Fundraising for Home-Start Horizons

Early-learning book to help parents with pre-school children

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One of our Rotary Club members, Maggie Wilson, has used her many years of teaching experience to write a book about how parents can help with early learning in the pre-school years, which are crucial to a child’s whole education. This easy to read book is available for £5.95 from The Book Nook in the Mall in Melton and Walkers Bookshops in Oakham and Stamford. Alternately it can be obtained from Maggie herself via the Melton Belvoir Website or Facebook page. (postage £3.50).

 All proceeds go to the charity Home-Start Horizons, a local community network of trained volunteers and expert support helping families with young children through their challenging times.

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