Taylor Wimpey

Taylor Wimpey shows support to Easter event in Cranbrook

National housebuilder Taylor Wimpey helped make Easter special for Cranbrook residents this year after donating chocolate Easter eggs towards a family-fun event.

Annie’s Balloons and Bouncy Castles , an event organiser based in Exeter, put together the Cranbrook Easter Fun Day event which took place on 1st April at the Younghayes Centre. The event welcomed residents from Cranbrook...

Taylor Wimpey shows World Book Day support across Devon

Taylor Wimpey is pleased to announce its support towards World Book Day this year with a donation of National Book Tokens vouchers to selected schools nearby its developments in Devon.

World Book Day aims to encourage children of all ages to enjoy and appreciate the pleasures of reading, with the mission to offer every child and young person the opportunity to have a book of their...

Taylor Wimpey encourages Cullompton school children to get involved with nature

Children from a school in Cullompton have been getting creative by designing their own bug hotels to be installed at Taylor Wimpey’s nearby Culm Valley Park development.

As part of its aim to encourage biodiversity in and around the community, Taylor Wimpey Exeter invited children at Willowbank Primary School to get involved with nature by asking them to design and paint their own...

Taylor Wimpey helps Cullompton Ladies RFC get ready for the season with donation

Cullompton Ladies RFC is over the moon after recently receiving support towards its upcoming season, thanks to housebuilder, Taylor Wimpey.

Taylor Wimpey Exeter donated £572 towards 2 new sets of warm up t-shirts, ensuring the players in both the Ladies’ teams look the part preparing for their matches.

Cullompton Ladies RFC was established in 1997 and has grown significantly...

Taylor Wimpey announce new site in Cullompton coming soon

Taylor Wimpey Exeter is pleased to announce that it will be launching the first homes for sale at its Culm Valley Park development in Cullompton on Sunday 2nd July.

The Cullompton-based development offers a collection of 105 homes, providing a range of two, three and four-bedroom properties. From first-time buyers to growing families, the development has been designed with areas of...

Taylor Wimpey to invest £700k in Cullompton community

As part of its commitment to supporting its local communities, Taylor Wimpey will be contributing almost £700,000 into improving the area around its upcoming Culm Valley Park development in Cullompton.

Through contributions agreed as part of the planning permission for the development, almost £650,000 will be used to help benefit the education sector around the local area. Over £315,...

Taylor Wimpey helps Cranbrook school ‘grow’ its eco footprint

Taylor Wimpey Exeter recently helped pupils at St Martin’s Primary School in Cranbrook plant 10 new trees to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

The donation from Taylor Wimpey was to support the school’s involvement in The Queen’s Green Canopy campaign, a unique tree planting initiative created to mark Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee this year which invites people from across the...

Work begins on new homes and nature trail in Cullompton

Taylor Wimpey has started work on a community of new homes and green spaces in Cullompton.

Culm Valley Park , off Siskin Chase, will comprise of 105 homes, 30 of which will be provided for rent through the local authority. The development will include a new nature trail park, with around 40% of the total site set aside as green space for the residents of Cullompton to enjoy. The...

Taylor Wimpey continues its support for community parkrun in Cranbrook

As part of its ongoing commitment to supporting the local community, Taylor Wimpey Exeter has donated a further £750 towards parkrun events at Cranbrook Country Park.

The social running event was initially set up in 2019 by Matt Rowett, who is the founder of the Cranbrook Running Club and a resident at Taylor Wimpey’s Cranbrook development.

The initiative originally began as...

Taylor Wimpey helps vulnerable people in Devon over Christmas

Taylor Wimpey Exeter has helped to feed and house vulnerable people across Devon this Christmas by pledging £3,000 worth of support to three county charities.

Staff chose to give £1,000 each to foodbanks in Exeter and Plymouth, as well as to St Petrock’s, Exeter's charity for people who are homeless or vulnerably housed.

Members of the charity committee also created food...