A group of school children from Brampton have been given an inside look at a housing development in the village.
Brampton Primary School’s Early Years pupils aged between four and five were welcomed to Bellway’s Brampton Gate development, off Laws Crescent.
The children were given a tour of the development, and Bellway staff also gave a demonstration on how a wall is constructed.
Early Years Foundation Teacher, Aisha Eason, said: “The children really enjoyed their trip to Brampton Gate.
“The visit gave the children a real insight into the way new homes are built, which is something that cannot be taught in the classroom.
“School trips like this are a great experience for the children, and we want to thank Bellway for inviting us.”
Sales Manager for Bellway Northern Home Counties, Elaine Brown, said: “The new homes at Brampton Gate have been carefully designed to suit a range of buyers, including local families.
“Because of this, it is extremely important that we support schools in the local area, and we hope this site visit will inspire these children in their studies and future careers.”
There is currently a range of four and five-bedroom detached homes on offer, with prices starting at £396,995.