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Award-winning developer Crest Nicholson is hosting a series of Macmillan Coffee Mornings this Friday 27th September, including one at its Iron Stone Place development in the village of Bodicote, near Banbury.

The open event will be held in the show home and marketing suite at the development, offering visitors the chance to look around, socialise and enjoy coffee and cake. Taking place between 11am and 1pm, the coffee morning will help raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support, which provides support for those affected by cancer.

Laura Osborne, Sales and Marketing Director at Crest Nicholson Midlands, commented: “We are proud to be supporting Macmillan Cancer Support at Iron Stone Place, taking part in the charity’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning initiative. It is a great opportunity for residents and the local community alike to get to know each other, whilst also helping to raise money for an excellent cause. Please do pop by our marketing suite on the day and say hello – we look forward to welcoming you!”

Iron Stone Place is a collection of 95 homes in Bodicote, a traditional village that epitomises idyllic family living with two pubs, a restaurant, a farm shop and a post office. Set amongst the rolling Oxfordshire countryside, it benefits from being both on the edge of the Cotswolds and close to the business and commercial town of Banbury.

For families with children, there are two primary schools in Bodicote: Bishop Loveday Church of England and Longford Park. Nearby Banbury has a number of secondary schools including North Oxfordshire Academy and Blessed George Napier School, both rated ‘good’ by Ofsted.

Prices at Iron Stone Place start from £269,950 for a two bedroom home, £319,950 for a three bedroom home and £429,950 for a four bedroom home. A number of schemes are available on selected properties, including Part Exchange, Smooth Move, and the government-backed Help to Buy: Equity Loan. To find out more please call 01295 598000 or visit