Countryside Partnerships, the UK’s leading mixed tenure developer, has joined forces with partner Gatehouse Investment Management and groundwork contractors C3 Construction and ATD to provide £4,500 of support to Epic Partners, a dedicated charity focused on enriching the lives of disadvantaged children in the Nottingham Area. The sponsorship reinforces the partnership’s ongoing commitment to fostering vibrant communities in the region.
Epic Partners is an influential charity in the Nottingham community, acting as a vital conduit between local neighbourhoods, families, and educational institutions. Operating under the shared vision of fostering a brighter tomorrow, Epic Partners offers physical activity packages to schools addressing both physical and emotional well-being. It also holds regular community events and projects, both during school terms and holidays, bringing people together and breathing life into Nottingham neighbourhoods.
Pete Bewley, Chief Executive Officer at Epic Partners said: "Investing in the well-being of our children and youth is an investment in the future. Thanks to the incredible support from Countryside Partnerships, Gatehouse Investment Management, C3 Construction, and ATD, we are empowering the next generation in Nottingham. Their generous donation of £4,500 to Epic Partners not only enriches the lives of disadvantaged children but also nurtures a brighter future for our community. Together, we are building a foundation of hope, happiness, and opportunity through youth activities that will echo positively for generations to come."
Countryside Partnerships is dedicated to building sustainable communities in the Nottingham area through their Alvaredus, Fairham and Garvey Glade, Bestwood developments, bringing new housing where it is needed most. Through these schemes, 695 thoughtfully designed new homes are being delivered, with 204 offered for Private Rented accommodation and a further 208 available as affordable homes.
Lee Parry, Managing Director, North East Midlands, Countryside Partnerships said: “We are thrilled to join forces with our partners and contractors to offer this support to Epic Partners. The charity’s commitment to inclusivity dovetails with Countryside's partnership model, providing high quality mixed-tenure developments that deliver positive social impact for the neighbourhoods in which we work. We share both vision and commitment to working with and supporting local communities in the Nottingham area.”
Paul Stockwell, Managing Director of Gatehouse Investment Management, commented: “A major focus at all of our locations is the creation of thriving communities, where everyone is welcome and able to take advantage of the local amenities. Epic Partners is a fantastic organisation, helping to extend these benefits to as wide a range of people as possible, and as such it is a huge pleasure to be supporting its work in Nottingham”.
Sam Adams, Technical Director, C3 Construction said: “C3 Construction are proud to work together with Countryside Partnerships to support Epic Partners. The services and activities that Epic Partners provide are now more important than ever and we wish them continued success into making a real difference in the community of Nottingham.”