National housebuilder launches it’s annual Easter egg event to support underprivileged children in the North West

National housebuilder launches it’s annual Easter egg event to support underprivileged children in the North West.

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Miller Homes, national house builder whose Novus development is located on Renton Road in Stretford,, has launched its annual Easter egg drive today to support underprivileged children in the North West with Variety, the Children’s Charity.

Do you want to do something selfless for somebody else this year? Why not drop off an Easter egg or two at your local Miller Homes development.

Now in its fourth consecutive year, the successful charity campaign welcomes the local community to donate Easter eggs to the Novus sales centre which will then be delivered to Variety, alongside the company’s own donations.

The yearly campaign by the housebuilder looks to make charitable donations at this time of year as simple as possible, with an easy to access drop off location at the sales centre, which is open from Thursday to Monday, 10:30am to 5:30pm.

Miller Homes will collect all donated eggs and deliver the chocolate treats to Variety before its Easter celebrations.

The housebuilder has advised that any donations can be made before 29th March, in order to allow time for delivery and distribution before Easter weekend.

The drive sees Miller Homes and the local community donate around 150 Easter Eggs every year, which are gratefully received by vulnerable children across the region who, for a number of reasons, would otherwise not have any treats to look forward to over the Easter period.

Lyn Staunton, North West Development Director for Variety, comments:

“Once again, we are so grateful for Miller Homes and the kind local donations from members of the public. We are very much looking forward to seeing the smiles on the children’s faces at our Easter party.

“The Easter period can be incredibly difficult for children in disadvantaged situations, and something which may seem small like a chocolate Egg can bring so much joy.”

Clare Noakes, Sales Director for Miller Homes in the North West, adds:

“At Miller Homes, supporting local communities and charities is of fundamental importance to us. Every year the Easter egg drive has been a tremendous success, I expect this year to be no different. We hope that the community in Greater Manchester will continue to support our cause for 2020.”

Easter eggs of all shapes and sizes are all thankfully received by Miller Homes and Variety, no matter how large or small – your donation will be gratefully accepted.

For information on directions to the Novus sales centre or opening times, please call 03330 600 059 or visit https://www.millerhomes.co.uk/new-homes/north-west/novus-stretford.aspx.


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