New housing development in Hambleton is open

Gill Kelly (Managing Director of M&Y Maintenance and Construction) and Fiona Coventry (Managing Director of Redwing Living) cut the ribbon of ther new development at Bluebrook in Hambleton
Gill Kelly (Managing Director of M&Y Maintenance and Construction) and Fiona Coventry (Managing Director of Redwing Living) cut the ribbon of ther new development at Bluebrook in Hambleton
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Key figures from the Hambleton community were invited to the opening of a new housing development.

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Rev John Squires, Matthew Marshall (Marketing manager Redwing Living) and Sue Fox (Director of Communications at The Regenda Group)

Rev John Squires, Matthew Marshall (Marketing manager Redwing Living) and Sue Fox (Director of Communications at The Regenda Group)


Fiona Coventry, managing director of Redwing Living, and Gill Kelly, managing director of M&Y Maintenance and Construction, declared the development open. Rev John Squires from The Blessed Virgin Mary was also in attendance. Jessica Turner, sales manager at Redwing Living, said: “Redwing Living is thrilled to officially open the Bluebrook site in Hambleton.
“We’ve received some really great feedback from the local community in the run up to this moment, and we’re delighted to welcome prospective buyers to Bluebrook and invite them to look around our beautiful show home.”