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On Tuesday 27 November 2018, Mayfair Town and Country hosted another charity quiz night in aid of the Dorset County Hospital Charity’s Cancer Appeal at The Poet Laureate, Poundbury. Yet again it was another success and there was a fantastic turn out, including lots of locals and even some dogs came along!
The Poet Laureate kindly donated the use of the venue and 10% of all revenue on the night and along with ticket sales and raffle tickets, the total raised was £758.72!
Mayfair Town and Country would like to thank everybody who came along and are thrilled with the amount raised.
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The prestigious EA Masters event took place in London on Friday 12 October 2018 in which agents from around the country were invited to attend. Mayfair Town and Country were shortlisted for the Best Estate Agent Guide award for ‘Exceptional Performance in Lettings’. On the night, we were delighted to be announced as finalists and rated within the top 4% in the country.
The Best Estate Agency Guide 2019 is supported by Rightmove and the Property Academy, who look at the performance of estate agents over a 6 month period by analysing information from Rightmove which includes the amount of time taken to let a property, customer experience and market share.
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It wouldn't be Christmas Day without a pudding, and who better to take advice from than baking icon Mary Berry!
How do you like yours? With a kick from rum sauce, boozy brandy butter or perhaps custard? Whatever your preference, this traditional recipe is sure to be a winner with all of your guests come the big day.
Just 15 minutes to prepare (and seconds to devour), it's easy to follow for even the most inexperienced of bakers.
Give it a go and tag us in your photos on Facebook!
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October sees the Second Reading of the Tenant Fees Bill in The House of Lords. There will be a debate in Parliament, with the Government minister introducing the measure and further contributions from Lords.
During last month’s reading, MP's rejected an amendment for fees to be capped at £300 and they voted down another proposal for potential maximum fines to be increased from £5,000 to £30,000.
The Bill is expected to be made law by the early part of next year as there seems to be no significant opposition.
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