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HAART TO MARKET ART DECO STYLE HOMES ON SITE OF FORMER PEARCE LEATHERWORKS


Haart estate agents have been appointed to market a select number of specially created art deco style new homes built in the landscaped gardens of the former Pearce Leatherworks in Northampton.


Each of the four and fi ve bedroom semi-detached and detached homes on what was the former W.Pearce Co warehouse in Billing Park has been designed in a mix of Art Deco styles to complement the equally striking architecture of the former Grade II listed factory as well as the Arts & Crafts style, which was also popular in the 1920s and 1930s.


Lagan Homes are also in the process of building four striking four-bedroom art deco gatehouses around the site, known as the Hemingway, Mark Penn, Branch Manager for haart of Northampton said: “We are absolutely delighted to have been


chosen to act as the selling agent on such a prestigious scheme as Pearce Leatherworks.


For more information on Pearce Leatherworks contact Mark Penn at Haart of Northampton on 01604 620631 or email northampton@haart.co.uk


TV STAR AND FAIRY GODMOTHER DENISE WELCH PAYS NEW YEAR VISIT TO HELPLINE TEAM AT CHARITY FOR PEOPLE WITH TERMINAL ILLNESS


Loose Women TV star Denise Welch visited the Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association’s national offi ce in Northampton to thank its helpline team for their support to people living with a devastating terminal condition. Motor neurone disease aff ects the nerves that control movement (motor neurones), leaving people ultimately unable to walk, talk or take care of themselves. Half of people die within 14 months of diagnosis, and there is no eff ective treament or cure. Denise Welch, starred as the Fairy Godmother in Cinderella at the Royal & Derngate, is a long-standing supporter of the MND Association.


She said: “I have had experience of this horrendous condition in my personal life. My dad’s best friend John died six years ago. I understand this condition fi rst hand and realise how horrendous it is and how little is known about it” “A lady who worked for me, Marjorie, had a son Andrew, who was diagnosed at 38. He sadly deteriorated quite quickly.” Sally Light, Chief Executive of the MND Association, said: “We’re delighted that Denise has been able to make time during her busy performance schedule to visit our MND Connect helpline team”.


Motor Neurone Disease Association www.mndassociation.org In association with Northampton Saints Rugby Club


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