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07 March 2017

Redrow Homes helps tidy up the Taff

Redrow Homes South Wales took to the banks of the river Taff last weekend to take part in the Great Taff Tidy. Armed with bin bags and litterpickers, around 300 volunteers, including 17 staff members from the Redrow Homes South Wales Office, turned out to help clean up the Taff and its surrounding area.

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02 March 2017

Creating Britain’s New Communities

Second only to doctor’s surgeries – 98% of people say high-speed broadband is most important factor for social well-being in their community.

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02 February 2017

Redrow donates tidy sum to help keep Fylde beaches clean

Homebuilder Redrow has donated £500 to the Keep Britain Tidy group to support local volunteers helping to keep the coast clean near one of its prestigious developments in Fleetwood.

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03 January 2017

Redrow recognised with gold award by nextgeneration

Redrow has achieved a Gold Award in the NextGeneration Sustainability Benchmark - an industry-specific initiative established in 2004 to drive best practice in sustainability into the heart of the UK’s housebuilding sector.

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18 August 2016

JOINING THE WAR ON WASTE WITH THE rWrP CAMPAIGN

We’ve become an ambassador for The right Waste, right Place (rWrP) campaign to raise awareness of Duty of Care legislation around waste management. rWrP provides practical information to help businesses from a broad...

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10 August 2016

TRAINEES ADD MAGIC TOUCH TO HOPE HOUSE GARDEN

A new fairy garden has been unveiled at Hope House children’s hospice in Oswestry following an ambitious makeover project. The garden, which offers a quiet and peaceful area for families at the hospice to relax in, was given...

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