Award-winning homebuilder Miller Homes has donated a number of hi vis vests to Yew Tree Primary Academy ahead of the clocks going back at the end of this month.
This act of kindness comes as Miller Homes brings new homes to the area at Wilbury Park, which is located on Higher Road.
The Halewood-based academy benefitted from a donation of vests for its Reception, Year 1 & DSP pupils on Monday 18th October.
Children can begin using them immediately when outside, proving particularly beneficial as the nights begin to draw in.
Clare Noakes, Sales Director for Miller Homes in the North West, said: “As we bring new homes to Halewood, it’s important for us to care for the community too.
“Ensuring that the local children are protected as they travel to and from school is something we’re very proud to have a part in.”
Rebecca Holt, School Administrator at Yew Tree Academy adds: “When Miller Homes reached out to offer hi vis vests for our children we were delighted, we’re always very keen to encourage safety in and around our school.”
Rebecca O’Hanlon, Principal at the academy comments: “We were very grateful to receive this kind donation from Miller Homes and hope this is the beginning of a successful ongoing partnership.”
The homebuilder also recently supported the local Marie Curie Hospice with a donation of new chapel chairs and is making contributions of £1.6m to the area.
The show homes and Sales Centre at Wilbury Park are now open by appointment only, Thursday-Monday, 10:30am until 5:30pm.
It is located on Higher Road, Liverpool, L26 9TX and you can find out more on the Miller Homes website.
Interested house hunters are invited to pre-book appointments by calling 03301 730 679 or visiting their website here.
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