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Award-winning developer Crest Nicholson was enjoying fun in the sun last week at Arborfield Green’s inaugural Spring Community Day.

Local families were out in full force for the event, which took place on Thursday 6th April at the Arborfield Community Centre on Princess Marina Drive.

Resident’s enjoyed a range of activities, including: arts and crafts, henna painting, face painting, easter egg hunt, community and local business stalls and Basil’s Barnyard Buddies Farm.

Marcus Evans, Sales and Marketing Executive, Crest Nicholson said: “It was great to see so many families join together for Aborfield Green’s first ever community day. We’ve worked hard to build a sense of community here, and it’s great to see it come to fruition.

“We look forward to seeing future events in Aborfield Green with both local residents and wider  community.”

Cllr Mark Ashwell, Executive Member for Planning, Regeneration and Communities said: "Arborfield is one of our major areas for development and it’s wonderful to see a real sense of community emerging there. The Arborfield Community Fun Day is just one of the many activities we've worked on, with our partners, in order to bring new and existing residents together".

A garden village nestled in the Berkshire countryside, Arborfield Green’s rural countryside setting allows for a relaxed lifestyle, whilst remaining within easy reach of the hustle and bustle of Reading town centre.

The garden village living at Waterman’s View in Arborfield Green includes 95 acres of natural and semi-natural green space and a location which sits within the catchment area of nearby Bohunt School, part of Bonhunt Education Trust.

Arborfield Green also offers excellent transport links, just 4 miles to the M4 motorway providing direct routes into London and Bristol, while Wokingham train station is just 3.7 miles away providing trains into London Paddington via Reading.