Local School Enjoys Easter Egg Hunt At Beaufort Park

15th April 2009

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Pupils from Sunnyfields Primary School, Barnet, enjoyed taking part in an Easter Egg Hunt hosted by St George in the newly opened parkland of Beaufort Park, NW9.

On 2nd April 2009, almost 100 children aged between 4 and 7, travelled from Sunnyfields Primary School in Hatchcroft with their teachers and parents to visit the award winning development and enjoy a morning of Easter fun.

Staff from St George had hidden Easter eggs around parkland amongst trees, bushes and plant pots but within just a few minutes, the eagle-eyed pupils of Sunnyfields has found them all.

Ross Faragher, Managing Director of St George Central London commented, "We were  delighted to be able to host this event in the new parkland at Beaufort Park for the benefit of the local community and pleased that it proved such an enjoyable experience for all involved."

The parkland, similar in size to London's Berkeley Square, features a traditional Victorian design concept, with stunning planting and mature trees creating an immediate sense of place for the enjoyment of residents.

Beaufort Park incorporates a wide range of differing types of homes set amongst shops, bars, restaurants and leisure facilities surrounded by tree-lined boulevards and landscaped parkland.

For further details on the contemporary range of studio, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments and penthouses available from only £174,950 to £1,000,000 for the 3 bedroom Premier Penthouse. Please contact the Beaufort Park Marketing Suite on 020 8511 8600, or visit http://www.beaufortpark.co.uk for further details

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