Article image Pupils at St Michael’s Primary School in Stoke Gifford have visited a new local housing development to thank the housebuilder for its kind donation.  Crest Nicholson welcomed the young visitors to Highbrook Park in Harry Stoke following its £1,000 donation to commemorate the school’s 150th anniversary.

Head Teacher Mark Freeman, said: “We were so grateful when Crest Nicholson said they would make a donation to the school that we simply had to arrange the chance for some of the pupils to thank them in person.  The money will go towards replacing outdoor seating for pupils and parents which has badly needed doing for quite a while. The impact has been instant and much appreciated.” 

The visit was arranged by PFTA member Jane Marshall.  Jane added: “The children had a fantastic time visiting the new homes at Highbrook Park and really loved dressing up in the high-vis jackets and hardhats like real builders!”

Tim Ridges, Sales Manager for Crest Nicholson, said: “We’re always keen to forge strong links with the communities in which we work and were delighted to help St Michael’s Primary School celebrate its impressive 150 year history and update some of its facilities.  It was a pleasure to have the children on site and we look forward to welcome more pupils to Highbrook Park in the future.”

Highbrook Park is a stunning collection of one, two, three, four and five bedroom homes, nestled in the Village of Harry Stoke in Stoke Gifford. The development benefits from easy access to local amenities as well as excellent transport links to Bristol, Bath and the wider West Country.  
For more information about Highbrook Park and the homes available visit the on-site Sales and Marketing suite (open Thursday – Monday, 10am to 5pm), call 0845 894 3215, email or visit