Exclusive launch for new park at Chapelford Village
David Wilson Homes North West is delighted to announce the forthcoming launch of Dakota Park at Chapelford Village, Warrington.
At midday, Monday 4th June, the eagerly anticipated Dakota Park will be officially opened. To mark the occasion, special guests, the UK and US presidents of the RAF Burtonwood Heritage Association, Roy Thorpe-Apps and Jim Bentley, alongside representatives from David Wilson Homes North West and local dignitaries including MP David Mowat and the new Mayor and Mayoress of Warrington, Steve and Julie Wright, will conduct the grand unveiling of the decorative entrance wall near the village centre.
Andrew Taylor, Planning Director at David Wilson Homes North West, comments: “We’re delighted to be able to officially launch Dakota Park in Chapelford Village for use by local residents.
“We have been working on the development of Chapelford Village for many years and have been delighted to see how the community has grown. The opening of Dakota Park marks a significant milestone in the continuation of that journey and will serve as a real hub for local residents of every age to come together.”
“With the fantastic heritage of Chapelford Village we are honoured to have the UK and US presidents of the RAF Burtonwood Heritage Association as special guests and look forward to welcoming local residents to join in the day’s celebrations, which promise to be a great success.”
Councillor Terry O’Neill adds: “The launch of the Dakota Park is a big step towards further enhancing the local environment, so we’d like to say a huge thank you to David Wilson Homes North West for its continued commitment and investment in the area. We look forward to seeing how the park is embraced by residents throughout Chapelford Village.”
On the day, the RAF Burtonwood Heritage Association will also be displaying a large marquee, containing a photographic display, as well as a collection of military vehicles.
Additionally, three abstract sculptures, which have been designed by artist Andy DeComyn, in honour of the developments airforce heritage, will be available to view for the first time.
The sculptures have taken inspiration from the RAF Burtonwood Heritage Association logo and the propellers of British and American planes that flew over Burtonwood, the largest based on the Spitfire, the second on the B17 Flying Fortress and the third on P47 Thunderbolt.
Roy Thorpe-Apps, UK President of the RAF Burtonwood Heritage Association, says: “We were delighted to be invited to the official launch of Dakota Park. This site clearly evokes great passion amongst our members and we are therefore delighted to see such a positive development, which will no doubt have a very big impact on the local community.”
To further celebrate the occasion, the Chapelford Resident’s Association, with support from David Wilson Homes North West, has arranged an exciting street party celebration to follow the grand unveiling.
From 12.30pm, residents will be treated to a host of fun activities, including face painting, a charity raffle, cheerleader performances, a football and fancy dress competition and an array of stands and gazebos selling refreshments.
For more information on the official launch of Dakota Park or for details on any of the developments from David Wilson Homes at Chapelford Village visit dwh.co.uk.