Bridges offices decorated by local children in our latest community initiative.
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This November we are running a ‘Decorate a Bauble Competition’ with the support of local schools in a community project to ‘glow-up’ our local high street offices in time for the festive period.
The Bridges team are delighted that Head Teachers and PTA teams from our local schools are supporting our latest initiative. Our ‘Decorate a Bauble Competition’ is an opportunity for students to showcase their creativity and artistic talent whilst bringing some festive spirit to our windows.
Bridges Estate Agents are providing a local school from each of our areas in Aldershot, Ash Vale, Farnborough, Frimley, Fleet, Farnham, Camberley and Hook with baubles for their students to decorate – all we ask is that they are decorated with as much imagination and creativity as possible and returned to school for collection before the end of November.
All baubles will then be displayed in their nearest Bridges High Street Office Window for the children to view with friends and family throughout December. All baubles will be labelled by the children with their name and age.
Our office leaders will select 1 winner and 2 runners-up from each school, and they will receive a goody bag containing arts and crafts essentials – the schools who are taking part will also receive a donation for taking part and supporting our initiative.
Our winners from each location will be posted with a picture on our blog and social media in December – so keep an eye out here: www.facebook.com/BEAltd
Thank you to Hale Academy in Farnham, Holly Lodge Primary School in Ash Vale, Whitewater Church of England Primary School in Rotherwick, Cross Farm Infant Academy in Frimley Green, Pine Ridge Infant School in Camberley, Tavistock Infant School in Fleet, William Cobbett Primary School in Farnham, The Cambridge Primary School in Aldershot, Tower Hill Primary School in Farnborough and Cove Infant School in Farnborough for taking part and brightening up our office windows this Christmas.