Taylor Wimpey blesses All Saints Primary School with new books
All Saints CofE Primary School, in Chorley, has a whole new library of reading materials, thanks to leading homebuilder, Taylor Wimpey Manchester.
The homebuilder has provided £300 for the school to invest in new library books, allowing the children to improve their reading skills, alongside several copies of Taylor Wimpey’s children’s book; ‘How we build your home’, featuring Handy Andy and Millie Mortar.
Sarah Partington, headteacher at All Saints CofE Primary School, comments: “The children will be delighted. Reading is such an important part of a child’s development, not only to further their literacy skills, but also to encourage them to use their imagination and think creatively. Having a wide variety of books to choose from will make a huge difference.”
Chloe Dunn, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey Manchester, adds: “We’re due to launch our new development, Eaves Green, in the next few months and it’s really important for us to get involved with the community throughout our time on site.
“It is a great community investment for us - we were delighted to step in as soon as we heard of the opportunity.”
Eaves Green is a planned development just off Lover Burgh Way, comprising a number of one- to four-bedroom homes.
Sarah concludes: “Contributions like this really do make a big difference - we’re very grateful for the support.”