Rooftops Magazine Summer 2016

Rooftops Magazine Summer 2016

Posted: June 22, 2016   •   Posted in: Rooftops Magazine

Welcome to another edition of ‘Rooftops’, which we hope you will find continues to be a good read, full of interesting, amusing and informative articles. We also hope that you might want to consider buying, selling or letting a property through us as well – but if not, at least you’ll know what we do and where to come to. As I write, the […]

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Fine Wines from East Anglia

Fine Wines from East Anglia

Posted: May 31, 2016   •   Posted in: Local Interest

Our terrroir and climate are particularly favourable for vines. Bacchus is widely grown as it prefers a drier climate and most recently growers have been planting Pinot Noir. Bacchus and Madeleine Angevine are becoming our signature English vine varieties producing distinctive East Anglian flavours. Other successful wine varieties include Chardonnay, Reichensteiner, Huxelrebe, Shonburger, Seyval, Faber, […]

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The Great British BBQ

The Great British BBQ

Posted: May 19, 2016   •   Posted in: General News

Among all the creatures on earth, only humans cook — and barbecue is the world’s oldest cooking method. It has been said by anthropologists that mastery of fire permanently altered our evolutionary path, allowing us to have smaller jaws, smaller guts and the ability to stand erect Barbecue was probably discovered by some proto-human tribe […]

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Rental property is still a good investment if you do it properly

Rental property is still a good investment if you do it properly

Posted: May 3, 2016   •   Posted in: General News

This year the Chancellor has restricted mortgage-interest tax relief for landlords and made it harder to offset wear-and-tear repairs against tax. A 3 per cent stamp duty surcharge has been slapped on buy-to-let purchases and landlords will now need to conduct Right To Rent immigration checks on new tenants. The good news is that, despite […]

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Moving? Refresh your style as you go

Moving? Refresh your style as you go

Posted: May 3, 2016   •   Posted in: General News

Donating old pieces that you don’t have any use for anymore or are simply tired of and the process of searching for new furniture is exciting. Here are some tips for using your move to refresh your style. From decluttering your overstuffed living room to picking wall colors that will keep you happy, this guide […]

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Interior Design Trends You’ll Definitely See in 2016

Interior Design Trends You’ll Definitely See in 2016

Posted: May 3, 2016   •   Posted in: General News

The “Glamily” Room What’s an immaculate aesthete to do with a dog around — or a Doritos-loving teen? Let her living room go? Hardly! Turn to hardworking-yet-fabulous fabrics paired with sexy silhouettes. Monthly Clubs It’s decor at your door! And will make you count the hours ’til mail drop. Here are a few of our […]

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South Suffolk Show 2016

South Suffolk Show 2016

Posted: May 3, 2016   •   Posted in: Events, General News

The 128th South Suffolk Show will be taking place at its usual location: Ampton Racecourse (near Ingham, Bury St Edmunds, on the A134), on Sunday 8th May 2016. The South Suffolk Show is a one day agricultural show regarded by many as one of the leading shows of its type in the eastern region with […]

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Itching to leave the big smoke and start a new life in the country?

Itching to leave the big smoke and start a new life in the country?

Posted: April 5, 2016   •   Posted in: Events

In its second year, this informative exhibition gives help to anyone inquiring about property in rural locations. The show is for those who are inquisitive about moving out of London and who do not want to drive to the country every weekend to do their research. An opportunity to display the best of country property, we […]

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Sudbury food festival date set

Sudbury food festival date set

Posted: March 30, 2016   •   Posted in: Events, Local Interest

Taste of Sudbury Food and Drink Festival will be held on the June 12, between 10am to 4pm in Market Hill and St Peters in Sudbury. From the nutritional and healthy, to the indulgent, naughty but nice, the fourth Taste of Sudbury offers something for all ‘foodies’. The food festival promotes food and drink producers […]

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Lowering the Cost of Your Mortgage

Lowering the Cost of Your Mortgage

Posted: March 4, 2016   •   Posted in: Financial advice

It’s likely to be your single biggest outgoing every month, so there’s every reason to make sure your mortgage is as cost-effective as it can be. However, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution: the full cost of your mortgage often comes down to a combination of things you can’t change (the current rate of interest, the value […]

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