A property developer’s latest scheme in West Yorkshire is helping to support one of the country’s best-known charities.
For every reservation made before Christmas at its Woodhall View development in Pudsey, Berkeley DeVeer will donate £1,000 to the Children in Need appeal.
Managing director Dan Newett said: “Pudsey the bear gets his name from his creator, who was originally from the town of Pudsey, and is without a shadow of a doubt one of the nation’s most recognisable characters, helping raise millions of pounds for children in the UK and across the planet each and every year.
“As a company working in the heart of many Yorkshire town and cities, we are always keen to help support these communities and, in particular, charity.
“Because Woodhall View is in Pudsey, it made sense for us this time to throw our weight behind Children in Need.
“For every reservation made between today and December 25, we will donate £1,000 to the charity. And, as there are 52 properties being built in the Woodhall Hall View development, wouldn’t it be fantastic if we could hand over a cheque for many thousands of pounds?
“If we do, it will help make the lives of disadvantaged children here and abroad more bear-able!”