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Crazy Golf 9 Hole Tournament

Wright Hassall Crazy Golf 9 Hole Tournament Sheldon Bosley Sam Russell

Wright Hassall Crazy Golf 9 Hole Tournament Sheldon Bosley 2nd Extra HoleThree of the Sheldon Bosley team attended the first ever annual Crazy Golf 9 Hole Tournament hosted by Wright Hassall Solicitors in Leamington Spa this week.

Fortunately the rain stayed away and it was lovely evening.

Wright Hassall Crazy Golf 9 Hole Tournament Sheldon BosleySam Russell (aka Tiger Woods!) made the four way sudden death playoff with his best round of 8 under par (par was 27) and was unluckily beaten at the 3rd extra hole by a hole in one from his opponent, Rory McIlroy!

Sue tied equal first for the ladies with a round of 2 under par and Simon Wilkinson’s best was also 2 under par.

Sam is hoping to go one better next year and no doubt those of you in Shipston will see him practising with his new set of clubs!

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Matthew Payne – Gains full qualifications

Matt Payne has now become a full member of the RICS

The Partners at Sheldon Bosley are delighted to announce that after a lengthy and extremely rigorous training and examination programme, Matthew Payne has been recently accepted as a full member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, specialising in Residential Surveys and Valuations.

Simon Wilkinson, the Partner in charge of the Survey and Valuation Department has welcomed Matthew enthusiastically, saying that “Matthew is a very valuable asset to the team, applying his natural eye for detail and methodical approach to provide a first class service.”

New RICS Member
New RICS Member

Buying a New Home……..

The purchase of a new home is likely to be the most expensive investment you will ever make, and yet many people give less consideration to condition than they would for a used car. Indicative figures published by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors suggest that only 1 in 5 of us will have any form of independent home survey carried out prior to purchasing property, and yet the average cost of remedying unexpected defects approaches on average £6,000. When buying a home, clearly money is always tight, however a home survey conducted by an RICS member offers peace of mind, and the relevant information with which to negotiate the fairest deal.

Let us help

So if you are considering purchasing property, or want to ensure that yours is in the best possible condition prior to sale, Simon and Matthew are ideally placed to advise you. For more details please contact 01789 292310 swlkinson@shelodonbosley.co.uk / mpayne@sheldonbosley.co.uk