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Image for Site manager Jamie's drive to hand over high-quality Flitwick homes

Jamie Reynolds says his friendly and close-knit build team is driven to deliver high-quality homes to a new part of the community in Bedfordshire.

Site manager Jamie, who has worked for Bovis Homes for eight years, is directing the work at the Froghall Fields location on the edge of Flitwick.

He says pride in the job, organisation and regular communication with customers and members of the site and sales team, are key to building homes of which everyo... more

Image for Braunton FC score big win with backing from Bovis Homes

Braunton Football Club are celebrating after teaming up with a leading local house builder.

A proud supporter of local communities, Bovis Homes are pleased to be backing the Seasiders both on and off the pitch through an extensive sponsorship package.

It includes sponsorship of match days and the man-of-the match award for all four of the North Devon League club's adult teams, as well as advertising boards, the fixture board and clubhouse board at their home ground at Lo... more

Image for Top customer service is high on the menu for Bovis Homes sales specialist David

David Bukauskas worked for celebrity chefs during a decade in the restaurant industry - now he is focused on delivering a top-class service to home buyers in the South West doing the "best job I've ever had".

The former restaurant manager strived to provide diners with the best experience possible while employed by Michelin-starred chef John Burton-Race in Dartmouth, and the acclaimed Tanner brothers - Chris and James - in Plymouth.

Having swapped plates for properties, David is now committed to offering the highest level of customer service in his role as a Bovis Homes sales advisor at the major new Sherford developmen... more

Image for Bovis Homes supports local foodbank

Staff at a local home builders have got into the festive spirit by donating to the Basingstoke foodbank.

The team at Bovis Homes' Southern Counties region has been collecting items for the charity which is part of the Trussell Trusts network which works with around 438 foodbanks across the country.

"We've recently moved into our Basingstoke office, and we were really keen to support the local community, especially at this time of year when things can be particularly hard," says Hollie Lockhart, regional mar... more

Image for Maria's Christmas cheer at breakfast as a Bovis Homes winner

Festive celebrations started early for Maria Kelly after she won a radio competition that has ensured her Christmas is covered this year thanks to local home builder, Bovis Homes.

Maria, from Corse in Gloucestershire, has been wishing everyone a "Joyeux Noël" since she identified the phrase as a French festive greeting to land the big prize on Heart FM's morning breakfast show.

Listeners from across Gloucestershire will have heard her joyous celebrations on air after she bagged herself £1,500 of vouchers f... more

Image for Added extras are big attraction at Hampton Park for new homeowners Dan and Laura

Dan Smith and Laura Delaney are enjoying the benefits that moving into a brand-new Bovis Home are bringing - both to their lifestyles and their pockets.

The happy couple are thrilled with their property at Hampton Park on the outskirts of Littlehampton, West Sussex, especially as Bovis Homes include so much more in the purchase price.

Dan is so pleased with the build quality and customer service that he has received from Bovis Homes that it is the second property in a row that he has purchased from the nationa... more

Image for Santa takes a trip to Heyford Park as new neighbours get together for Christmas

Residents at the new Upper Heyford community, Heyford Park, gathered together to celebrate the festive season with songs, games and Christmas cheer at a special meet-your-neighbours event.

Bovis Homes hosted an afternoon of festive fun at its Heyford Park sales centre and show home in Oxfordshire, bringing the community together and providing new residents with an opportunity to get to know each other.

"Upper Heyford has a wonderful community spirit," says Sian Frater, regional marketing assistant.  "It's the perfect time of year to bring residents together - whether they're new to the Oxfordshire area or just new to Heyford Park the event provided a great chance for ev... more

Image for Winchester Village location makes perfect sense to Barrie and Becky

Barrie and Becky Dumper needed no 'persuasion' about the attractions of a new Bovis Homes development in Hampshire that pays tribute to famous local novelist Jane Austen.

The couple have purchased the only 'Walter' house type at The Green, Winchester Village, where the distinctive high-quality properties take their names from characters in the writer's world-famous novels, including 'Pride and Prejudice' and 'Sense and Sensibility'.

The 19th century novelist lived in Hampshire all her life and is buried at Winch... more

Image for Bovis Homes tree provides festive cheer as Apsley residents gather for Christmas carols

A new Hertfordshire neighbourhood has come together to celebrate the festive season with a fundraising carol concert around a Christmas tree donated to the community by a local home builder.

The residents at Bovis Homes' Aspen Park location in Apsley got together to sing carols with the Hemel Hempsted Brass Band, with children decorating the brightly lit Christmas tree with their own bauble creations. Some of the proceeds from the event are being given to local homeless charity DENS, with the rest going towards future community events.

Cathy Chivers from the local resident's association MEAPRA which organises the event, said: "We are very grateful to Bovis Homes for donating the tree, along with its lights and baubles, to the gateway between the Aspen and Manor estates - and it is the focal point of our fundraising and... more

Image for Unique Imelda takes a tour of Ribbans Park

Imelda Mower is a unique little girl. The ten-month-old from Great Notley, near Braintree, has a chromosome disorder so rare that it doesn't have a name.

Unfortunately, this also means that she requires expert care from Broomfield and Great Ormond Street hospitals, and specialist equipment - much of which must be funded by her parents Rachel and Mike.

As a result, the family are constantly looking to raise funds to support Imelda, and this includes calling on local businesses... more

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