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Sustainable hampers gifted to local school
Sir Henry Fermor Primary School in Crowborough has received two special hampers from local housebuilder Dandara, who will soon be launching homes in the area, as part of their summer fete raffle.
Sourced from The Zero Waste Company’s ethical emporium which is locally based in the Tunbridge Wells area. Both hampers contained eco-friendly and locally produced items, including homemade bath bombs, locally produced chocolates, tea towels that are printed with eco-friendly inks, reusable bamboo make up pads and scrunchies handmade with recycled thread.
Louise Norman, Head of Sales at Dandara South East commented: “Supporting the local community in areas where we build is of the utmost importance to us, which is why we chose to put together a hamper with locally sourced goods. Both hampers are filled with eco-friendly goodies, which we hope the winners enjoy!”.
Dandara is currently building its new homes at Pearmain Place in Crowborough, nearby the Sir Henry Fermor Primary School in East Sussex, where a collection of three-, four- and five-bedroom homes will be available from Summer 2023.