Page 17 - Redbrik Estate Agents: Winter 2018
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We’ve appointed  ve new members of sta  to join our growing team.
Emma Louise Wilson, Thea Cox, Natalie Watters and Jacqueline Andrews have taken up their new roles at our bustling Chester eld o ce, while o  Addenbrooke has joined the Krynkl team, in Kelham Island.
Having worked in the property industry since 2011, Emma’s previous employers include Blundells and William H Brown – she’ll take a role in our valuing team.
Thea’s previous employers include Treetops Nursery and Lilypad Café, and she is now hoping to bring her top customer service skills to the estate agency in her new role as an applicant manager.
Prior to her role at Redbrik, Natalie worked at Reeds Rains for three years where she gained valuable industry experience in negotiating. She joins as a Sales Manager.
Having previously worked in the education industry for most of her life, Jacqueline has over 20 years’ experience with nursery children. She got involved in property a few years ago after buying and renovating an old Victorian building.
With more than 14 years in the industry, o ’s previous employers include Blundells and Spencers. She will take on the role of Lettings Negotiator at Redbrik, supporting renters through the application process right the way through to the  nal check out.
Julie Bulheller, director at Redbrik, said: “Emma, Thea, Natalie, Jacqueline and o  each bring with them plenty of experience and a great deal of local knowledge which is hugely bene cial to Redbrik.”
time of 1:21:08, followed by Marcus Nicholson in third with a time of 1:22:33.
Ashleigh Barron from the Steel City Striders was the  rst female to complete the course with a remarkable time of 1:30:15, followed by She eld based TeamGB Duathlon and Triathlon athlete, Fiona Kesteven, who ran in 1:31:22. Deborah Lock rounded o  the top three females running in a time of 1:31:33.
The race was held in aid of local and regional worthy causes, primarily supporting event charity partners
– Chester eld-based Ashgate Hospicecare and North Aston-based Bluebell Wood Children’s hospice.
Runners from Redbrik’s Chester eld o ce raised more than ££,500 for the charities by taking part in the event. Mark Ross, Peter Lee, Michael Parry, Lindsey Holdsworth, Tracey Gurney, and Ross Bateman all ran the 13.1-mile course to raise money for Redbrik’s three chosen charities of the year.
John Timms, Events Director at MLS Contract Ltd, organisers of the event, said: “We were thrilled with the turnout of the event despite the traditional British weather.
“I’d like to take this opportunity to
congratulate all our entrants for taking part and completing the race in such di cult circumstances.
“I would also like to thank all those who were a ected by any road disruptions across Chester eld for their good will and co-operation throughout the day. We must thank the 200 volunteers who helped marshal the course and gave up their valuable time to ensure a successful event.
“This event will have enabled our hospices to do more work for those most in need in our local communities and all our partners wanted to support this.”
Our Director Mark Ross, who also
took part in the event, said: “We are delighted to have been involved with such a successful event – The turnout was tremendous considering the windy weather.
“It’s been great to really get behind such a brilliant occasion and to be the main sponsors of the event – it made us so proud to see the participants and the huge crowds that turned up to cheer on the runners, it felt like the whole town came together.”
The event also held a successful family- friendly 2.5km Peak FM Fun Run which ran tandem to the main event.
The stunning Overton Hall. See page 52 for a closer look around the property
it didn’t have any heating or a kitchen! We just fell in love with the place and throughout the years we’ve lovingly restored the house, keeping as many of the original features as possible.
“All of the rooms have their own personality so I don’t know if I have a favourite room – none of them are the same. I do love the Oak Hall because it has that ‘wow’ factor with its original oak panels, exposed beams and oak staircase.
The surrounding area is also incredible, especially for walking, o  road cycling and horse riding. It is a beautiful and safe place to live. Once you move here, you’re here for years.”
The property has many stunning features including  ve double bedrooms, four of which are en suite, and one further family bathroom. The dual aspect sitting room with Clearview Multi Fuel Stove stands in 0.75 acres of landscaped grounds.

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