Pupils at Fairfields Primary School in Milton Keynes enjoyed an eggs-tra special Easter after taking part in a seasonal egg hunt at David Wilson Homes’ Fairfields development.
Three classes of youngsters at the school were challenged to find 10 especially designed Easter eggs that spelt out the name of the new homes site, which had been hidden around the Vespasian Road show homes.
After they had hunted all of the eggs in the beautifully furnished properties, they put them all together to spell Fairfields and celebrated their triumph in front of the development.
Once the children had completed the challenge they were each given a chocolate Easter egg as their prize.
Donna Tagg, Deputy Head Teacher from Fairfields Primary School, said: “A big thank you to David Wilson Homes for arranging the Easter egg hunt at their development. The children have had great fun and are delighted with their Easter eggs.”
As Fairfields Primary School is located onsite, David Wilson Homes is continuing to forge strong relationships with the brand new campus, including previously donating high visibility equipment and hosting a storytelling event in its show homes for National Storytelling week.
Alison Raine, Sales Director at David Wilson Homes Northampton, said: “With Fairfields being one of our flagship developments, we thought Easter was an ideal opportunity to arrange something fun for the local primary school to get involved in.
“We’re delighted that the pupils had a great time hunting around our show homes for the hidden eggs and look forward to welcoming them back for the next fun filled event soon.
“As a company, we pride ourselves on the fact that many house hunters aspire to live at David Wilson developments and our continued aim is to develop communities that people feel proud to be a part of, and pleasingly, that is most definitely the case at Fairfields.”
Ideally located for growing families, downsizers, commuters or young professional, Fairfields offers something for everyone.
The M1, A5 and the A421 are located close by and make commuting to nearby cities simple, whilst Milton Keynes train station is just four miles away offering just a 33 minute journey into London Euston.
The Centre:MK is just four miles away offering a number of shops, restaurants and bars to enjoy with friends and family. Nature parks and Buckinghamshire countryside are in abundance too, which would make a lovely family day out exploring close to home.