Golden days in our lovely new home

Kentish Gazette Canterbury & District - East Kent Property - - HOMESNEWS -

Down­siz­ers Philip and El­iz­a­beth Tal­bot had plenty to smile about as they cel­e­brated their golden wed­ding in their new home.

Af­ter three decades in their large home at Hawkinge, the cou­ple were the first res­i­dents to move into the Schol­ars’ Vil­lage devel­op­ment in nearby Folke­stone, hav­ing re­served their prop­erty off-plan.

Soon af­ter they moved in to the Pent­land Homes devel­op­ment, friends and fam­ily ar­rived to mark 50 years of mar­riage for the cou­ple, who have been fos­ter par­ents to dozens of chil­dren.

Among the well-wish­ers were Pent­land Homes staff, who pre­sented the cou­ple with a bou­quet.

Philip said: “It was fas­ci­nat­ing watch­ing our home take shape, and be­ing the first res­i­dents we’ve en­joyed watch­ing the site’s progress.”

Schol­ars’ Vil­lage, a devel­op­ment of 84 two, three and four-bed­room homes, is next to Park Farm Road. Kitchens are by Roma In­te­ri­ors, who achieved a neat and mod­ern fin­ish for the Tal­bots with cup­board doors in light grey.

The mar­ket­ing suite is open 10am to 5pm, Thurs­day to Mon­day.

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