This Land donates Christmas craft equipment to primary pupils in Fen Ditton

This Land Ltd, developer of Cityglades on Ditton Walk are delighted to donate craft equipment to Fen Ditton Primary School’s Christmas craft boxes that each child will receive.

The PTFA are creating Christmas craft boxes that will be packed full of activities, including clay to make their own tree decorations, shaped cookie cutters to make festive treats, and other paper crafts. These boxes are great for well-being and family fun over the holidays and beyond.

Amy Stelman, Co-Chair of the PTFA said: “We are very grateful to This Land for its generous donation. The pupils at Fen Ditton need a bit of extra joy this Christmas and the craft boxes will give them something fun to do. We are really looking forward to see what the kids create!”

Dave Gelling, Managing Director of This Land, commented: “As a company that is committed to supporting the local communities in which we build new homes, we are delighted to help with the Christmas craft boxes. We hope the items provide some fun and entertainment for the families.”

Fen Ditton Primary School is currently fundraising to purchase new reading books to match the different abilities of children. You can make a donation and find out more information here –

Cityglades is an intimate collection of just fourteen 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes located on the edge of Cambridge City and metres from Ditton Meadows. Now reserving off-plan, visitors can view the plans and price list at the sales & marketing suite located on site, open Thursday – Sunday, 10:30am – 4pm.

Pictured from left to right Amy Stelman (Co-Chair of PTFA), Mark Askew (Head Teacher of FDP), David Tofts (Construction Manager for This Land Ltd)