CHARTWELL ARE PROUD SPONSORS OF BOTH LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL CLUBS / CHARITIES
After being nominated for a LABC Building Excellence Awards 2018 by Southern Building Control Partnership for our Campbell Close, Hookwood development, we were delighted with the result!
SBCP commented “We are proud to be associated with Chartwell Land & New Homes Ltd who were awarded the Highly Commended Certificate for their six home development in Hookwood. A tricky site which used innovative design solutions, showed attention to detail and real consideration for existing neighbours were just some of the reasons for the win. Andrew Fenning, Design & Construction Manager was also instrumental to the success of the project, with his ‘can do’ attitude and always going the extra mile for his clients.”
Chartwell’s very own Design & Construction Manager, Andrew Fenning, joined Playle & Partners LLP and a team of volunteers to take part in the National Three Peaks Challenge, which involves climbing the UK’s tallest peaks; Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike & Snowdon. The mad dash hike took place on 16 June 2018 beginning with the tallest mountain Ben Nevis in Scotland, and then onto Scafell Pike and ending with Snowdon in Wales. Undertaken to raise money for, Demelza Hospice Care for Children, the aim was to raise £3,000 for the charity. We are delighted to report that a whopping £8,000 was raised – will done to all mountaineers!
Lawn Tennis Association
The Lawn Tennis Association’s (LTA) overall purpose is to grow and sustain the sport. Chartwell Land & New Homes Limited are proud sponsors of the LTA, supporting junior tennis players throughout Surrey and developing future champions.
England Captain Chris Robshaw trains with Warlingham Rugby Club Juniors
Chartwell Land & New Homes Sponsor Youth Rugby at Warlingham
Warlingham Rugby Club have a superb Youth System that Chartwell are proud to sponsor.
Warlingham’s youth section are forging ahead in the new season, buoyed by the generous sponsorship from local housebuilders Chartwell Land & New Homes of Oxted.
Warlingham youth chairman, Frank Wright, added: “As a large sports club with a thriving youth section, Warlingham is at the centre of the local community and are proud to be associated with Chartwell Land & New Homes and are sincerely grateful for their generous support…”
Siphila Sonke strives to support and improve the quality of life of the desperately poor and chronically ill families who live in the informal settlement near the village of Grabouw and the farming community of the Elgin Valley, in the Western Cape, South Africa.
School children aged 4 – 11 years old were asked to use their imagination and suggest names for Chartwell’s two new cottages which are now constructed in High Street, Old Oxted. Following a number of superb entries the winning entry was made by Miss Ruby Smithers Cawkwell Age 7 from Warlingham. Ruby submitted a beautiful watercolour picture of the two new cottages and was the first to suggest the winning name of ‘Jubilee Cottage’. Using Ruby’s theme of the Queen’s Jubilee the second cottage is to be named ‘Crown Cottage’.