Heywood, Love from Anwyl

Applications are now open for our community fund in Heywod

Anwyl Homes, Abbeyfields, Sandbach; Children create a time capsule to be buried at Abbeyfields Sandbach. Pictured are Claudia Lambert, Olivia Rose Comley, Millie Silcock and Elodie Moulding.
Love From Anwyl

Applications now open for our community fund in Heywood

As a thoughtful homebuilder, we feel it’s important that we give back to the communities we build in. It’s why we’re offering to support those living in and around Heywood with a new community fund, Love From Anwyl.

Linked to our development, Whittle Brook Park in Heywood, the Love From Anwyl Fund is our way of reaching out to support the neighbourhood.

If you’re part of a charity or non-for-profit organisation we want you to let us know how we can help. In other areas we’ve helped foodbanks support people in need, replaced speakers for a youth club, provided funding for activities for adults with learning disabilities, enabled Scouts to improve their facilities and much more!

Apply for support

Apply for support, Love from Anwyl:

  • To let us know how we can help the community in Heywood follow these simple steps:
  • Download the application form here.
  • Remember to include details of how you think we could help your project, either through financial support or practical assistance.
  • Please ensure you include a full breakdown of costs and the time frames involved.
  • Please return your completed application form to [email protected] by midnight on June 3, 2024. Terms & Conditions apply. See the application form for details.
Anwyl ; Love from Anwyl ; Soul in a bowl, Northgate Church Chester. Helen Anthony and Danny Sadler with Sophie Jones, Anwyl sales Manager. Picture Mandy Jones
The gift of financial help

Through the Love from Anwyl Community Fund, we’ll be sharing £5,000 around Heywood. We’ll make a series of grants and release the funding in phases.

  • We’d prefer to share the love as widely as possible by lending our support to as many projects as practical.
  • The maximum grant we will consider making towards one project is £1,500.
  • If your application is reliant on additional help because it’s a higher value, long-term project, please make this clear in your submission.
  • We may be able to part-fund an element of your project or offer support in other ways.
The gift of time

Along with financial help, we’re also offering to donate our time and/or materials

  • Our various departments have a range of different skills that could help your community project. The Anwyl team includes site managers, including some with trade backgrounds, but we also have sales and office staff with a range of professional skills and some hidden talents we’d like to put to good use to support the community in Catterall.
  • We’re not afraid of getting our hands dirty, so may be able to help with gardening, painting or minor remedial works.
  • Alternatively, we may be able to donate building materials, tools or other items.
  • We can offer talks to schools and youth groups, virtually or in person.
  • We’re open to other suggestions of how we could volunteer our time.