Sales managers Rhiannon Jones and Janet Bolderson explained: “We have built a good relationship with the community in Oundle and wanted to do some fundraising at Queen’s Court as a way of inviting people in to come and see us. We all enjoyed some lovely cake for a good cause.”
There was also a raffle with prizes donated by local businesses and including The Beauty Room, Beans Coffee Shop, estate agent Sharman Quinney, The Rose and Crown, Trendall’s Butchers, Leo’s Pet Supplies, The Oundle Bookshop, Stu Pots, Errismore Flowers and Oundle Fitness.
Queen’s Court is a stunning collection of two, three and four-bedroom homes set in the heart of Oundle and just a few minutes walk to the high street. Oundle offers beautiful scenery, history, culture and country pursuits as well as leisure and shopping outlets. Travelling further afield is easy.
Three and four bedroom homes, set over traditional two-storey and townhouse designs, are currently available at Queen’s Court with prices starting from £226,995.
The Macmillan coffee morning is the latest in a range of fundraising initiatives organised by Kier Living Eastern throughout the year to raise money for charity. The company’s annual charity golf competition in September raises thousands for The Kier Foundation, a registered charity that supports Macmillan and a myriad of other worthy causes chosen by Kier employees.