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Image for Eggs-travaganza at Gloucester school

Easter came early for students at a Gloucestershire school as a local housebuilder donated hundreds of chocolate eggs.

Staff from Bovis Homes gave out more than 300 Easter eggs to the pupils at The Milestone School, which teaches children with special needs aged between 3 and 16, before they left for their half-term break.

“It was lovely to meet all the children and wish them a happy Easter!” says Bovis Homes regional marketing manager, Stephanie Spry. “We’ve selected the Chamwell Centre, which is a special facility set to be built on the grounds of The Milestone School, as our charity of the year. This visit was a great opportunity to find out more about the benefits the centre will bring ... more

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Image for Winchester Village provides the perfect home for Hampshire family

Over the last couple of years, Winchester Village has grown into a flourishing new community with Bovis Homes welcoming families, young professionals and retired couples to the vibrant Hampshire neighbourhood.

Simona Gattorno and Francesco Shankar, and their two children, moved into their new house last year and are delighted to now call Winchester Village home.

“We were living in Romsey, but we wanted to move closer to the kids’ school,” says Simona. “Winchester Village is perfect – it is a great location and the hous... more

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Image for New-build strikes right chord for Shrewsbury downsizers

Music lovers Geoff and Vicky Kirkland found that a new-build home in Shrewsbury hit all the right notes when it came to downsizing in their retirement.

Geoff, 75, and Vicky, 70, who will be celebrating their golden wedding anniversary next June, were in perfect harmony when it came to their decision to move to Bovis Homes’ popular Bowbrook Meadows location.

style="width: 540px; margin-top: 0px;">Guitar-playing Geoff, who worked as a navigator in the RAF for 16 years and for 21 years in the process control engineering industry, says that they have found all they could have wished for and more in their new home – even down to the assistance received when purchasing the ... more

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Image for Buyers can benefit with a special six months mortgage-paid offer!

Bovis Homes’ buyers will have a spring in their step this season as the Southern Counties region is offering a mortgage-paid offer on reservations taken before 31st May.

The housebuilder will pay six months of mortgage on selected plots across its Southern Counties region, saving the purchaser thousands.

With homes available across Berkshire and Hampshire, as well as locations in Oxfordshire and Wiltshire, the Southern Counties region has a wide selection of properties suitable for all... more

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Image for Teignmouth explorer triples Sahara fundraising target as Bear Grylls’ tips see him through!

An explorer from Teignmouth, inspired by Bear Grylls, raised £1,500 for the charity that helped his brother by trekking the Sahara with the support of his housebuilder colleagues.

James Phillips, land manager at Bovis Homes, tripled his fundraising target for charity Bliss, which looks after the families of premature and sick babies, by completing an eight-day challenge - his first-ever trek.

Meeting camel spiders and other exotic wildlife along the way, the 25-year-old used tips from the TV survival instructor, to look out for snakes and scorpions and to keep hydrated – with the help of two guides and fou... more

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Image for Rising star follows in dad’s footsteps at Gloucestershire housebuilder

Given his parents met while working at Bovis Homes more than 30 years ago, Charlie Bond has always had a close connection to the Gloucestershire housebuilder.

And it is a connection getting stronger by the day as he is now a rising star at the Bishop’s Cleeve-based business.

Charlie, area sales manager at the company’s Western region, followed his dad Peter into the sales side of the business. His mum Jane was working in administration when the pair met ba... more

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Image for Essington builder reveals how he will leave a legacy in the Staffordshire village

Pete Butler is assistant site manager at Bovis Homes’ Essington location. Pete’s parents have lived in the village for 40 years and he wants to leave a legacy through his work. Here, he discusses what’s great about the location and what’s next for the housebuilder.

- How would you sum up your job role in one sentence?

As assistant site manager, my role is to aid the manager to direct trades in such a way as to help us achieve the ultimate goal of producing quality homes in a safe manner, to timescales set out at the start of t... more

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Image for Bovis Homes to deliver more much-needed homes to Kent

Housebuilder Bovis Homes is to deliver much-needed new homes to Ash, after completing the purchase of land in the village.

The land acquired by the company has outline planning permission for 90 new homes, including 27 properties allocated as affordable, to be delivered by a housing association. 

Doug Law, land director at Bovis Homes’ South East region, which is headquartered in Kent, says: “We’re delighted to have completed the acquisition of this land and look forward to progressing the reserved matters approval for these homes. We remain committed to ensuring any development brings positive enhancements to the exi... more

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Image for Malvern garden challenge will take visitors back to school

A local housebuilder has stepped in to help a Worcestershire school take on the RHS Malvern Spring Festival’s School Garden Challenge for a second consecutive year.

Malvern Wells CE Primary School has received sponsorship from Bovis Homes for its entry into this year’s annual event. It is hoped that their creation, which is titled, will bring back childhood memories for visitors.

“The theme we were given for the festival this year was ‘,’” says Chris Bayley, a volunteer parent at the school. “We had some brilliant ideas from the pupils and after casting a vote,... more

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Image for Oxfordshire house hunters get first chance to reserve new homes at VIP event

All types of home seekers are invited to Bovis Homes’ VIP Homebuyer event in Bicester on Saturday.

And visitors who reserve a property on the day at the housebuilder’s Kingsmere location on Thirsk Way, off Pioneer Way, will receive a professional landscaped garden package worth £3,000.

Paul Bennison, regional marketing manager at Bovis Homes, said: “We’re so proud of our Kingsmere location in Bicester and this is the perfect opportunity for home buyers to visit us and see the wonderful homes w... more

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