Create Homes have teamed up with gardening contractors, Wilkinson’s Landscapers of Hothersall to donate and plant flowers at St. Peter’s Church in the quaint village of Inskip as part of this year’s ‘Inskip in Bloom’ competition.

The Inskip community is once again taking part in what has now become the UK’s longest running gardening competition.  It’s aim is to encourage local community groups to get together and brighten up their village, town or city in order to enjoy the social and environmental benefits of getting involved.  The village has been extremely successful in previous years, winning numerous awards as part of the North West regional competition.

Denise Cardwell, Sales Manager at Create Homes commented ‘We are very pleased to be involved with this fabulous community event alongside Wilkinsons and thank everyone involved in helping to make Inskip such a beautiful place to live.’

Judging takes place on 5th July.

Create Homes are part of the growing community in Inskip with two luxury developments offering 2, 3 , 4 and 5 bedroom homes, Ash Meadows and St Petersfield’s.

Pop in and meet us!  Our stunning show homes are open 10am – 4pm Thursday to Monday.  For more information contact our Sales Executive on 07900 221 896 or email


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