Peterborough-based homes builder gives gift to charity

A brain injury support group has received a grand donation from a Peterborough-based housebuilder.

Sunday, 25th June 2017, 7:00 pm
Updated Tuesday, 18th July 2017, 8:25 am
Simon Muldoon and David Turkentine, both of Headway Cambridgeshire

Headway Cambridgeshire, which provides support services to brain injury sufferers and their families and carers, has received £1,000 from Persimmon Homes East Midlands, based in Commerce Road, Lynch Wood.

Gavin Chappell-Bates, fundraiser of Headway Cambridgeshire, said: “We’re thrilled to have received this kind donation towards our continued work with those affected by brain injury.

“This generous funding allows us to continue to run our hub services, a vital component of our rehabilitation work.”

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Nova Eames, head of sales at Persimmon Homes East Midlands, said: “I’m delighted to see this money going to such a worthwhile cause.

“We want to help out those in the areas in which we build and Headway Cambridgeshire really is a vital charity that will benefit from our funding.

“Our scheme gives charities and community groups from across Cambridgeshire the chance to apply for up to £1,000 of funding. It has been a hugely successful initiative which has allowed us to support more than 20 good causes already.”

“Applications for funding can be made quickly and easily by visiting”

For more information please visit, or to learn more about Headway Cambridgeshire visit

The donation is part Persimmon’s the nationwide Community Champions scheme, which has given away over £1million to charities across the UK since March 2015.