Share the Lovell! Local housebuilder donates £300 to local Rauceby pre-school to mark World Book Day


Local housebuilder Lovell Homes has donated £300 worth of Book Tokens to Rauceby Pre-school to mark World Book Day (Thursday 7th March) and improve their book collection, encouraging the children to read more.

Lovell Homes, which is currently building at it’s The Oaks development in Greylees, kindly donated the vouchers to the pre-school located in Rauceby to choose the books to add to its library.

Pupils attended pre-school dressed up as their favourite book characters in celebration of World Book Day, where children across the country are encouraged to come together to appreciate reading.

Diane Thomas, Rauceby Pre-school Manager said: “We are extremely grateful for the very generous donation from Lovell Homes.

“Lovell previously supported us and we are so grateful they have decided to continue. The vouchers mean we are able to expand the literacy experiences of all of our children, adding in a broader selection of books to choose from. Thank you Lovell.”

Toni Boden, regional sales manager at Lovell Homes said: “We are thrilled to be able to support the local community through encouraging local children to get stuck into a good book.

“World Book Day is a great national celebration, and we hope the children will make the most of the new books the pre-school can now purchase.”

The Oaks is a beautiful selection of 35 two, three and four-bedroom homes, located on Murrayfield Avenue in the friendly village of Greylees, South Lincolnshire.

With a variety of home styles on offer, The Oaks is the perfect development for property seekers looking for a calm and relaxed village lifestyle, with close links to nearby towns and amenities.

For further information on the homes available at The Oaks, visit the website Alternatively, you can call the sales office on 01529 664 371.

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