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Thursday, January 14, 2021
Congratulations to Woodland Manor Care Home, Chalfont St Peter who raised £1745 in their virtual Bake Off for Archie, sponsored by our Chalfont St Peter office. The Bake Off turned out to be a huge success with many decorated cake entries for both the juniors and seniors and the prize draw. Residents from Woodland Manor and Steve Ariss, manager at our Chalfont St Peter office selected the winners! Congratulations all!
Thursday, November 19, 2020
Ready Steady Bake! Join the fun and create a highly decorated cake with the theme “Celebrations” to enter “Bake off for Archie!”. Frosts’ Chalfont St Peter office is sponsoring this event and would like as many people as possible to take part. It is for an excellent cause, entry to the competition will cost you just a £5 donation to Archie’s Journey and the best two entries will each win a cash prize of £100!
Friday, September 11, 2020
One thing that the pandemic has taught us is to appreciate the great outdoors. During lockdown, access to gardens, parks and open countryside was a real blessing. This is reflected in the wish lists of potential buyers and tenants looking for a new home. Rightmove research from May shows that 39% of buyers and 49% of tenants say that their priorities have changed and that they are increasingly looking for a bigger garden, more space, access to parking or a garage, a home office or space to create one and access to green spaces nearby.
Tuesday, September 8, 2020
Almost 80 million people worldwide have been forced from their homes by conflict or disaster and now these communities will be hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Three of the team from our Staines office - Harry Edmonds, Joe Baldwin and Laura Woodward - will be taking part in the Rations for Refugees challenge, eating the exact same food rations as a Syrian refugee for one week from Thursday 10th to Wednesday 16th September and would really welcome your support.
Thursday, March 5, 2020
Spotlight on Gerrards Cross, our estate agents view: Gerrards Cross is quite simply one of England’s most sought after places to live with a reputation for exclusivity and house prices well above the UK average. So what makes this commuter town so desirable? At first sight it may not appear to have the rich history associated with some of the neighbouring Chilterns villages. Much of its architecture dates from 1906 or later, when the arrival of the railway acted as a catalyst for rapid growth.
Thursday, January 16, 2020
Spotlight on Ashford – our estate agents view: Ashford, Surrey (not to be confused Ashford, Kent) lies 15 miles SW of London. Its history dates back to the Domesday Book as 'Exeford' and the origins of St Matthew's Church to 1293. But Ashford really flourished between 1930 and 1960 as the rural village became the commuter town it is now, with the M25 offering easy access to the M3, M4, M40 and Heathrow Airport. Ashford’s mainline station has trains to London Waterloo every 15 minutes or so with a journey time of around 38 minutes.