Goddess gets a new look
06 August 2012
Hill Residential's exciting and ambitious scheme in Cambridge - Ceres - was launched on 4th August, with the sales office and show home open daily from 10.00am to 5.30pm.
A statue of Ceres, the Roman goddess of agriculture and fertility, has been rescued and restored, having been exposed to the elements for the last 50 years. The bronze sculpture will ultimately be positioned in the park in the centre of 150 flats being built as part of the cb1 development around Foster's Mill. In the meantime it is displayed in the sales office and illuminated nightly.
Tony Woodman, sales director, said: "Foster's Mill is an iconic landmark and Hill Residential is being careful to preserve its remarkable architectural features, giving the building a new lease of life without destroying its heritage. The Ceres statue is an important part of this area's history and it is going to make a welcome addition to the new development."
To register your interest or find out more information about Ceres, please visit www.ceres-cb1.com or contact the selling agent, Bidwells, on 0844 225 1977