Official launch of Rotary Young Photographer display in Wokingham. Thanks to Town Mayor and all others who supported these young people.
This Saturday is our busiest of the year. Lots of viewings + valuations and instructions. http://t.co/dnU2f8Fs1c
15/05 What a day! Fantastic property and Chattels auctions. Lots of new professional work and busy sales and lettings depts. Well done team.
Literally hundreds at auction viewing this am. Interest in Corgi and Dinky cars. Now in the rain at Finchampstead selling c £2m property.
11/05 Really busy day today. 300+ viewers expected at our auction rooms and 5 hours solid viewings on property in Finchampstead + a lot more
07/05 Cataloguing is underway for our Chattels sale next Wednesday. Fully illustrated catalogue on line on Friday, Lots of interest.
03/04 Agreed two retail lettings in Wokingham today - so it's not all doom and gloom! Also 2 exchange of contracts - good start to the month
RT @wokyremembers: Delighted to see Le Tommy cafe on Twitter. It's a legend in Pozieres. Please give them a follow. It's great place to meeâ€¦
Mortgage lending in March lower than in February - that's not how it should be! Let's hope for better figures in April.
01/05 As the football season ends (and we had a very famous visitor today) so the cricket season starts. A day at Lord's v NZ later in month
01/05 Likely to have over 500 Lots in our next auction sale. Final entries coming in tomorrow. Cataloguing and photographing underway.
01/05 May is possibly the busiest month of the year. Attracting lots of new instructions, agreeing sales/lettings and new proffesional work
Good local support today for the Dingley Trust. A really important organisation for families and children. Big support from Waitrose.
on 30/04 Dingley have official opening of their new sensory garden. A local charity doing excellent work. Deserve local support.
Represented landowners at a major consultation on proposed development of about 150 houses - good to involve neighbours at an early stage`
Welcome to Martin & Pole Estate Agents & Chartered SurveyorsMartin & Pole are unique. Our professional status, longevity in the market and our range of services combined offers people a genuine alternative.
Martin & Pole, incorporating Watts & Son established 1846 and Nicholas Chartered Surveyors established 1882, have been offering a full range of property related advice and services for over 160 years. Martin & Pole are Chartered Surveyors and this means our first duty is to our Client – in other words, no decisions are made for our own personal benefit before that of the Client. How many other firms can boast this?
BB Hemy was born in Australia where his family had emigrated in 1852. Like both of his siblings, he later returned to his family's traditional home at Newcastle-on-Tyne where he settled to paint for the remainder of his life in North Shields. Please click on the photo for more information
Established in 1894 at Longton, Stoke-on-Trent by James Wright Beswick and his sons John and Gilbert, the Beswick Pottery first made its name producing affordable tablewares and ornaments. Please click for more information
Although now familiar to generations of children, the industrial process of die-casting only came into being towards the end of the First World War. Forcing a molten alloy into a mould under pressure allowed for precise surface detail and strength. Please click for more detail
The F. Barbedienne foundry was started in Paris in 1838 by Ferdinand Barbedienne and Achille Collas, who was the inventor of a machine that would mechanically reduce statues. They at first produced bronze reductions of antique sculptures of Greek and Roman origin. Please click for more detail
Records date back to 1720 for a small glassworks off London's Fleet Street, but Britain's longest running glass house, best known as the Whitefriars factory, really came into its own when James Powell purchased the business for his three sons in 1834. Please click for more detail
PEACEFUL, MATURE AND SOUGHT AFTER RESIDENTIAL LOCATION
Extended accommodation with potential to enlarge further
Convenient for Railway Station and Town Centre
Town centre retail premises
Approx 595 sq ft
Use Class A1/A2
To Let on a new lease
FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION (unless previously sold)
A delightful cottage – about 200 years old, in need of some improvement
Rear garden with side pedestrian access 82’ x 15’ average width
A brand new house in Wokingham Town Centre
On the former site of Wokingham Cricket Club
Ready for occupation.