What can you buy for £4,550? It sound quite a lot of money and wouldn’t turn it down if someone wanted to give it to me but what can you really get with it?
Leigh on Sea News
We are in the midst of a revolution! No no, it’s not the wonderful craft beer movement which I love so much, strangely this has nothing at all to do with food; it’s completely un-edible.
I had a friend come to visit at the weekend. She's been here before, but it mostly involved pubs, the Pink Toothbrush ("I remember being in a cage..." she reminisced), gigs and late night chips...
Something very rare is happening in Leigh on Sea that we haven’t seen for a good few years. There are actually quite a lot of properties for sale currently on the market.
This weekend sees the launch of the much anticipated show flat at our development 1043 London Road, Leigh on Sea. It will be a chance for people to look at the quality finish of these super apartments.
For as long as I can remember and certainly as long as I have been selling houses in Leigh on Sea the market has been on the rise with prices going up.
I don’t often get a chance to vent and it is even mire rare that people listen but sometimes I just have to get something off of my chest.
It seems that being a "sour seagull" is very en vogue of late...
It is that time of the year again! Well I don’t think it is but according to everyone else in my office the Christmas build up starts in November, basically the day after Firework Night!
In today’s world, we are constantly bombarded with the idea that we are not good enough.
Motherhood is a crazy, demanding, mind-numbing, relentless, humbling and ridiculously funny (I think that covers most parenting adjectives) and I spend most of time, quite honestly, winging it all the way.
Am I the only person to mourn the loss of the traditional name of the only pub in Leigh Broadway?
Now, don't get me wrong, I love cosying up with a red wine by a fire, or looking out of the window when it's snowing, but despite my hearty love of all things cold and wintry, I must admit that I am greatly cheered by the onset of spring.
On a Sunday night in July 1831 James Cook, fisherman and landlord of the Cock and Billet (now the Crooked Billet), was driving his fish machine to London when his horse took fright at a cow lying in the road and the machine careered off at rapid speed.
It was with a heavy heart that I heard Tony Warren, creator of Coronation Street had died.
I should have Earl Grey more, because for the few minutes it takes for me to drink it makes me reflect on a great memory.