An investment opportunity

 

On today’s show I was joined once more by GAVIN PERRETT of Hawkhurst Alternative Investments.

Hawkhurst Alternative Investments have been running a series of seminars at the Mary Green Manor Hotel on London Road Brentwood; the next one will be on Wednesday week, the 11th July.

If you’d like to be there and hear more, you should aim to arrive at 6:30 for a 7pm start. The evening will be geared to hopefully enable you to make informed decisions about creating and growing an impressive property portfolio.

Refreshments and a light buffet will be provided at the start of the seminar.

If for some reason you can’t make that date, all is not lost as they’ll be back there again at the same time on 12th September.

Today Gavin provided examples of some of the current property “hotspots”, and what it was that made them stand out.

You might have been surprised to learn that many of these were in the Midlands and North rather than London and the Home Counties as might have been expected.

If you missed what Gavin told me today, listen again here: –

Of course, you can also get more information from the Hawkhurst Alternative Investments website http://www.hawkhurstai.com/.

In the second hour of today’s programme, rather than looking forward, we turned the clock back when Margaret Mills looked at the, not unsuccessful career of a female tobacco smuggler from Leigh-on-Sea, who was known as Mother Gregson.

You can listen again to what Margaret had to say about this enterprising lady here: –

See you again next week,
Scott  

 

 

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About Scott Ross

A lifelong passion for radio, love of music and a belief in the importance of real local radio! These are the reasons why I joined Phoenix FM, where I've been presenting a regular show since August 2010. My regular weekday midday shows are shared with other presenters and include funny stories and a wide variety of guests. When I'm not on Phoenix FM you can catch me on other radio bands as I am also a licenced radio amateur - 2E0ESX. Radio is supposed to be a “fun’” industry so it’s really great to be part of a real local station offering the freedom to be ourselves and have fun on air.