Taylor Wimpey scores with local football team sponsorship in Falkirk

Taylor Wimpey West Scotland is delighted to announce their shirt sponsorship of Redding AFC football team that plays in the Falkirk & District Sunday Amateur League at Overton Park near Taylor Wimpey's forthcoming development on new homes at Redding Wood in Falkirk.

Taylor Wimpey West Scotland is delighted to announce their shirt sponsorship of Redding AFC football team that plays in the Falkirk & District Sunday Amateur League at Overton Park near Taylor Wimpey's forthcoming development on new homes at Redding Wood in Falkirk.

Chairman Scott Kerr said: "This is fantastic news for our club. We're thrilled to have Taylor Wimpey on board as our team sponsor, and very grateful to have the support of such a prestigious company. Our new strip looks great, and the team are really looking forward to continuing our successful run this season."

Commenting on the deal, Audrey Ross, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey West Scotland said: "We're delighted to be supporting Redding AFC, and we hope the new strip will bring the team lots of luck in future matches and of course see off their competition.

"This sponsorship allows us to further establish our links within the local community of Falkirk, underpinning our commitment to create fantastic new family homes at our forthcoming new development at Redding Wood.

"This is an important development for Taylor Wimpey, because it offers us the first opportunity to build our range of larger family homes within our Scottish portfolio of national housetypes, so we're delighted to have the chance to make this a first for buyers in Falkirk in such a stunning location."

Redding Wood will boast an impressive collection of new four and five bedroom detached homes that deliver on Taylor Wimpey's renowned craftsmanship, style and quality. And with an incredible choice of 11 styles of homes, Redding Wood has a style to suit a wide range of buyers. Garden rooms will be a feature for some of the new homes here to maximise the tranquil woodland setting of the development.