Councillor Ryan Holloway Visits Tops Wareham to celebrate World Book Day

Tops Wareham Nursery hosted special guest Councillor Ryan Holloway for World Book Day festivities. The Councillor delighted children with captivating stories, fostering a love for reading and imagination.

Annually, we celebrate World Book Day to ignite children’s passion for reading, storytelling, and the joy of books. Additionally, this special day encourages creativity and imagination in young minds. Tops Wareham invited Councillor Ryan Holloway to share the beloved story ‘Tiger Who Came for Tea‘ with our little learners.

Danielle Hewitt, Nursery Manager at Tops Wareham, said “On Friday, we were lucky enough to have a visit at the nursery from Councillor Ryan Holloway as part of our World Book Day celebrations. The children loved listening to the different stories and engaging with Councillor Holloway by talking about the different books and telling him what stories they enjoy reading at home.”

Councillor Holloway also discussed key sector issues, including upcoming funding challenges, with Danielle and Stacey Nash, Regional Manager. Councillor Holloway is also a member of Corporate Parenting Board on Dorset Council. They explored solutions like the Family Hubs project, supported by Councillor Holloway and co-Councillor Beryl Ezzard, to establish a local family hub at the Youth Centre.

Quote from Ryan Holloway

“It was real pleasure again visiting the nursery, reading stories to the children and listening and talking to the staff as well. I very much look forward to coming back in the future.”

Tops Wareham Nursery demonstrated their commitment to enriching children’s experiences and nurturing a love for learning and literacy.

Tops Wareham is one of over 30 sustainable day nurseries in the Tops Day Nurseries chain across the Southwest. Providing flexible early education and care, Tops Wareham welcomes children aged 3 months to school age.

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