You’ve been thinking about it for ages!
Every time you have to queue for the bathroom. Every time you have to cram another shirt in the already overcrowded wardrobe. When things get overheated in the kitchen while you’re trying to cook the family dinner.
At last! It’s the school summer holidays, the long break you’ve been waiting for. The first couple of weeks are fuelled by a sense of freedom and endless relaxing days stretching ahead of you. Wait a minute though. Six whole weeks? How are you going to stop the kids from killing each other?
We spoke to Ewa Jasinska-Davidson about her new Bridge Home.
“We were looking for a new house for so long. We visited almost every other developer. You name it, we visited. I need to be close to motorway links for work but hadn’t found anything that I liked in the right location.
Summer in the UK might be brief and a bit changeable, but regardless of failing to reach mediterranean temperatures, you can have a little sunshine permanently in the garden.
Take a moment to answer two quick questions for a chance to win afternoon tea at the award winning Blacker Hall Farm!
Find the survey on our Facebook page and don’t forget to like and share to be entered into the draw!
Winner announced 25 July 2017. Good Luck!
At Bridge Homes we’re proud to have reached the regional finals of the LABC Building Excellence Awards and singled out for a ‘Highly Commended’ award at the event held in Wakefield.
Our ThornesGate Sales Office is located next to the golf course, just off Horbury Road (A642).
Our Homes are selling fast, to reserve your plot, come along and visit our sales office. We are now open Monday – Thursday, from 10:00am – 5:00pm.
Bridge Homes has unveiled its brand new collection of homes in Wakefield.
The property developer will exclusively build on the former Redcats site at Horbury Road.
On Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 January 2017 we will launch our brand new collection of homes on our latest development, ThornesGate.
We’re down to the very last property here at St Swithins and we’re starting to see some familiar faces across the green.