Happy readers welcome at library
A PRIMARY school in Sonning is top of the class following the opening of its brand new library and reception area.
Pupils, parents and staff from Sonning CE Primary School, in Liguge Way, threw open the doors of the brand new extension and newly refurbished library on Friday, November 3.
The Reverend Jamie Taylor, from St Andrew’s Church in Sonning, cut the ribbon of the new reception area, and hoped the children would enjoy the library.
He said: “I feel honoured to have been asked to open these new facilities on behalf of the Diocese of Northampton.”
Headteacher Luke Henderson thanked those who had raised the funds for the library.
Sonning CE Primary School’s PTA was the winner of our Community Cash Token back in May, winning £200 which has been put towards the purchase of new books for the library. To find out how your community group could win,
THE Wokingham Paper and TradeMark Windows have teamed up to present Community Cash Tokens.
The scheme is simple – cut out the tokens we’ll print each week.
Send them in to us, as many as you like, and once every two months we’ll pull one at random from the editor’s hat. One lucky group will win £200, courtesy of TradeMark Windows.
The more tokens that you and your supporters send in, the more chance you have of your group being picked at random.
The Community Cash Tokens are open to charities and other non-profit making groups within Wokingham borough and offer a great way of boosting your funds.
Send your tokens to: Community Cash Tokens, The Wokingham Paper, 231 Kings Road, Reading RG1 4LS.
Please note, only original tokens can be accepted.
Pupils Sophie Baker, Benji Stickley and Logan Tull enjoy their new library.