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Banbury development celebrates the summer


A housebuilder in Banbury hosted a fun-filled musical event for the community.

Banbury development celebrates the summer


"Our event really brought the community together, and was a fantastic way to show how our developments are built with families in mind. "
Tonia Tyler, sales director



Redrow Homes South Midlands’ Bloxham Vale, on Bloxham Road, opened its doors to the community for an afternoon of music with its special ‘Brass on the Grass’ event.

 

On the day, visitors tapped their feet to live entertainment from the ‘King Brasstards’, a seven-piece New Orleans-style brass band, who got everyone in the party spirit with a roaming music performance. Guests were also treated to prosecco and soft drinks from a prosecco van.

 

Tonia Tyler, sales director for Redrow Homes (South Midlands), said: “It was great to welcome our Banbury neighbours into Bloxham Vale for an afternoon of ‘Brass on the Grass’. Our event really brought the community together, and was a fantastic way to show how our developments are built with families in mind.

 

“We’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who joined us on the day – we’re looking forward to our next event already!”

 

Bloxham Vale is a picturesque development surrounded by open fields and charming rural villages. Situated just a few minutes’ drive from Banbury, and with direct trains to London in less than an hour, the superb location offers the benefits of a rural setting with excellent travel links. The development is also an ideal location for families, with a number of schools and GP surgeries close-by, as well as shopping and amenities in nearby Banbury.

 

For more information about Bloxham Vale, please call 01295 369 592 or see: www.redrow.co.uk/developments/bloxham-vale-oxfordshire

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