Bloor Homes has announced that it will reveal the winner of a competition to name a sculpture of a horse at its new development in Shrivenham, ahead of the showhomes launching to the public on 2 September.
Karen Turner, Interim Head of Sales for Bloor Homes’ South West region said: “We know how very proud people are to live in the Vale of the White Horse and we are equally proud to be joining the community here, so we located a sculpture which will be a focal point as you drive into the development.
“We also wanted to have a bit of fun and have invited people to name the sculpture, with entries received through our social channels.”
The 5ft high sculpture is the work of local artist Diccon Dadey of Dadey Fine Metal Art and will remain at the entrance to greet customers throughout the lifetime of the development.
The competition will run until Sunday 27th August and people can submit as many entries as they like via Bloor Homes’ Instagram and Facebook channels, where the terms and conditions can also be found.
The winner will be chosen by the site team at Bloor Homes at Shrivenham and announced before the VIP launch event on 1 September, with the prize a £100 e-gift card for Dobbie’s Garden Centre.
Karen adds: “We’re hoping people who visit will take a moment to have their photo taken with the sculpture at the launch, as it’s quite unique. We’ve already sold two new homes at the development off-plan ahead of the launch and are really looking forward to welcoming people to see the newly named horse and of course our lovely new showhomes.”
The new Hilcott and Kilburn showhomes launch to the public on 2nd September. The interior design has been created by showhome specialists, Edward Thomas Interiors.
The firm’s managing director, Andy Richardson said: “Our designs for these two showhomes are very contemporary with a hint of Scandinavian influence to create beauty and function.
“As the development is surrounded by stunning countryside, both homes feature artwork and wall treatments that evoke connections with nature, including dramatic feature wallpapering in the Hilcott’s living room and Kilburn’s primary bedroom.”
For more information about the new Bloor Homes at Shrivenham development of 151 two, three and four bedroom homes, visit www.bloorhomes.com
For more information on how to enter the competition to name the sculpture of the horse, see Bloor Homes on Instagram or Facebook.
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