Local housebuilder supports the SHINE Fund with £1,500 donation

Posted: 21/08/23

CNTW and Barratt homes staff holding a giant cheque standing on the new painted NHS rainbow at Sycamore Grove

Local housebuilder, Barratt Developments North East has donated an amazing £1,500 to the SHINE Fund as part of the NHS 75th Anniversary this year. As part of this commemoration, and to highlight the site’s history as the former Walkergate Hospital, a vibrant NHS rainbow road crossing has been created at Sycamore Grove, honouring the invaluable contributions of healthcare professionals and acknowledging their unwavering dedication.

Sharon Brennan, Marketing Manager at SHINE commented: “We are tremendously grateful to Barratt Developments North East for their generous donation to our SHINE fund. These funds will allow us to continue our mission of providing meaningful experiences and essential resources to our service users. By supporting their well-being and quality of life, we can help them on their path to recovery and beyond.”

Carl Sobolewski, Managing Director at Barratt Developments North East, added: “We are honoured to be backing such an exceptional organisation as the Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust Charity. Their tireless efforts in improving the lives of those in need align with our commitment to creating thriving communities, and together, we can work to make a genuine and lasting impact.”

To find out more about the SHINE fund and its initiatives, please visit: https://cntw.mixd.co.uk/about/charitable-funds/

What’s more, in honour of the anniversary, Barratt Developments North East has extended its Key Workers Deposit Contribution Scheme to the 15th December 2023. The scheme enables key workers a deposit contribution of £1,000 for every £20,000 of the purchase price, up to the value of £23,000. Alongside NHS employees, the scheme also assists key workers including teachers, police and fire services, the MOD, prison and probation services, plus the Local Authority employees and Highways England. To find out more www.barratthomes.co.uk/SycamoreGrove