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A haunting experience for buyers in Portskewett

21st October 2010 Print

Homebuyers in the village of Portskewett could be in with a fright when they visit St Mary’s Court this month – but the spooky atmosphere won’t have anything to do with the quality of the superb homes on offer.

The Barratt development is hosting a special Halloween celebration on Saturday 30 October and is inviting potential buyers to get in to the spirit of things by taking part in the fun activities planned.

“Neighbourhoods across the region will all be getting involved in the fun and frolics of Halloween – so it is only fitting that we make a start here at St Mary’s Court,” said Barratt sales director, Adrian Bird.

“It provides a taster of the community spirit present at Barratt sites in Wales and gets buyers involved right from the beginning. There will be a host of ghoulish creatures and a touch of mystery here during the event – and a supply of spooky culinary treats for our visitors too.”

Those attending will also get the chance to explore the selection of eye-catching new three, four and five bedroom homes at the development – and a team of experts will be on-hand to advise on any aspect of the homebuying process.

“This is an excellent chance for buyers to come and see us for an informal chat about this outstanding development. It promises to be a fun day – and the team here is looking forward to welcoming visitors for a celebration with a difference this Halloween,” said Adrian.

Just seven miles from the M4, St. Mary’s Court offers excellent commuting links to Bristol, London and Cardiff. The village itself is steeped in history and tradition – and is even mentioned in ancient Welsh stories as one of the three chief ports of Wales.

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