C G Fry staff and home-owners raise funds for charity
C G Fry & Son, renowned for their part in the prestigious Poundbury development with The Duchy of Cornwall, helped to raise over £400 for Macmillan Cancer Support as part of 'The World's Biggest Coffee Morning'. The staff at the Dorchester-based Head Office together with colleagues from various sales offices around the South West region joined forces to help this worthy cause.
Local residents from the adjoining C G Fry development, Old Kelways at Huish Episcopi joined staff members to raise money with donations in the newly opened Show Home at Fern Green, Langport. A large selection of delicious home-made cakes baked by residents, Elaine Cooper, Jane Prescott and the wife of David Pillinger, the development site manager was washed down with copious cups of coffee which helped to create a real community feel.
Also at the coffee morning was Sally Scribbins, the first resident to move into Fern Green and Mr and Mrs Small who will be moving in to their new Fry home in the very near future. They were interested to see how the show home was furnished and were happy to join in the fundraising spirit.
In the picture Sales negotiators Linda and Rose - (Linda at the front, Rose front right).
C G Fry and Son: 24th Oct 2013 13:30:00