House builders George Wimpey and Gladedale Homes are putting the kettle on for the world's biggest coffee morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.

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  • The developers are inviting people to come to the Little Stanion Welcome Centre at Longcroft Road, Stanion, on September 25 and 26, where they will be serving teas, coffees, fruit juices, home made cakes and biscuits in return for a donation to the charity.

    As well as the chance to meet new people and contribute to an excellent cause, visitors can take the opportunity to find out about the stunning new homes and extensive amenities being built at Little Stanion village.

    At the event, George Wimpey (now called Taylor Wimpey, following its merger with Taylor Woodrow) will also be offering visitors the chance to earn £500 if they recommend a friend who then moves to one of their new homes at its popular South Wood development.

    Kelly French, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey in the east Midlands, says: "This is a great opportunity for new owners in Little Stanion and people who are keen to see the new homes available, to come along and enjoy coffee and cakes in aid of Macmillan."

    Two show homes are open to visitors at South Wood, while homes on sale include one bedroom apartments from £89,885, two bedroom townhouses from £119,995, and a choice of three and four bedroom homes starting from £149,995.

    Little Stanion is a new village that enjoys 50 per cent green open spaces, with parkland, ponds and streams and served by a range of new community facilities, including a small primary school.

    With a square of shops and amenities, recreation areas, and paths, cycleways and bus routes, it is also in the catchment area for the new Business Academy at Priors Hall, Corby.

    The neighbouring village of Stanion has a choice of pubs, a village community centre and an imposing 13th century church. The town of Corby is just three miles away, where a £60m investment is providing new shopping, leisure and cultural facilities, schools, colleges and thousands of jobs. A new direct rail service puts London just 60 minutes away.

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