to West Lothian Council’s

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Children at Hillview Primary School’s Eco Committee in Barrhead have been busy designing their own bird boxes as part of a sustainability challenge set by the local Taylor Wimpey development to encourage more wildlife into private gardens.

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Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has recently donated £1,000 to a local charity based in Paisley called Who Cares? Scotland. Who Cares? Scotland is Scotland’s only national independent membership organisation for Care Experienced people, that is people who are, or have been, in care such as c

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Taylor Wimpey West Scotland went back to school to give Primary 4-7 children of Mossneuk Primary in East Kilbride some reminders about health and safety. As construction of new homes at Taylor Wimpey West Scotland’s development of new homes at Amble Court, off Jackton Road, Jacktonhall in East

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Bilston Community Garden volunteers Donna Hogg and Ian Tucker with Taylor Wimpey sales executive Lisa Whigham Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has provided Bilston Community Garden with 30 trees to plant to mark The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

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Taylor Wimpey West Scotland is supporting the Lighthouse Club’s latest ‘Help inside the hardhat’ campaign as the charity campaigns to raise awareness of poor mental health generally within the construction industry. The Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity is the only charity t

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The return of the annual Dunbar Rugby Football Club’s annual minis tournament, sponsored by Taylor Wimpey East Scotland, has been a huge success with hundreds of children taking part. This year’s event was staged at Hallhill Sports Centre in Dunbar on Sunday 15 May and was as popular as

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Mark Castle, the former chief operating officer of Mace, has joined the board of Taylor Wimpey as a non-executive director. Mr Castle, stepped down as Mace COO last April after 16 years in the role, previously held executive roles at Structuretone and Wates.

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