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The 80 independent estate agency offices of the Experts in Property network are pleased to announce the winners of their Autumn Prize Draw, all of whom received their prizes in time for Christmas.
With the 80 offices of the Experts in Property spread from St Ives to Poole and Bristol, there were hundreds of entries into the competition. All homeowners who had their local member estate agent round to conduct a sales or rental valuation on their property during the three months between 1st September and 30th November were entered for a chance of winning the Grand Prize of £2,500 to spend in John Lewis, or one of the five runners-up prizes.
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Woods and Woods Bryce Baker spread a little Christmas joy during the festive season - four of the six winners in the Experts in Property network’s Autumn Prize Draw were entered by the eight-branch South Devon firm of estate agents and auctioneers.
With eight woodshomes.co.uk offices covering Torbay, Teignbridge and the South Hams being part of the 80 independent estate agency offices of the Experts in Property spread throughout the Westcountry, there were hundreds of entries into the Autumn Prize Draw, all with a chance to win £2,500 John Lewis vouchers plus five runner-up prizes of £100 John Lewis vouchers. All homeowners who had a sales or rental valuation on their property during the three months between 1st September and 30th November were entered for a chance of winning.
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In recognition of its hard work, the lettings team at Force and Sons in Exeter has received the coveted annual Expert Branch (Lettings) Gold Award from the Experts in Property group, beating off rivals from around 80 other offices throughout the Westcountry.
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Hennings Moir and Saltash Foodbank launched their Reverse Advent Calendar campaign a few weeks ago and already have a number of hampers complete and ready to be delivered to people and families in need on 23rd and 24th December.
The idea behind a Reverse Advent Calendar is that instead of taking something from a calendar every day throughout December, you put something into a box. Since the launch of the campaign, Hennings Moir has received a steady flow of donations of food items for the boxes, as well as money and even complete hampers, all of which will contain basic items as well as a few luxuries.