persimmon


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Patricia Watson, centre manager at Brandwood Community Centre, said: "We are thrilled to receive funding from Persimmon Homes' Community Champions initiative, as this allows us to improve our much-needed services.
We believe all children have the right to a secure upbringing in a loving family home - and this funding from Persimmon Homes will help towards that goal.
Persimmon Homes West Yorkshire's Simon Whalley (below) said: "This is an exciting new development in an attractive town which is close to major road networks, cities and towns and has the beauty of the spectacular Peak District scenery nearby.
We have undertaken disciplined investment to support sustainable growth in volume, increasing the number of completions by 17% in the year, bringing the increase in the number of new Persimmon homes completed over the last two years to 36%.
Christine Cooper, sales and marketing director for Persimmon Homes Teesside, said: "Christmas is a wonderful family time when dreams really can come true, which prompted the theme for our competition.
Persimmon, Britain's largest house-builder by stock market value, spent PS561million buying even more land in the year to the end of June.
Persimmon, which is developing the latest phase of housing at the PS1.
Since launching in 2011, Persimmon has been developing disruptive hybrid-field motor technology, a new approach to making motor components using 3D deposition processes that aim to increase power density, eliminate manufacturing steps and reduce component costs.
The city centre charity narrowly missed out on the first prize of a PS250,000 Persimmon home in Hampshire - St Basils was one of 24 charities competing by public vote for the three bedroom detached house.
As for persimmon, Asda exotic produce buyer Dean Hayden said the supermarket had sold more than half a million Spanish persimmons last season and expected to see similarly high interest this year.
He reported that while a ripe persimmon is as delicious as an apricot, an unripe one "will drawe a mans mouth awrie with much torment.
There is Persimmon, a young woman who runs a heart-shaped florist on the concourse of a station; Epiphany, a brave and adventurous mouse; and Epiphany's father, a banjo-playing mouse now living trapped forever in a drain; Rose, the talking cabbage, who is Persimmon's confidante and companion and Great-aunt Lily who writes to Persimmon from beyond the grave.
While sales prices and margins increased on the start of the year, Persimmon said the normal seasonal slowdown in reservations since the start of May was exacerbated by uncertainty ahead of the government's emergency Budget.
IT'S good news for househunters looking for a brand new home in Coventry, as Persimmon Homes South Midlands has now launched its much anticipated Renaissance development, offering a collection of one through to fourbedroom properties in a wide range of styles.
The delightfully sweet, decadently smooth texture of a ripe Hachiya persimmon (pictured above) has no equal.