CityWest Residential donates hundreds of books to inspire a generation of young readers

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CityWest Residential has donated over £800 to Westminster schools for World Book Day, helping to celebrate and promote the joy of reading to local children.

The Westminster estate agents worked with the schools to specially select and deliver books to Churchill Gardens Primary Academy, Edward Wilson Primary School, Queen’s Park Primary School. George Eliot Primary School was also gifted money to spend on books of their choosing.

Edward Wilson Primary School Deputy Head teacher, Claire Metcalfe, said: “The books that CityWest Residential donated have helped inspire our pupils, from nursery to year 6, as we continue to promote a love of reading.

“CityWest Residential has helped us to make World Book Day even more special and memorable for our pupils this year! We would like to thank them for such a generous donation.”

In addition to these donations, CityWest Residential have also recently provided £500 of materials to the Penfold Community Hub for their accessible activity sessions for Westminster residents aged over 50. This donation will help them to run their Cook and Eat sessions, drop-in Sewing Café, painting, drawing and craft classes.

Director of CityWest Residential, Oliver Miller, said: “CityWest Residential is more than just an estate agent, we are part of the local community and that’s why we continue to give back.

“We hope our donations will help to improve people’s lives and strengthen the community; from inspiring the younger generation to read, to supporting local groups to run invaluable activities for the elderly.”

CityWest Residential is part of CityWest Homes

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