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Anthony James Estate Agents are delighted to announce their sponsorship of Southport FC.
Anthony James was founded in 2002 by local lad Mark Cunningham and Lyn Cunningham. Having grown over the years to become Southport’s biggest independent Estate Agent, local community has always remained at the forefront of our company’s ethos and we are delighted to have the opportunity to support our local team.
Steven Brown, The club’s Head of Commercial said “It’s great for Southport FC to link up with Mark, Lyn and Jacqui at Anthony James Estate Agents who have a pitch facing board on the Main Stand and are also our hospitality guests in The Official Lounge for this weekend’s fixture against Spennymoor.
Pictured above From left: Directors Mark Cunningham, Lyn Cunningham and Jacqui Holt with Southport Head of Commercial Steven Brown
See full article at: https://southportfc.net/partnership-anthony-james-estate-agents/
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We're super excited for the festive season at Anthony James, not least because as the New Year begins we will be heading into a very busy period of selling and renting!
To celebrate December the team put their 'elf-respect' aside to honour our yearly tradition of having a bit of fun with the Christmas Window!
If you pop by you may see our entire team loading up Santa's sleigh with new homes for the New Year. Let us know what you think!
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Anthony James put themselves to work for Children in Need 2019 with a sponsored Bike-athon!
Deciding on a change from our usual bake sale, the full team volunteered to it in turns to keep a spinning bike- generously provided for the occasion by Victoria Leisure- in motion for the full 8 hour work day. The team took it in turns to complete 30 minute stints on the bike throughout the day, with things taking a competitive turn once the boss had logged a high score! Unfortunately for Mark he was soon beaten!
The bike was successfully kept in motion for the full 8 hours and the team smashed last years total of £570 with a final count of £830 raised, taking their overall total to over £3000 raised for Children in Need.
The AJ Team would like to thank all our friends, family, clients and contractors for supporting us again this year and helping us raise such a fantastic total.
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We’ve all heard the saying “the kitchen is the heart of the home”, and this is never more pertinent when you’re thinking of selling. Presenting your kitchen in its best possible light may well secure you a sale, so with that in mind, we have put together some guidance on how to rejuvenate your kitchen without having to spend a fortune.
One of the easiest and most transformative ways to rejuvenate your kitchen is to change the cabinets. Don’t worry about replacing the cabinets themselves; instead, give them a new lease of life by painting them in a fresh, modern colour such as an olive green or pale grey. This will change the aesthetic of your kitchen entirely and certainly make it more photogenic. If you are going to paint your cabinets, then ensure that they are thoroughly sanded and primed before you apply the final colour – this will ensure the final coat adheres nicely to give you a more professional finish.
The surfaces in your kitchen need to be practical and attractive – changing the worktops in your kitchen will appeal to buyers and is a cost-effective way to amp-up the style factor. Laminate worksurfaces are the most cost-effective, but you can also find more luxe materials if you shop around. If you’re really looking to adhere to a budget, then try using a vinyl covering to update your surfaces.
Even if you have a large space to work with in your kitchen, an easy way to transform the space without spending any money is to declutter. Remove the items which you haven’t utilised for a while, such as the bread maker or mixer, and try to keep surfaces clear – this will create the feel of more space and is certainly more modern in feel.
If you are looking to make a big change with a minimum of fuss, then updating your walls in the kitchen is a good place to start. Whether it is a single feature wall or the whole room, decide what you are prepared to take on in terms of a project. For feature walls, think of utilising a textured wallpaper as this can create a striking aesthetic in a room not normally associated with wallpapers (florals and leaves work well to create a natural-feeling space). If you are changing every wall, then choose a light and mellow colour to create a feeling of space and utility – avoid kitsch colours such as blue and green.