CRUDEN Homes has donated £1,000 to Castlemilk Family Learning Centre as part of the housebuilder’s commitment to investing in the local community.
The donation will be used to buy a range of outdoor clothing and equipment to allow nursery pupils to take part in more outdoor learning and play during the winter months.
The nursery school is close to Cruden’s Cathkin View and Castlemilk Drive developments.
Kelly Sloan, team leader at the nursery, contacted Cruden to ask if they could help with outdoor clothing and equipment. She said, “The Cathkin View development is nearby our nursery school and the children are excited at the possibility of new friends and families moving into the area. Particularly, because of Covid-19, outdoor learning and play is even more important, but we needed warm outdoor clothing and equipment and wondered if Cruden Homes could help. Their kind donation has made it possible and the pupils can’t wait to spend more time outdoors in the coming months.”
Shonagh Morgan, sales manager at Cruden Homes, added, “The new homes at Cathkin View and Castlemilk Drive will help create lovely new communities within the area, so it’s great to be able to play our part in supporting Castlemilk Family Learning Centre with their plans to bring more learning and play into the great outdoors for local children.
“The Castlemilk area has had a real need for new homes and we have been delighted to see so many local couples and families taking the next step in owning their own home right here at Cathkin View already.”