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Secure a new home at Haycop Rise and receive £50* towards a meal at Clays of Broseley

23rd November 2015 Print
Taylor Wimpey

Quick-off-the-mark homebuyers can take advantage of a fantastic offer available at Taylor Wimpey’s new Haycop Rise development in Broseley, Shropshire.

The first five purchasers at this stunning development will each receive a £50 voucher for Clays of Broseley, a popular family-run restaurant located in Broseley’s historic High Street, just a short stroll from the new homes in Dark Lane.

David Clay, of Clays of Broseley, says: “We’re delighted to be working in partnership with Taylor Wimpey to welcome the first new residents at Haycop Rise to Broseley.

“Broseley is a fantastic place to live with a fascinating heritage, an eclectic mix of independent shops and businesses and an incredible community spirit. Enjoying a meal out at a local family-run restaurant is a great way to start life here!”

Anne Wallace, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “This superb incentive is available to the lucky buyers of the first five plots sold at Haycop Rise.

“We think it’s a brilliant way to introduce homebuyers to their new area and to this prominent local business, which is an excellent example of the high-quality local amenities within walking distance of our new homes.”

“However, with four plots already reserved at Haycop Rise, savvy purchasers have no time to waste! We are also offering a £2,000 options voucher to make your new home your own, when you reserve a property before completion of our showhome.”

There’s an exceptional selection of high-quality three and four-bedroom properties currently available to reserve at Haycop Rise, priced from just £182,995 and £289,995 respectively, with a fresh selection of two, three and four-bedroom designs coming soon.

Haycop Rise enjoys a wonderful setting off Dark Lane, within walking distance of a host of amenities which offer a relaxed rural lifestyle.

A thriving community with a choice of shops, pubs and places to eat within walking distance, Broseley also boasts good local facilities including a library, a health centre and two well-regarded primary schools. Secondary schooling is available in nearby Much Wenlock or Madeley.

With a stunning location on the south bank of the Ironbridge Gorge, Broseley is neighboured by the world-famous Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site.

Along with the Jitties, a fascinating maze of narrow lanes and passageways, Broseley is also home to Broseley Clay Pipeworks Museum, one of the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust’s 10 museums, while its beautiful church is referred to locally as the ‘Cathedral of Shropshire’.

Meanwhile, the M54 is just eight miles from home for links to the motorway network, and the major centres of Telford (nine miles away), Shrewsbury (16 miles) and Wolverhampton (20 miles) are within easy reach.

More information about Clays of Broseley, located at 67 High Street, Broseley, is available online at

To find out more about the new homes now on sale at Haycop Rise, prospective purchasers should visit the Sales Centre, which is currently located at 3 Delphside, Broseley, Shropshire, TF12 5EP, and open Thursday to Monday from 11am to 5pm. Alternatively, visit

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