A housebuilder in Cricklewood has helped spread some festive cheer to local children and their families.
The developer, which is building its development The Broadway off Cricklewood Lane, donated towards the cost of Christmas parties held for children aged under 5 in the area.
The events took place at Granville Plus, Treetops and Three Trees Children’s Centres, and were organised by the children’s charity Barnardo’s, which manages the centres on behalf of Brent Council. A fourth party was held at Kilburn Grange Children’s Centre in the neighbouring borough of Camden.
A total of 90 children attended the four events, with each child being treated to a Christmas present, festive food, music, face painting and crafts.
Gillian Thompson, Children’s Centre Team Manager at Barnardo’s, said: “We are very grateful to Fairview New Homes for donating to our Christmas parties.
“It has helped make our parties extra special for our children and has been a wonderful way to celebrate the festive season.”
Andy Georgiou, Sales and Marketing Director for Fairview, said: “As a company, we’re committed to helping the communities in which we build, and the parties organised by Barnardo’s are a fantastic way of bringing children from the local area together.
“We’re proud to have donated towards the cost of holding these parties and we hope that everyone involved had a wonderful time.”
Fairview is building a range of 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments at The Broadway, with prices starting from £369,000.