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HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS!

Towards the back end of Summer, for the third year running, we were once again proud to support Davyhulme Golf Club in raising funds with their annual charity golf weekend. Competing for the Home team was Stephen Groves, (Home Estate Agents Group Director) Tony Hardy, (Head of Residential Sales at Kuits Solicitors) Billy Hill (Office Manager, Urmston Office) and Daniel Middleton (Lettings Negotiator) all took part in competing against around 30 other teams to raise funds for Christies and McMillian support.

Following a great day of Golf the results were announced, needless to say we did come last! Being the main sponsor for the event we thought it only right to contribute the first £2500 towards the fundraising for the event. We have just been advised that the grand total raised that weekend was a staggering £10,200 which will be donated to Christies and McMillian Support, I am sure you will agree both amazing charities that deserve every penny.

Throughout this year we have supported many charity events and are pleased to say that we have raised around £15,000 throughout all events, including the City of Salford 10k sponsored run that we as a team took part in. Going forward into 2015 we will continue to find ways of raising funds where and when we can to continue the support to these great charities.

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