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Housebuilder donates £300 to two Rutland schools to mark World Book Day

Housebuilder Lovell Homes has donated £300 worth of Book Tokens to two local schools to help mark World Book Day.

Lovell Homes, who is currently building at its Greetham Gardens development in Greetham kindly donated £150 of vouchers each to St Nicholas CE Primary School and Cottesmore Millfield Academy, in Cottesmore near Oakham.

Each school invited pupils to dress up as book characters in celebration of World Book Day, where children across the country are encouraged to come together to appreciate reading.

Sarah Lyons, Head Teacher at St Nicholas CE Primary said:

“Reading is one of our key priorities and we are constantly needing an injection of new books to supplement our school library to nurture and sustain our pupils’ love of reading.

“Imagine our surprise and delight when we received this most generous offer just in time for our upcoming book fair!

“We really cannot thank Lovell enough for this fantastic donation. It will have such a direct and positive impact on our children, and has made our World Book Day really special!”

Robert Adams, Managing Director for Lovell Eastern Region said:

“World Book Day is a great celebration throughout the UK, and we are thrilled to be able to support the local community through encouraging local children to get stuck in to a good book.

“We are delighted to be able to contribute to both St Nicholas CE Primary and Cottesmore Millfield Academy’s libraries, and we hope the pupils will make the most of the new books the school can now purchase.”

The showhome at Greetham Gardens opened recently and potential homebuyers are being encouraged to enquire about the beautiful stone built homes on offer at the Oakham Road development soon.

Greetham Gardens hosts 34 three, four and five-bedroom detached homes, starting from £334,995.  

For more information about new homes at Greetham Gardens, visit Alternatively, you can email the sales team [email protected]

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