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13 Dec Pennyfarthing Homes unveils the 12 Days of Christmas Giving

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Pennyfarthing Homes has ensured there is no shortage of festive cheer by launching its ‘12 Days of Christmas Giving’.

Some say it is better to give than to receive, and Pennyfarthing Homes is going the extra mile by making donations to several local good causes.

The organisations receiving gifts provide a wide range of vital support and other important services to residents young and old in both Hampshire and Dorset.

As a result, Pennyfarthing wants to recognise the efforts of these good causes, and it is donating a series of presents in the run-up to Christmas to thank them all for the contribution that they make.

Pennyfarthing Homes’ Managing Director, Matt Dukes, said: “We are proud to be a local housebuilder dedicated to supporting the wider New Forest community, and at Pennyfarthing Homes we believe good causes such as these make a vital difference.”

“For the festive season we wanted to go the extra mile, so we have unveiled the 12 Days of Christmas Giving to bring a little extra Christmas cheer to a host of local organisations that do so much for our community as a small way of saying ‘thank you’.”

The good causes receiving gifts from Pennyfarthing Homes are as follows:

  • Animals’ Voice wildlife trust, Fordingbridge, Hampshire
  • Brockenhurst Gateway Club (part of New Forest Mencap), Brockenhurst, Hampshire
  • Helix Day Service (part of Windward Day Services), Verwood, Dorset
  • Hordle CE Primary School, Hordle, Hampshire
  • Julia’s House Hospice, Corfe Mullen, Dorset
  • Milford-on-Sea CE Primary School, Milford-on-Sea, Hampshire
  • Milford-on-Sea Charitable Trust, Milford-on-Sea, Hampshire
  • New Forest Basics Bank, Lymington, Hampshire
  • Oakhaven Hospice, New Milton, Hampshire
  • Springhead Trust, Fontmell Magna, Dorset

The presents include providing presents for hospice patients, donating prizes to fundraising raffles, festive hampers, staff support from Pennyfarthing Homes to help feed the homeless, and cash donations to assist with charity running costs. Some good causes will receive more than one donation, and as an example of how the money will be used, the Springhead Trust is putting its donation from Pennyfarthing Homes towards re-roofing the historic mill building at the site.

The total combined value of the 12 gifts is more than £4,000. It comes after Pennyfarthing Homes has helped a host of other local and national good causes this year, most recently the Movember campaign last month (November) where £1,000 was raised.

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