Housebuilder and development company Larkfleet Group ( raised nearly £1,000 for charity when it balanced business with pleasure at its annual golf day held recently at Toft Country House Hotel and Golf Club ( near Bourne in Lincolnshire.

The event raised approximately £940 for charity and Larkfleet is currently considering which worthy cause will benefit from its donation.

As well as raising funds for charity, the event provided a sporting day for hard-working employees and offered great opportunities to network with clients. Some impressive scores were recorded throughout the day and an evening meal – when a selection of prizes were presented to the winning team – completed the event.

Larkfleet Group managing director Karl Hick commented: “I am delighted with the level of support we gained at this event which allowed us to raise an impressive sum of money which will go to a worthy cause.

“What’s more, the golf day was a great way to build on client and customer relations as well as thanking employees for their hard work over the past year.”

Larkfleet has several developments across the East of England, including Lincolnshire.

Abbeyfields, located on the old Co-op site on Manning Road in Bourne, comprises two and three bedroom properties.

Properties at Abbeyfields are perfect not only for first-time buyers but also for buyers who are looking to downsize and young families looking for a high quality new home.

The Coppice development – located on the Orchard Field site in Deeping St James – is offering 12 two and three-bedroom properties for sale as part of the second phase of the development.

Solar photovoltaic (PV) panels will be fitted to every property constructed as part of the second phase of The Coppice so homebuyers can benefit from reduced energy bills as well as generating additional revenue from the government’s Feed in Tariff. The PV panels will produce electricity from daylight, generating useable power even on cloudy days. Selected plots will also benefit from solar photovoltaic (PV) panels at Abbeyfields.

The government’s Help to Buy scheme is available at both The Coppice and Abbeyfields so homebuyers could potentially own 100 per cent of a new home with just a 75 per cent mortgage and 5 per cent deposit.

The Croft ( is an exclusive lifestyle living community in Bourne developed by Larkfleet and Keystone Developments for those aged 55 years and over.

The Croft development consists of 69 one and two-bedroom bungalows and two and three-bedroom chalets arranged around attractively landscaped courtyards.

As part of the development, a historic manor house has been restored to its former glory and stylishly refurbished to form a communal ‘hub’ for residents. The manor house on site has already hosted a variety of activities for residents and local people in its stylish communal facilities.

The sales team at The Croft understands that different homebuyers’ financial circumstances are varied so it has developed a range of finance schemes and options which can be tailored to suit individual buyers.

For more information on Larkfleet developments, call The Croft sales office on 01778 426995, The Coppice sales office on 01778 380172 or the Abbeyfields sales office on 01778 392795.