“To read and learn is one of life’s great pleasures, and it’s something that we believe that every person should have the opportunity to enjoy. Boots has a long standing commitment to improving literacy and access to reading for all. In the 1890s, Florence Boot created the Book Lovers’ Libraries in Boots stores before public libraries were common, so partnering Robin’s Tales is a fitting way of continuing and honouring her legacy. We’re looking forward to working in partnership with Hoodwinked, and hope that the BookBenches will be a lasting place for children to enjoy and discover stories and new literary heroes for many years to come.”
Elizabeth Fagan, Senior Vice President and Managing Director of Boots
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We’re thrilled to see that one of the winners of our #ReadOnNottingham @Hoodwinked2018 trail quiz is donating his books prize to his school for everyone to enjoy! Well done Kian! https://t.co/FRQL39FNlM
Thanks to everyone who completed our Hoodwinked Survey and congratulations to Kathy Kemp, who was our lucky winner of the panto tickets! 😀
👉Want to be in with a chance of winning 4 tickets to see Peter Pan this Christmas at @RoyalNottingham?
Simply take part in our Hoodwinked 2018 survey before the 15th November and you'll be entered into the draw! Oh yes you will! 😄
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