19 Nov 2020
Creating comfortable and cosy homes is what we do best so when we were asked to help Scotland’s oldest city farm support its animals with warm bedding and tasty food we were only too happy to help.
We’ve donated £1,000 to help Lamont Farm Project continue caring for more than 80 rescue animals throughout the winter months at their farm in Erskine.
The farm is just minutes from our development of new homes at Dargavel Village in Bishopton and was set up in 1977 to educate people of all ages and from all walks of life in animal care, welfare and husbandry.
As well as making this donation, we have also purchased a number of family memberships for Lamont Farm which we are giving to families who buy new homes at Dargavel Village.
Yvonne Elliot, farm manager at Lamont Farm Project, said: “The work of Lamont Farm is wholly dependent on volunteers and donations from the community and we are very grateful for Robertson Homes’ contribution which will cover the costs of vital food and bedding as we approach the colder months.”
Julie Henderson, sales manager at Robertson Homes said: “Lamont Farm is not only a brilliant family day out, it also gives mainly rescue animals a safe and secure home and is very popular with the local community.
“We’re a team of animal lovers at Robertson so helping to give Lamont Farm’s animals the very best home possible was a natural thing to do.”