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Royston and Lund will be taking part in raising money for Children in Need this Friday 17th November, all of which will be done in the comfort of their pyjama’s!

BBC Children in Need works throughout the year to ensure that every child in the UK has a safe, happy and secure childhood, and the chance to reach their full potential. It relies on the energy and commitment of thousands of fundraisers and supporters across the UK, who donate their time and money to put on events supporting the Appeal. 

A day of fundraising is being planned; the staff will be taking part in a ‘bake-off’ as well as donating £3 each to wear their pyjama’s all day! All support is welcome from members of the public where the culinary delights of the staff members will be offered for sale, the more the merrier to help raise any funds!

Speaking of their plans, Val Shakespeare said: “It should certainly make for an unusual day in the office with the staff all in their pyjamas! We had a great response from our Children In Need fundraising day last year when we managed to raise almost £700 and we’d love to be able to get close to that again so please do dig deep if you can! It’s a fantastic feeling to know we’re helping raise money for disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.”



Royston and Lund Estate Agents are proud to announce that we have just won All Agents Gold Award for the Best Letting Agent in NG2.


All Agents is The UK's Largest Customer Review Website for the Property Industry and its annual Awards rate agents based purely on what their customers think over a twelve-month period.


Stephanie Caine, Lettings Director said “As a local independent agent, we are delighted that our high levels of customer service have been recognised and we have therefore been awarded this title for the 2nd year running.  As an Award Winning Agent, Royston & Lund pride themselves in providing an unrivalled first class service to ensure that the letting of your property will be both profitable and trouble free.”


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As you will probably now be aware,  Royston and Lund are this year’s main sponsors for the West Bridgford Christmas Lights Switch On! All the action will take place on Saturday 2 December where shops, restaurants and cafes will be joining in the fun with seasonal offers and promotions and there will be celebrations taking place in the town centre throughout the day featuring Here are the details of exactly what is happening on the day

Central Avenue (9am - 6pm)

- Stage entertainment with Gem106 12pm-5pm

- Children’s fairground 11am-6pm

- Festive food and gift market 9am-6pm

 This year, as well as showcasing a great range of local independent businesses on the festive market, we'll also be welcoming special guest traders from as far afield as Italy, Slovakia and Poland who are joining the event as part of the YouNG Goes Euro Market, an initiative to support young entrepreneurs develop business skills.

Wesołych Świąt everybody!

 Gordon Square (1pm-7pm)

- family-friendly Christmas Roadshow from Mr Balloony with music, mascots and festive merriment

- FREE mini ice rink

- FREE Santa's Grotto 

The Christmas lights will be switched on at 5pm by the Mayor of Rushcliffe and our special guests from Gem 106 at breakfast, Jo and Sparky, followed by a firework finale. Catch them on stage from 4.30pm for fun and games.

 This year’s celebration will be sponsored by Royston And Lund Estate Agents, local estate agents. Gary Lund, Director, said: “We are delighted to be able to support Rushcliffe Borough Council with this year’s West Bridgford’s Christmas Lights Switch On. Having seen the event grow over the years, it is fantastic that we can play a part in this year’s offering. As a local business and an already integral part of the Rushcliffe community, we are keen to play an active role in supporting local events.”


It’s almost that time of year again to wrap up warm, get your wellies on and get ready for mushy peas, fireworks and family fun!

We’ve put together a list of all the local Bonfire and Fireworks parties. 

Forest Recreation Ground – Sunday 5th November – From 5.30pm 

• £ - Free of Charge 
• Bonfire and fireworks
• Fairground rounds (charges payable)

5.30pm - 10.30pm Funfair
7.15pm Children's fireworks display
7.45pm Bonfire lit
9.00pm Main fireworks display

Wilford Village Robin Hood Festival of Fireworks – Saturday 4th November - Gates Open 5pm
Nottingham’s biggest Charity Firework Display held at Nottingham Moderns Rugby Ground, adjacent Wilford Village tram stop, next to the Ferry Inn and Victoria Embankment Toll Bridge. 

• £ - Adult tickets £7, Children £2, Family ticket prices also available
• Bonfire and Fireworks
• Mini Fair
• Food includes hog roast, hot dogs, burgers, fish & chips, mushy peas, teas, coffee, doughnuts, candy floss, ice cream etc.

5pm – Gates open, hog roast and mini fair.
5pm-9.30pm Real ale marquee plus two local bands
6.30pm – Children’s fantasy fireworks
7.15pm – Bonfire Lit
8.30pm – “Crescendo of Galactic Fireworks!”

