The idea has been formulated to encourage children to enjoy reading in a peaceful and pleasant environment.  Both schools also participated in a ‘My Home’ drawing competition, and prizes were awarded by H.J. Burt to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd placed entries per year group.  The winning entries are being displayed at the Steyning and Henfield offices. 

This forms part of H.J. Burt’s continued support of the local community over the last 130 years.

Pictures show Jeremy Whittingham of Town & Village Sales at H.J. Burt’s Steyning Office, and Associate Partner, Robert Turner of the Henfield Office, together with children from both schools opening the Reading Huts.