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A year in review at Northfields

6 Jan 2020
A year in review at Northfields

Not only is it a new year, but it’s also a new decade! We thought we’d take the opportunity to look back over our fantastic 2019.


A year ago, we sponsored a charity quiz held by fantastic local charity The Log Cabin, and helped to raise £1715.90!

Northfields Estates supporting The Log Cabin Charity


Our Shepherd’s Bush branch turned 25, and we held a party!

Northfields Estates Shepherds Bush Office turned 25


March saw our team of brave souls start training for the Agents Giving Love Mud challenge in May, and we got an honourable mention in the Property Industry Eye.

Taking part in the Agents Giving Love Mud Challenge


Molly the labrador came into work today, sparking office-wide “aaawwws” at the cuteness!

Bring your dog to work at Northfields Estates


The time finally came, for us to roll up our sleeves and tackle the Love Mud challenge.

Northfields Estates took on the Love Mud Challenge for Agents Giving Charity


June saw agents taking part in #ranfoodbank10k, an attempt to gather together 10,000 items to donate to food banks. To help with our efforts, Tesco in Greenford kindly presented us with a trolley-full of donations.


With Ealing being the home of Tennis Champion, Fred Perry, it was only right that we conduct a tennis facilities tour of West London to mark the occasion.


August was a brilliantly happy time for all of us, when Leah, Assistant Manager of our Pitshanger Branch, got married!


Our CEO, Richard Palfreeman, togged up and paddled 31 miles down the River Wye in September as part of a challenge to raise 50k for the Huntingdon’s Disease association in order to fund vital research after popular estate agent, Dominic Subbiani, was diagnosed with the disease a couple of years ago. Over 100 people signed up to take part in a brilliant industry effort.


In our October’s team meeting, we celebrated team members’ September’s successes and there were smiling faces all round.


Selling houses might be what we do on a daily basis, but it NEVER gets old helping someone find their new home and supporting them through the process.


December saw us outside basking in the bright lights of Pithshanger Lane, and getting in the festive mood whilst raising money for The Log Cabin – a great time was once again had by all at this brilliant community event.