New look for play area

Pictured LtoR Austin, Caroline Yan Hip (Sales Consultant for Stewart Milne Homes), Jackson-Finlay, Milla, George, Ruben, Dawn Chatham (Senior Childcare & Development Worker at Burnbrae Nursery) and Abby.

Pictured LtoR Austin, Caroline Yan Hip (Sales Consultant for Stewart Milne Homes), Jackson-Finlay, Milla, George, Ruben, Dawn Chatham (Senior Childcare & Development Worker at Burnbrae Nursery) and Abby.

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A leading housing developer has offered a lending hand to a Bonnyrigg nursery to help create an exciting outdoor play area.

Staff from Stewart Milne Homes’ Hopefield View development visited Burnbrae Nursery to hand over a cheque for £500 which will be used to transform the outdoor space and provide bikes and other play equipment.

Stewart Milne Homes’ sales consultant Carolin Yan Hip said: “Stewart Milne Homes is always keen to support the local community and to play our part in encouraging people to enjoy a healthy and active lifestyle.

“As a leading housebuilder we understand the importance of both indoor and outdoor space and are proud to be able to support Burnbrae Nursery as it embarks on its exciting plans to transform the outdoor space.

“A number of the young pupils are residents of Hopefield View so it is great to be able to help create a fun place where the children can learn in a creative and safe environment.”

Dawn Coatham, senior childcare and development worker at Burnbrae Nursery, said: “The children and staff are delighted to be receiving support from Stewart Milne Homes. Our outside area is an ongoing project and this donation is helping us to provide an energetic, stimulating environment for our young people.”

Stewart Milne Homes has been constructing a number of three and five bedroom properties at Hopefield View, which is only a short distance from Burnbrae Primary and Nursery.