Builder’s boost for Kings Bromley village life

Builder’s boost for Kings Bromley village life


Family-owned Cameron Homes, based in Chasetown, has agreed to donate £5,000 to Kings Bromley for the purchase of a defibrillator and for village hall repairs.

The money has been handed over to Kings Bromley Parish Council who will oversee how it is spent.

“We are extremely grateful for Cameron Homes’ very generous donation of £5,000,” said Allan Howard chairman of the parish council.

“The funds will go towards paying for village hall roof repairs and the purchase of a defibrillator, which will be installed in the hall porch and could prove vital should any local person suffer a major trauma.

“Work on the roof will begin before the end of the year and we have been successful in raising a further grant of £1,000, with the remainder of the cost being found from parish reserves.”

Sonya Bagley, marketing assistant at Cameron Homes, said the firm was happy to get involved in the local community and to provide the valuable donation.

The company has recently completed a small development of 12 high specification homes in Lichfield Road in the village.

However, the firm has just announced details of new schemes at Barton Marina in Barton under Needwood and Tatenhill near Burton upon Trent, with details for both being listed at