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					                                  Winkworth Opens Grantham Office

London, United Kingdom, (8th March, 2012) – M Winkworth PLC [‘Winkworth’] has opened an
office in Grantham. The office will cover the town and surrounding villages, such as the Vale of
Belvoir, Long Bennington, Allington, Harlaxton, Colsterworth, Manthorpe, Belton, Barrowby, Great
Gonerby and Old Somerby.


Best known nationally as the birthplace of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and the place
where Sir Isaac Newton went to school, Grantham is a centrally located market town, sitting in South
West Lincolnshire. The town offers excellent links locally to Lincolnshire and further afield to London
via the A1 Great North Road, and many rail routes. In recent years Grantham has increasingly offered
an ideal relocation solution to many looking to be within commutable distance of London (1h 5m to
London Kings Cross), whilst seeking a better quality and affordability of day to day life.


Grantham’s education system is one of the main reasons to relocate to the region. Today, young
people have plenty to choose from in all areas at all levels. For boys, the ‘Kings Grammar School’,
and for the girls ‘Walton High School’; with the latest addition being ‘The Priory Ruston Academy’.


Property in Grantham is an eclectic mix of ages, with Victorian and Edwardian properties covering the
majority of the area. However, in recent years there have been a significant number of new housing
developments, bringing in a wealth of modern medium and large family homes in both the town and
villages.


The office will be run by Associate Director Adam Lascelles, who has more than 17 years’ experience
in the residential property market.


Adam said: “We felt this was a fantastic opportunity, with Winkworth’s already successful offices in
Lincoln, Newark, Sleaford, Bourne & Market Deeping, in addition to 60 offices in London. With this in
mind we felt a natural progression to fill in a natural gap linking Lincolnshire with London, putting our
buyers and sellers in a prime position to move in 2012.


“We are thrilled to have opened in Grantham with experienced individuals who have a proven track
record bringing together a fantastic team, with huge enthusiasm.

“Grantham really is the ideal relocation package. Living in the area means no shortage of leisure,
cultural and sporting opportunities and for the foodies there are many great eateries in the
surrounding town and villages.”


James Trimble added: “We are seeing an increase in the number of people moving from London to
attractive commuter able areas. They recognise that they can reduce the size of their mortgage while
still upsizing to a larger property and be within easy access to the Capital. Grantham fits in extremely
well with the concentration of Winkworth’s five offices in the region.”
For more information on Winkworth’s services, please visit http://www.winkworth.co.uk or call 0207
355 0211.

About Winkworth:
Winkworth is a leading franchisor of residential real estate agencies and is admitted to trading on the
AIM Market of the London Stock Exchange.

Established in Mayfair in 1835, Winkworth has a pre-eminent position in the mid to upper segments of
the central London residential sales and lettings markets. Winkworth has in excess of 90 offices, with
60 in London alone.

The franchise model allows entrepreneurial real estate professionals to provide the highest standards
of service under the banner of a well-respected brand name and to benefit from the support and
promotion that Winkworth offers. Franchisees deliver in depth local knowledge and a highly
personalised service to their clients.

For further information, please visit www.winkworthplc.com or www.winkworth.co.uk.

Contact:
M Winkworth Plc
Edward Peel
PR and Media Relations Manager
London, UK
Tel: 0207 355 0220
Email: epeel@winkworth.com

				
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Description: M Winkworth PLC [‘Winkworth’] has opened an office in Grantham. The office will cover the town and surrounding villages, such as the Vale of Belvoir, Long Bennington, Great Gonerby and Old Somerby.