Thame Autumn Newsletter

Welcome to the Autumn edition of our newsletter keeping you up to date with all things Fisher German.  Since our Summer newsletter our Office Partner, Stephen Rutledge, has cycled the length of the country raising money for children charities, he might have been a little saddle sore but the trip was a huge success.  Meanwhile, Will Taylor has been competing with Thame Town Cricket Club, see below for a report on their cow shot successes along the crease.  We are thrilled to be welcoming our newest recruit, Isabel Bingham, who joins our team as a graduate surveyor.  To find out more about Isabel and her adventures in Kenya during the summer read her article Shamba Shake Up.  Virginia O'Sullivan, our Residential Sales Negotiator is going to take prospective house sellers through a checklist to help prepare a house for sale and, on a more sober note, Josie Palmer provides you with a reminder about the new rules and regulations relating to Carbon Monoxide alarms and Smoke detectors in let properties.

We have had a fantastic summer, attending the Thame Sheep Fair and The Bucks County Show, where Stephen was proud to be able to present the Rothschild Challenge Trophy to the Limousin Breed Champion.

An Autumn chill is certainly in the air so, with wood fires burning and the prospect  of darker nights our thoughts are turning to our Fisher German Thame Christmas Drinks party.  The date is now set for Wednesday 9th December, so do put it in your diaries, and we look forward to welcoming you to our office at 17 High Street, Thame, for festive refreshments from 5pm until 7pm.


Cow Corner

Shamba Shake Up in Thame

Bucks County Show and Thame Sheep Fair roundup

Residential lettings – smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms

Preparing your house for sale

John O'Groats to Lands End

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