Client Events 2017
Our relationships with clients are important to us and so we have arranged another year of property seminars and social events for 2017.
All events are free for our clients but numbers are limited. To register your interest in any or more of these events please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Detailed information will be sent out 1 month before each event.
Mortgage Master Class, Said Business School, Oxford
Tuesday 21 March, 4.00-5.30pm
Join us in The West Wing of the Said Business School to listen to a presentation by a passionate representative from The Good Mortgage Company, experts in The Buy-to-Let Business. As a large, national brokerage they benefit from close relationships with many lenders, both mainstream and niche. Their understanding that all circumstances are different will be an interesting talk followed by the opportunity to talk to a representative over tea.
Oxford Literary Festival, A Trumpian World
Oxford Martin School, Saturday 25 March, 4.00-6.00pm
This insightful talk at The Oxford Martin School where American novelist Lionel Shriver and former ambassador and Downing Street adviser Tom Fletcher look at the circumstances that led to the election of Donald Trump as President of the USA and ask what its impact will be on the world. We will then take a short walk to the popular Turl Street kitchen where we can take the discussion further over tea and delicious homemade cake.
Oxford Literary Festival, The Art of Capability Brown
Corpus Christi Lecture Theatre, Sunday 26 March, 2.00-4.00pm
Landscape manager and expert on Capability Brown John Phibbs will be speaking at Corpus Christi in the intimate Rainolds Room. Phipps looks at the motivation behind Brown’s creation of the archetypal English landscape. Brown was widely acclaimed as a genius in the 18th century as he set about designing and influencing around half a million acres of England and Wales. The parkland of Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire is regarded as one of his finest creations. We will then take a short walk to the popular Turl Street kitchen where we can take the discussion further in one of their private sitting rooms.
Inspector Morse Walking Tour and tea at The Weston Library
Thursday 18 May, 2.00-4.30pm
Let a knowledgeable guide, and keen Morse fan, take you on a 1.5 hour tour of Oxford to see the sites where the filming took place, from the world famous Bodleian Library, down the dark narrow alleyways to the public houses where the famous words ‘Pint, Lewis?’ were often spoken. Following a long walk will be a much deserved refreshments at the beautifully designed Western Library on Broad Street.
Upton House and Garden, near Banbury
Tuesday 13 June, 10.30am-12.30pm
Purchased in 1927 by the 2nd Viscount Bearsted, Upton House had great potential but was in need of modernisation. Participate in this interesting tour to see the renovations and witness the before and after as the Bearsteds create a made to measure family home. Not only does the house include a beautiful landscaped garden (due to Lady Bearsted’s passion for plants) but also is home to over 150 paintings including works by Hogarth, Stubbs and Canaletto.
Much Ado About Nothing, Wadham College
Thursday 13 July, 7.30-10.00pm (drinks from 6.45pm)
The Oxford Shakespeare Company celebrated for their open air must-see summer shows will be performing Much Ado About Nothing this year. Their shows are designed to be interactive with the environment in which they are performed, allowing the audience to enter fully into the world of the play. They are renowned for their talented actors, sensational costumes and for the quality of the live music which is individually devised for each production. Enjoy a drink on the lawn of the famous Wadham College prior to entering into this fantastical performance.
The Oxford Wine Festival, The Oxford Union
Saturday 9 September, 12.30-4.30pm
The Oxford Wine Festival was featured in Decanter's "Top 10 wine festivals in the world" in 2016. Enjoy being surrounded by 40 of the UK’s leading wine merchants, regional specialists and English vineyards in one of Oxford's most iconic buildings - the Oxford Union. Hundreds of award-winning and rare wines from over twenty countries, accompanied by live music, food which can be purchased on site, and tutored tastings from the world's foremost wine authorities. Each ticket includes your first 10 wine samples, and wines can also be purchased by the glass or by the bottle when you find the wines that tickle your taste buds!
Property Intelligence, St Hugh’s College, Oxford
Wednesday 11 October, 6.00-8.00pm
Our 8th annual property seminar will provide insight on some of the latest issues facing the property industry today. Guest speakers will discuss up to date news before you have the opportunity to network with Finders Keepers experts and other landlords and investors.