Aeroplane homes get a flying start
YOUNGSTERS were part of the lift-off for a new housing development in a Cotswold village.
Four pupils from Great Rissington Primary School were given the honour of unveiling the show homes on a new development at Victory Fields on the edge of the village.
The estate of more than 300 houses is being built on the former base of the RAF Red Arrows aerobatics team
And Henry Smyth, Elena von Speyr, Jack Burroughs, and Grace Taylor were chosen because they helped come up with the historic aeroplane names of 'Buckingham', 'Hawker' and 'Whitworth' for the show properties.
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The development by Linden Homes will include a new primary school, a village square with a shop, a pub, gym and nursery.
Sales and marketing director for the developers, Steve Garton said: "We're very grateful to the pupils for coming up with such thoughtful names and their teachers for helping them.
"It was great to have them along for the launch."
For details, call 0844 417 737 or visit lindenhomes.co.uk