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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
Wesołych Świąt everybody!
- 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.
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
• 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.
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.
Royston & Lund are delighted to announce that along with other Guild Members in the Midlands area, on 17th October we will be holding an Exhibition at our associated Office in Park Lane, London. The exhibitions are part of the ‘London’s Looking’ campaign, which is designed to showcase properties to buyers looking to move out of the capital.
We are the exclusive members of the Guild of Property Professionals for the West Bridgford/South Notttinghamshire area and are hosting this property exhibition at the Guild’s Head Office on Park Lane. The Guild are a national network of approximately 800 independent estate agents, delivering local, regional and national property exposure.
Gary Lund, Director said “We are excited about bringing our properties to the London market. It’s a great chance for us to interact with London buyers, and for the buyers to see what we have to offer in the Park Lane setting. We urge any home movers to contact us in order to take advantage of this opportunity to access the lucrative London Market.”
Contact us today in order to arrange for one of our Valuer’s to visit you in your home with a view to discussing the marketing of your property, which will include showcasing the details at our London Exhibition.
It appears that the continuing rise in house prices and numerous reports on affordability have not deterred first-time buyers from entering the market.
According to new research from Connells, 49% of all property purchase valuations carried out in July were made on behalf of first-time buyers, a figure which has risen 6% on the five-year average.
The latest Survey and Valuation report from Connells detailed a considerable rise in transactions from first-time buyers as it showed 36,000 loans taken out in the month of June, this is the highest number seen from the demographic in 11 years with a huge 22% month-on-month rise and 6% year-on-year.
Corporate Services Director, John Bagshaw, commented on the findings of the report, stating that “Demand from first-time buyers is supporting the housing market at the moment. People are eager to get on the property ladder, with record high employment and competitive mortgage rates. But this doesn’t mean it’s an easy task to get a foothold in the market. Economic conditions are still tough”
Bagshaw suggests that while many first time buyers are eager to get on the housing ladder, the market can still be tough and feels they should receive further assistance; “With the value of a typical property rising £10,000 in a year, first-time buyers still need help. Perhaps they could be given an exemption from stamp duty”
This recent report also shows that there has been a small drop in new landlords entering the market, and suggests that “Government policies, including the stamp-duty surcharge and reduction in buy-to-let mortgage relief” have most likely made potential new property investors slightly hesitant to get involved in the buy to let market.
“People are still investing in the buy to let sector, but they’re typically existing landlords looking to expand their portfolio and increase profits to offset increasing tax bills. But the stamp duty surcharge, combined with the reduction in buy to let mortgage tax relief is potentially dissuading new small scale, amateur landlords from entering the market,” Bagshaw added.
The property market has also seen a rise in remortgaging to 36%, 10% higher than the five-year average as consumers are securing more long-term fixed rate deals as they take advantage of the competition amongst lenders when refinancing their home.