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Andy Backhouse (right), Managing Director for Bellway Wales with the winning team from Randalls Groundworks Cardiff-based builder gets in the swing for charity

A golf day hosted by Cardiff-based housebuilder Bellway Wales has helped to raise thousands of pounds for a cancer charity. 21 teams made up of Bellway staff, sub-contractors, and friends raised £4,800 at the event, which Bellway have matched. Te event was held at Whitchurch Golf Club, Cardiff, on Tursday, September 12. Te money raised has been donated to Cancer Research UK, Bellway’s chosen charity for the past

three years. In that time, the company has nationally raised more than £1 million for the charity. Billie Oaten, Sales Director for Bellway Wales, said: “We want to thank everyone who attended the charity golf day. It was a great day and we raised money for an excellent cause close to many people’s hearts. “Bellway has a fantastic relationship with Cancer Research UK, and we are very proud to be making an ongoing contribution towards its life-saving

work.” Cancer Research UK is a registered charity dedicated to beating cancer through research and raising awareness, funding scientists, doctors and nurses working on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer. More information on the new homes Bellway Wales is building in Cardiff, Newport, Swansea, Monmouthshire and Gloucestershire can be found at


Buyers across the region are increasingly seeking larger homes - and this demand is prompting the launch of a range of exciting new designs at Barratt Homes’ Sycamore Chase development in Boverton. “Our designers are becoming increasingly aware of the needs of our buyers - particularly their call for more space,” said sales director, Richard Lawson. “And that has provided us with the basis for our new home designs here at Sycamore Chase. “These new homes are shining examples of what can be done to allow buyers a little more room to grow into without cutting corners on the quality and style of the house.

“Buyers can register their interest now for the opportunity to own one of these special new designs.”

Among the larger homes are the four bedroom Kingsville, Tamerton, Alderney and Hale homes, priced from £244,995.

“These new designs have been created with a wide range of lifestyles in mind - but we expect them to be particularly popular among families seeking extra room to grow into,” added Richard. “That is what our


potential buyers say they are looking for - so that is what our designers have been striving to provide.” Sycamore Chase is a new development in the quaint village of St Athan, right in the heart of the Vale of Glamorgan. This premium collection of three and four bedroom homes is minutes away from the

beautiful Welsh coast. With great schools nearby and convenient transport links, Sycamore Chase is the ideal place to buy a first home or raise a family. To find out more about larger homes at Sycamore Chase visit or call 0330 057 6000.

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