The last year has been pretty tough on all of us – especially on children who through no fault of their own missed out on valuable education and seeing their friends. We wanted to give something back to the local community and give children in the Collier Row area something fun to do – so our team of Collier Row estate agents put their thinking caps on and partnered with Clockhouse Primary School to put on a fun and interactive easter egg hunt!
We worked with Gavin Koten, head of the PTA at Clockhouse Primary School, to create a unique treasure hunt, which involved dotting 31 estate agent boards around Collier Row to challenge pupils to find as many as they could. On nine of the boards, we included a single letter to form the word ‘community’ and Gavin created a form for pupils at the school to use to fill out where they found the boards.
We challenged pupils to find at least 15 of the boards – including the nine special boards which spelt out ‘community’ – and if they were successful, we gave them a prize of an easter egg.
The fun challenge started in time for February half-term, and we are delighted by how many children got involved and had lots of fun! So far, we have given out 70 easter eggs (and counting!) and generated a lot of positivity and wellbeing during the lockdown to the area and local community.
The boards will be up for a few more weeks, so if you have children and you’re local to Collier Row, we’d love for you to take part and see how many Keystones Property estate agent boards you can find!
We have really enjoyed working on this fun challenge with Clockhouse Primary School and have loved being able to give something back our community after a tough year for everyone.