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Hurst Farm Donation
The Derbyshire-based firm of housebuilders has presented a cheque for £5,000 to boost ambitious plans to create a modern venue and community hub to serve Hurst Farm, which is the Derbyshire Dales' largest housing estate, and the wider Matlock area.
Over the past two years the new directors of the Social Club and the Hurst Farm community have worked together with partners Derbyshire Dales District Council, Derbyshire Dales Council for Voluntary Service and Platform Housing Group to create a new vision for the building.
A planning application for the revamp was granted in February this year and the £540,000 funding target has already been reduced thanks to £100,000 from Sport England.
Chevin Homes director Dan Stack said: "Being involved in various commercial and residential projects in the Matlock area, we are delighted to be able to help the Hurst Farm Social Club group with funding to refurbish their facilities and continue to be a key part of the community for many years to come."
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122334445567788Winners revealed at Chevin Homes’ Osgathorpe Grange

Midlands Based Housebuilder Chevin Homes have unveiled the winning entries from competitions at two local schools to name the road and recreation space at its latest development at Osgathorpe Grange.

The winners are Emily Emerson from Griffydam Primary and Henry Bus from Grace Dieu, who named the new street: Jim Armett’s Close, and recreation space: Thomas Harley Play Area. The play area was provided by Chevin Homes as part of its development and will be gifted to the Parish Council, and donations have also been made to the schools who participated in the completions.

Sales Manager at Chevin Homes Lisa Osbourne said “We thought it was appropriate to let the local children name the road in the development and also their own play area as they will be the ones to enjoy it, and we are delighted that the names reflect the past history of the Village”.

With the majority of homes now occupied, there are only three remaining plots available which are three bedroom ‘Brackenfield’ homes with spacious living rooms and master ensuite, and prices start from just £249,950.

Osgathorpe Grange has become a vibrant part of Osgathorpe enjoying a delightful position on the edge of this much sought after Village, which boasts a church and village inn and is situated between the busy market towns of Loughborough and Ashby de la Zouch. It is also handily located between the M42 and M1 which provides swift onwards travel to other nearby regional centres. Birmingham, Nottingham, Derby and Leicester are all within an hours’ drive and East Midlands Airport is just five miles away.

As a Government approved Help To Buy house builder, The Help to Buy scheme is available on all plots, and for more information please visit www.chevinhomes.com or call the sales team on 01332 366873.



dccChevin Homes Sponsorship

Derbyshire Cricket Board (DCB) are delighted to announce that Chevin Homes will sponsor the Boys County Age Group (CAG) programme for the next two seasons. They will become the headline shirt sponsor of all of the Boys CAG squads from U10s through to U17s.

This is the second year Chevin Homes have provided sponsorship for a DCB programme. In 2017 they sponsored the DCB Holiday programme which saw over 500 children attend fun courses over the summer, all receiving a Chevin Homes T-Shirt.

The sponsorship will allow the DCB to improve and develop the CAG programme which will ultimately provide better development opportunities to the players. There are currently over 100 talented players in the DCB CAG programme playing across 8 squads. All 8 squads currently receive coaching over the winter and a match play programme in the summer.

Chevin Homes Director, John Fearnehough commented: “It’s a great privilege for Chevin Homes to be the main sponsor of the junior Derbyshire cricket teams and to support the DCB in finding and developing local cricket talent”

Head of DCB, Richard Wood said: "We are extremely grateful for the generous support of John Fearnehough, James Cokayne and Chevin Homes. James and John are both passionate about the development of cricket in Derbyshire and they clearly want to help support the development of talented young cricketers in their journey through the County Age Group programme. One of our strategic aims is to provide a player pathway that gives players the opportunity to be the best they can be. I am confident that with the support of Chevin Homes we can move a long way towards achieving this over the next two years."



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