Charles Church 'puts something back'

People looking to buy a house in Scotland may be interested to hear of a Charles Church incentive to ‘put something back’ into the community.

The housebuilder recently donated £200 to the Tranent Brownie activity camp to Lochgolihead, where 13 girls spent three days abseiling, rock climbing, bell boating and practicing archery.

The company is currently developing the Tranent area and claims that it aims to be socially responsible.

Lorraine Clelland, sales and marketing director for Charles Church Scotland, said: "Charles Church is always looking for opportunities to give something back to the community in which is it developing.

"When the opportunity to help out the fourth Tranent Brownies came up, we jumped at the chance and we are glad they had such a great time."

The De Quincey Court development houses an exclusive range of detached four-bedroom houses on the outskirts of Tranent.

Charles Church celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2005 and states that it has established itself as one of the country’s foremost housebuilding brands, something that may be significant to people hoping to buy a house in Scotland.