Housebuilder Harron Homes have once again shown their generous support for local football club, Crofton Juniors. This is the second year running that Harron Homes have sponsored new kit for the team Mick Dooler representing the club said; “There are not many companies around us that show their support to local groups. Without supportive people like the guys at Harron, grass roots sports would struggle to continue but
thanks to … Read more. “Continued support for Crofton Juniors AFC”
North Yorkshire racing driver Max Coates had a rollercoaster weekend at Oulton Park where he was competing in his Harron Homes sponsored car in the Renault UK Clio Cup.
In pre event testing Coates was inside the top ten with a number of drivers separated by just tenths of a second. Moments before Saturday’s qualifying session the heavens opened, starting with spitting rain and progressively getting worse. Coates pitted for … Read more. “Coates bounces back from Qualifying crash for solid points”
Leading developer of luxury properties, Harron Homes, has opened the doors to two stunning show homes at Devonshire Gardens in Crich.
A VIP champagne reception was held on Friday 12th May to mark the occasion, with invitations sent to customers that have already reserved a home from plan, local businesses in the village and customers that have reserved at Harron Homes new development in Matlock, Thornberries. The show homes … Read more. “Show homes open for viewing at Devonshire Gardens”
Max Coates endured a difficult weekend in the Renault UK Clio Cup at Thruxton, the fastest track in the country. The Harron Homes sponsored driver arrived 2nd in the championship following a pair of fantastic results at Donington Park three weeks earlier.
With pre-event testing two and half weeks before the Thruxton race meeting the Primex Plastics and PLASgran recycling backed car took to the track on Saturday for … Read more. “Tough Thruxton weekend for Coates”
Leading developer of luxury properties, Harron Homes, has made a £2,000 contribution towards a community project aiming to restore the facilities at the recreation ground in Crich.
The developer, which is building a range of exclusive four and five-bedroom homes in the village at Devonshire Gardens, responded to a request for support from the PLACE Project. The donation will be used towards the purchase of brand new play equipment.