Old dairy cows 'go wild' in Streatham
Community-conscious housing developers have released three life-size acrylic cows in Streatham to promote new homes at The Old Dairy.
Bellway Homes launched the 'Design a Cow Hide cowpetiton' to publicise two bedroom apartments and four bedroom houses on Valley Road, due to be completed in January 2014.
The cows are now grazing at Streatham Youth and Community Trust, Dunraven Secondary School and Sunny Hill Primary School.
Angie Foran, chief executive of Streatham Youth and Community Trust, said: "We are thrilled to provide grazing space to one of Bellway's cows.
"One of our key values is to be embedded in the community, and by working with local businesses it helps us to achieve this."
The winning designs will be applied to the cows and placed in the hoarding of The Old Dairy.
Nicky Morton, sales director of Bellway Homes South East, said: "If anyone spots one of these cows and would like to take part, we welcome everyone to get involved, no matter your age or artistic abilities."
Winners will each receive a framed version of their cow entry, as well as a Kindle Fire or age appropriate prize. The competition ends on November 25. Entry forms are available at http://bellwayattheolddairy.co.uk
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