Blog - Community
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
We’re delighted to announce that we are participating in a nationwide event organised by Relocation Agent Network to collect at least 10,000 items of food (and other daily necessities) for local foodbanks. Taking place between 13 and 20 June, the event - #RANFoodbank10k – will see Relocation Agent Network members across England, Scotland and Wales join forces to help tackle food poverty in the UK.
Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Congratulations to Frost sponspored, Wraysbury FC who won the East Berkshire League Cup Final last night against Hounslow Wanderers. It was played at Burnham FC and, having gone a goal down, Wraysbury equalised only to go 1-2 down at half time. A second half equaliser pushed it into extra time where Wraysbury deservedly went on to win 4-2.
Friday, April 26, 2019
Pop along to the Gerrards Cross Lawn Tennis Club in Bull Lane for their action-packed Open Day on Saturday 18th May from 11am – 4pm. There’s fun for all with free organised Junior and Adult play sessions, mini tennis, BBQ, afternoon tea and cakes and our Gerrards Cross office has sponsored the tournament with prizes, medals and fun competitions for all. And there’s 25% off membership if you join on Open Day so well worth a visit!
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
650 boys and girls and their families joined Slough RFC in the spring sunshine on Sunday for a celebration of KIDS FIRST Rugby at the 2019 Wynford Phillips Festival. Twelve clubs sent teams to play in age groups from U7 to U12. Slough RFC was also pleased to welcome local school St Bernard’s Prep who were attending for the first time. In good KIDS FIRST form, a number of mixed teams were created on the day so that children got maximum playing time. Pools were kept small and games were managed by the coaches of participating teams to ensure that players had the best experience possible.
Friday, February 8, 2019
Spotlight on Flackwell Heath - our estate agent’s view. With a population of around 6000, Flackwell Heath is a desirable village nestled on top of a ridge in the Chiltern Hills between High Wycombe, Marlow and Beaconsfield. It enjoys superb views on three sides yet is just south of Junction 3 of the M40, with good access to the M25, and central London. Chiltern Trains to London Marylebone from High Wycombe or Beaconsfield have a journey time of just over 20 minutes.