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A year to remember

2015 is here, in all its splendour and newness, with twelve glorious months ahead to fill with new adventures! It is also a year of anniversaries, for some of the most important outcomes in our history; with the Magna Carta (800 years ago), the Battle of Agincourt (600 years ago), the Battle of Waterloo in 1815 and the Battle of Britain some 75 years ago. It is also 750 years since Simon de Montford called the first meeting in Westminster Palace, now the Houses of Parliament and fifty years since Sir Winston Churchill died. But it is also a year of new beginnings. It is thirty years since Ernie Wise made the first public phone call using a mobile and so much has changed, yet so much is still as it was. We still love all those things our country is so good at, whether it is farmers as custodians of our beautiful landscape or the peculiarly British invention of the country house - whilst progress has made things quicker, we still love Agas and walks as much as we did a some eighty years ago. The Aga, like our love of so many things we have adopted, is known for its longevity, with many cookers still operating after more than 50 years. The general election will occur on Thursday 7th May and the news after Easter will doubtless be of little else. Yet the promise of another wonderful summer is still there, whatever the political landscape. Equally, as the country looks increasingly appealing to a market no longer London focused, this is set to be an exciting year indeed. We have a long weekend left of the holidays still to enjoy. Our very best wishes for a happy, historic New Year! Winkworth Salisbury  

2015 is here, in all its splendour and newness, with twelve glorious months ahead to fill with new adventures! It is also a year of anniversaries, for some of the most important outcomes in our history; with the Magna Carta (800 years ago), the Battle of Agincourt (600 years ago), the Battle of Waterloo in 1815 and the Battle of Britain some 75 years ago.

It is also 750 years since Simon de Montford called the first meeting in Westminster Palace, now the Houses of Parliament and fifty years since Sir Winston Churchill died.

But it is also a year of new beginnings. It is thirty years since Ernie Wise made the first public phone call using a mobile and so much has changed, yet so much is still as it was. We still love all those things our country is so good at, whether it is farmers as custodians of our beautiful landscape or the peculiarly British invention of the country house - whilst progress has made things quicker, we still love Agas and walks as much as we did a some eighty years ago. The Aga, like our love of so many things we have adopted, is known for its longevity, with many cookers still operating after more than 50 years.

The general election will occur on Thursday 7th May and the news after Easter will doubtless be of little else. Yet the promise of another wonderful summer is still there, whatever the political landscape. Equally, as the country looks increasingly appealing to a market no longer London focused, this is set to be an exciting year indeed.

We have a long weekend left of the holidays still to enjoy. Our very best wishes for a happy, historic New Year!

Winkworth Salisbury

 

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