Jan 01, 0001
To celebrate work being underway, and to offer the local community a first chance to view the site, The Quarry Erith team would like to invite families and locals to join them for an action-packed family fun day on Saturday 15 October from 10am to 4pm.
Located off Carlton Road, the Culture & Community day will offer a food fair with locally-sourced treats and free children’s entertainment including an appearance from children’s TV personality Jess French, animal face painting, a mini-mining experience, selfie station and creature crafts. There will also be an opportunity to meet the team and find out more about The Quarry’s transformation into an exceptional eco-development of at least 600 new homes and a state-of-the-art primary school.
Councillor Linda Bailey, who will be opening the event, commented: “I am really pleased to be opening The Quarry Community & Culture Day. This event looks like it is set to be a really fun day for families with a host of activities that kids will love. It is also going to offer the community a first glimpse of the exciting future this development is offering Erith, which I am certainly looking forward to seeing.”
The Quarry is a joint venture by L&Q and The Anderson Group, and represents a shared vision to create inspiring communities that offer residents a better way of living.
Cathy Lloyd, Sales & Marketing Director at L&Q commented: “We’re really looking forward to welcoming the local community to our Culture & Community Day. The Quarry has played an important role in the lives of local people for more than a century and we’re keen to celebrate this, as well as providing lots of free, family-friendly activities.”