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Bedfordshire school children help homebuilder’s garden blossom

Luxury homebuilder Mulberry Homes invited school children to plant seeds at its newly launched development in Roxton, to celebrate National Children’s Gardening Week, running from Saturday 25th May to Sunday 2nd June.

The development, called The Grange at Roxton and located on School Lane, will provide a stunning collection of three, four and five-bedroom houses and two-bedroom bungalows.

Year 1 children of Roxton CE Academy recently visited the development to plant seeds outside the new show home, which launched on Saturday 18th May. The seeds were provided by Mulberry Homes, and the homebuilder also donated four gardening kits to the school.

Kerry Jones, Sales and Marketing Director at Mulberry Homes, said: “We were so excited to have the pupils of Roxton CE Academy visit our The Grange at Roxton development, and would like to thank them for the fantastic work they did outside our new show home. We hope they all enjoyed themselves and feel inspired to keep gardening at home and school.

“The Grange at Roxton is our latest development in Bedfordshire, and we are looking forward to further supporting the community here wherever possible.”

Roxton is situated in northern Bedfordshire, and close to the Cambridgeshire town of St. Neots and city of Cambridge, with much of the surrounding land dotted with lakes, grasslands and trees. Around the village are walking trails through Roxton Park and the historic city centre.