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New estate agency in Grantham offers up a giant Easter egg

Brandishing an Easter competition prize at Harrison Murray in Grantham are, from left - Peter Stead (area manager) and Sarah Monteith (estate agency manager).

Brandishing an Easter competition prize at Harrison Murray in Grantham are, from left - Peter Stead (area manager) and Sarah Monteith (estate agency manager).

An estate agency in Grantham is marking its arrival in town with the launch of an Easter competition.

Harrison Murray opened two months ago, sharing premises in High Street with The Nottingham Building Society. And just in time for Easter, the team is inviting people to enter a prize draw to win a 1kg chocolate Easter egg, with funds raised going to Grantham Hospice. Tickets are £1 and anyone is welcome to pop into the branch and take part. The winning ticket will be drawn on Thursday.
Also new to Grantham is estate agency manager Sarah Monteith, who brings with her 10 years’ experience in sales and lettings across Lincolnshire and Essex. She said: “Our Easter egg campaign is just one of the many ways we plan to contribute towards the Grantham community. Already we feel very much at home here and everyone has welcomed us with open arms.

“Our team here in Grantham have been in place now for a couple of months and are dedicated to providing the best customer service, with the best results for homeowners too.

“It’s an honour to be manager of such a busy Harrison Murray branch. It’s brilliant to be able to offer our customers great quality and wide ranging services, with The Nottingham Building Society based here with us at 30a High Street.”

Peter Stead, area manager for Harrison Murray, is thrilled with the fantastic start at the Grantham branch. He said: “We’re delighted with how well the Grantham community has taken to Harrison Murray, and equally delighted to welcome Sarah to the team.

“They are already busy making a positive impact on the local community and there will undoubtedly be plenty more to come!”

 

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