The White Horse Ruddington – Sunday 5th November – From 5pm

• £ - Free of Charge
• Fireworks Display
• Face painting
• Sweet Shop
• Roast Pork Cobs

Great Central Railway – Nottingham (Ruddington)– Saturday 4th November – Gates Open 5.30pm 

• £ - Adult tickets £5 (£4 advance) Children £3 (£2.50 advance) Family £12.50 (advance only)
• Hot food
• Funfair
• Miniature Railway
• Licensed Bar
• Chocolate Fountain
• Live music from “Firestone”

Keyworth United Football Club – Saturday 4th November – Gates Open 6pm

(Tickets on sale from Keyworth United Football Club as well as The Plough, Normanton)
6pm - Gates Open 
8pm – Fireworks

• £ - Adult tickets £7.50, children £5, under 3’s Free
• Food includes BBQ, giant chilli, jacket spuds and mushy peas
• Glow Entertainers 
• Inside and outside bar
• Music by “Toasted Frog”


We are delighted to announce that Royston and Lund are this year’s main sponsors for the West Bridgford Christmas Lights Switch On.  On Saturday 2nd December the Christmas lights will be switched on by the Mayor of Rushcliffe alongside Gem 106’s Jo and Sparky; this will be followed by a spectacular firework finale. There will be seasonal festivities throughout the day on both Central Avenue and Gordon Square and the fun includes a food and gift market with over 60 stalls, children's fairground rides and amusements, live music, a free mini ice rink, free Santa’s grotto as well as Mr Balloony’s Christmas Roadshow. 

Gary Lund, Director, said: “We are delighted to be involved in this year’s West Bridgford’s Christmas Lights Switch On. Having seen the event grow over the years, it is fantastic that we can play a part in this year’s offering. As a local business and an already integral part of the Rushcliffe community, we are keen to play an active role in supporting local events.”

Make sure you pay a visit to our offices on Gordon Road on the day as we will be taking part in the fun and festivities with our competition “Guess the price of the house” to be in with a chance of winning a fantastic prize!


Congratulations to both Terriann and Danny on the lovely news of the birth of Annie.  

We wish you all the love and happiness for the future. 

Terriann and Annie are both well and enjoying their bonding time together.  The team are looking forward to meeting Annie and having lots of cuddles.

Hurry up and pop in to see us Terriann!


Would you pay an estate agent NOT to sell your home?

It might sound like an absurd question, but there are plenty of companies ready to market your home for an upfront fee without offering any guarantees for your money.  We aren’t one of them.

We won’t ask for money and then sit back and relax: ‘no sale, no fee’, that’s our guarantee to you.  Our fees reflect the time and attention we put into you and your property to secure the right result for you.  You don’t pay us until we successfully sell your home, because we think that’s fair/

Get in touch with us today to see exactly what we can do for you.


Our Residential sales department in West Bridgford are currently recruiting for a highly motivated and enthusiastic full time Sales Negotiator. Experience is preferred although not essential.

You will be working within a team of negotiators and the role will include registering new applicants, booking property viewings and negotiating offers between applicants and vendors as well as dealing with sales progression.  Daily duties will also include meeting with and welcoming clients, managing and dealing with to telephone, website and email leads and using internal software.  Therefore being able to provide excellent customer service at all times is essential.

If you are organised with excellent communication skills and have a passion for the residential property industry, this opportunity could be for you!

Hours of work: 8.30am –5.30pm weekdays, and 9am-4pm every 3rd Saturday on rota 

In order to apply for this position, please e-mail your cv with covering letter to [email protected] or contact Val Shakespeare for more information on 0115 9811888.


British parents are prepared to do whatever it takes to get their children into a new school, including moving into a new home, according to a recent study by Santander.

One in four parents with school age children said they had either bought a new home or rented one in order to be in their desired school’s catchment area, with an additional 20% saying they were forced to change jobs. 44% of those asked said they would leave the area once their child had finished school.

Anyone who has tried to register their child for a new school will know how competitive it can be if the school has a good OFSTED rating and is well-regarded in your local area. Parents are willing to do whatever it takes to secure their child a spot.

Whilst this might seem like a big step to take – especially in terms of cost – the only other option is educating your child privately, which carries a considerably higher price tag.

The demand for property within the catchment areas of sought-after schools means existing homeowners and those who are only choosing to move to the area temporarily can charge a significant premium should they decide to sell.

Half of those who made the move said they sold their home and purchased a new one, 30% said they bought a second home and 19% chose to rent.

The average premium added to the price of a London property in a good catchment area was a shocking £81,800, followed by those in the south east and east which both commanded just under £29,000.

Northern Ireland is the cheapest location for making a catchment move, with those properties worth £6,400, while parents in Wales paid an extra £12,100 and those in Yorkshire paid £15,800.