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Housebuilder supports family fun festival for second year
Dandara East Scotland has donated £200 to support the much-loved Dalkeith Festival for the second year running.
Held on Saturday 5th of August from 1pm at Kings Park, the funds will play a pivotal role in financing an array of activities, promising an unforgettable experience at the event, which is held just a short distance away from Dandara’s Eskbank Gardens development.
The exciting event will boast a fun fair, captivating performances by local young musicians and dancers, delightful pony rides, and face painting.
Margot Russell, Secretary of Dalkeith Festival Committee, said: “We are absolutely delighted to host the festival again this summer. It's heartwarming to see the community coming together, especially during these tough times when many families have been facing challenges due to the cost-of-living crisis.
“Events like this play a vital role in bringing cheer, offering a small respite and a sense of togetherness. We are hugely grateful to Dandara and all our sponsors, as their generous donations make it possible for us to continue hosting this cherished event, which holds such a special place in the hearts of our community."
Tony Williamson, Sales Director at Dandara East Scotland, said: “We are happy to extend our support to this fantastic festival, as it serves as an excellent initiative to foster unity within the local community.
“We hope that everyone has a brilliant time and that some of our residents at Eskbank Gardens manage to make it along to enjoy the fun!”
Eskbank Gardens, situated to the south of Edinburgh, enjoys a highly desirable location in the sought-after commuter town of Eskbank. With Dalkeith merely two miles away, residents can take advantage of convenient local amenities, bustling high street shops, a variety of restaurants, and the refreshing green expanse of King's Park.
Perfectly suited for commuters, Eskbank train station lies less than a mile from Eskbank Gardens, providing direct and efficient services to Edinburgh Waverley, with a travel time as short as 20 minutes. Additionally, Tweedbank is easily accessible within 38 minutes by train, expanding travel possibilities further afield. For those opting to travel by road, the nearby Edinburgh City Bypass opens up the routes via A1, A7, and A68, ensuring convenient journeys to distant destinations.
Dandara is currently selling its new homes at Eskbank Gardens in Dalkeith, where a collection of four and five bedroom homes are currently available, with prices starting from £405,995 for a four bedroom detached home with garage. A number of incentives, including deposit contributions and flooring packages, are also available on selected plots.
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