Housebuilder hands over new play equipment to pre-school in Edlesborough




Learning has become even more fun for pre-school children in Edlesborough, thanks to a donation from a local housebuilder.

Housebuilder Bellway has given a water and sand table to Edlesborough Pre-School, which is part of Edlesborough School in the village’s High Street.

The developer is building new homes at The Grange, which neighbours the school.

Bellway’s Steve Coull, David Provan and Elaine
with pre-school children and pre-school assistant, Sally Needham

Jenny Peel, headteacher at the school, said: “This donation was a lovely gesture from Bellway, and we are really grateful.

“It is always great to receive new toys for the pre-school - and donations such as this one help us to continue to provide a fun-learning environment for the children.”

Bellway’s Steve Coull, David Provan and Elaine Brown
with pre-school children and leader, Lindsey Rigby

Elaine Brown, Sales Manager for Bellway Northern Home Counties, said: “Edlesborough is a fantastic village with a lovely community feel and we are really pleased to be able to support the pre-school here.

“We hope that the children enjoy using the equipment for years to come.”

There is currently a range of three, four and five-bedroom homes available to reserve at The Grange, with prices starting at £454,995.

More information can be found at bellway.co.uk

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