Berriman Eaton are delighted to have collected so many items for the local charity, Bridgnorth Food Bank – www.bridgnorthfoodbank.co.uk
The items vary from washing up liquids and baby wipes to boxes of chocolates and cereals. We would like to thank all of our staff and clients who have generously donated to a worthy cause.
The charity is always looking for donations so please visit their web site to discover how you can help! You can always follow the charity on Facebook at the following www.facebook.com/BridgnorthFoodBank
Wishing all of our clients a very Happy and Healthy New Year!
We are pleased to announce the promotion of Patricia Gooding to a newly formed role of Sales Manager at the Wombourne Office.
Patricia has worked for the company for over fifteen years and brings a wealth of experience and has a full diverse range of skills from both sales and lettings which we believe will have great benefit to the progression of the Wombourne Office.
One of the UK’s largest on-line estate agents Emoov has announced that the business has gone into administration. The firm was the closest rival to Purplebricks, however since 2009 the company has been losing money.
The business model of paying commission up front, with no incentive to the agent to sell, proves that the traditional agents with pro-active marketing are key to selling properties. The fact that the business has failed also shows signs that the housing market is becoming tougher, and only the smartest and forward thinking business’s will thrive.
Make a difference for someone this year – REVERSE ADVENT – Donations can be dropped off at any of our offices in Bridgnorth, Tettenhall or Wombourne.
To find out what items are needed visit www.bridgnorthfoodbank.co.uk
Well done to Bridgnorth Running Club who will donate £500 each to the Royal British Legion to commemorate 100 years since the end of WW1 and to Bridgnorth Hospital League of Friends to mark the 70th anniversary of the NHS.
The money was raised as part of this year’s Bridgnorth 10k which saw over 300 runners compete on a route around town.
This year specially-commissioned plaques which portrayed the town’s war memorial were presented to the winners, with every competitor receiving a similar medal.
A total of 332 runners finished the event. First home in a time of 34.54 was Matt Costello of Telford Athletic Club.
First female home was Kim Fawke of Lawley Running Club setting a new female record for the course, completing it in 37:26.
Bridgnorth Running Club caters for all abilities and meets on a Monday and Thursday under the Town Hall at 7pm.
Matt Costello, Bridgnorth Running Club chair Nat Carr and female winner Kim Fawke
The Bridgnorth Office is supporting the Town’s special events this weekend to commemorate the end of the 1st World War. All businesses in the Town have made a special effort this year and it really is a wonderful sight to see if you are able to visit.
Another very happy client who has brightened up the office on a dreary Monday.
Thank MOËT it’s Monday!!
Hawthorn View in High Town, Bridgnorth.
This stunning property was designed and built in 2014 by a reputable local developer, completed to a high specification and contemporary in design with zinc roofing, fascias and guttering along with industrial style full height windows that frame the views complimented by the tiered balconies.
We wish the new owners all the best in their new home!
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