National house builder Bovis Homes and Osborne teamed up with their supply chain partners and the local community to build a playpark for a primary school in Hemel Hempstead, which opened this week.
Two Waters Primary School is close to the site of Bovis Homes' new 325-home redevelopment of the Manor Estate in Apsley where Osborne's expert engineers are currently working on building a bridge over the busy railway line.
During the Easter Holidays, volunteers from Bovis Homes, Osborne and the local council got together to deliver the play park for the local children
The opening of the Two Waters Primary play area took place this week, with many attending, including local dignitaries, parents, teaching staff and of course the children. The official ribbon was jointly cut by Jon Millar at Osborne, Reception Teacher Bethany Ward and Mayor of Dacorum Robert McClean.
Jon Millar, Osborne Project Manager for the site said: "I am really pleased that collaboration with Bovis Homes and Hertfordshire Council, along with many talented Osborne people has made this playpark into a reality for the children."
Chris O'Connor, Regional Technical Director at Bovis Homes said: "We're delighted to be part of this work and it is the result of a truly collaborative project between Osborne, our supply chain partners, the local community and ourselves. We look forward to seeing the children take full advantage of these new facilities as we continue our work bringing new homes to the community."
For more information on Bovis Homes and Osborne's work at Apsley, go to https://www.bovishomes.co.uk/apsleycommunity