Community Projects

Barratt Homes continually engage with the local community, supporting local sports clubs, schools, charities and much more. Here are some community projects that have helped to shape the community in which you live, work and play.

School Visit to Charlton Hayes, Filton

School Visit to Charlton Hayes, Filton

Children from Callicroft Primary School have been given an insight into how a new housing development takes shape, after visiting Barratt's Charlton Hayes development.The youngsters were treated to a guided tour of the site to learn about all aspects of house building, including the latest innovations in...

Barratt supports Tough as Nails in Nailsea

Barratt supports Tough as Nails in Nailsea

Five star housebuilder Barratt Homes is set to support the local community in Nailsea by sponsoring the Tough as Nails assault course this summer. The event, now in its third year, is run by Sgt Mark Raby and the local Nailsea Neighbourhood team along with Carpe Diem...

Remembrance Sunday with Street-Naming Ceremony

Remembrance Sunday with Street-Naming Ceremony

Representatives from Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes joined local people at the newly-launched Saxon Gate development in Leonard Stanley on Remembrance Sunday, for a special naming ceremony.Streets at the new development are to be named in memory of local heroes who are listed among the fallen...

White Horse View, Westbury, Road Naming

White Horse View, Westbury, Road Naming

Barratt's White Horse View in Westbury has been chosen as the perfect setting for honouring the life achievements of a local man.  Former head teacher Nigel Gilhespy passed away from a brain tumour in 2006, but not before helping to provide local children with the best possible...