Cameron Homes welcomes first baby

Cameron Homes welcomes first baby


A presentation has been made to mark a new arrival at Keepers Cross in Tividale.

Cameron Homes, who are building a range of new homes at Keepers Cross in Tividale, have welcomed baby Albert Bullock to the neighbourhood.

He is the first baby to be born at the development, which will eventually see a total of 60 two, three and four bedroom houses being provided at the five-acre site in Palmerston Drive, near the Gower Branch canal.

His parents Becky Whitehead and Chris Bullock moved into a three-bedroom property from an apartment in Birmingham city centre.

“We wanted something bigger and to be nearer my family in Dudley and we could not be more pleased with the house,” said Becky, who, like her partner Chris is a hotel operations manager.

“Cameron have been fantastic, especially as I was moving whilst heavily pregnant – they did everything they could to help and even now call in regularly to make sure all is ok.

“We love living here and we especially love the garden – we can’t wait until Albert is old enough to play in it.”

Cameron’s sales and marketing director Andy Gough said: “We have a long tradition of building in the Black Country and are pleased with the popularity of the development in Tividale, which is one of our most significant schemes in the region.”

The company currently has a selection of three and four bedroom houses on the market, with prices starting at £242,000 with tailored purchase packages available to make moving easier

The site is near to the Black Country Living Museum, Merry Hill shopping centre and Dudley Castle and access to the M5 is approximately two miles away.

The sales office at Keepers Cross is open from 11am – 5pm seven days a week. For further information please call 01384 505 736