Auction House Beds & Bucks’ new website

first_imgHome » News » Agencies & People » Auction House Beds & Bucks’ new website previous nextAgencies & PeopleAuction House Beds & Bucks’ new websiteThe Negotiator23rd March 20170474 Views Auction House Beds & Bucks has launched its new eye-catching website at www.auctionhousebb. easier to use site is designed with both auction buyers and sellers in mind, providing guides and tips to make the process as easy as possible for both parties. The individual lot pages, clearly present all photographs and details to make an informed decision as to whether the lot suits the bidder’s requirements. As well as booking an auction appraisal, you can register to receive an online copy of our auction catalogue as soon as it becomes available, request a call back and register your interest in a lot, all at the touch of a button. You can also find out about how to become a Partner Agent, the new Partner Agent page clearly presents all the benefits and you can submit your interest online.Auction House Beds & Bucks Auction House Beds & Bucks new website Auction House new website March 23, 2017The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021last_img read more

Lembit Opik hits Bridge

first_imgThe former Lib Dem MP, popularly known for once being engaged to Gabriela Irimia, one of the Cheeky Girls, started the night in a suit and tie at the Oxford Union.Opik made a speech defending New Labour’s record. Ken Livingstone and Peter Hitchens spoke against the motion ‘This House Remembers New Labour Fondly’. The opposition won the debate with 161 votes to 114.Opik said that New Labour deserved credit for introducing the minimum wage, and wasn’t to blame for the “corrupt” expenses system that undermined Gordon Brown’s premiership.[mm-hide-text]%%IMG%%7491%%[/mm-hide-text]Lembit enjoying the company of two Union members in the Gladstone RoomFollowing the after-debate drinks Opik went to Bridge with several Union committee members including Polina Ivanova, Union Librarian. Several students recognised Opik and posed for photos with him.[mm-hide-text]%%IMG%%7493%%[/mm-hide-text]James Heywood with Opik in BridgeJames Heywood said that “Lembit was great, he is totally mad. I’m not sure exactly how much he drank, but he definitely started asking some people in President’s drinks about their masturbation habits, and in Bridge I’m pretty sure he likened a toilet cubicle to Nick Clegg’s office.”[mm-hide-text]%%IMG%%7492%%[/mm-hide-text]James Johnson enjoying a moment with LembitSince losing his constitutency of Montgomeryshire in the 2010 election, Opik has embarked on a varied career in television and the media. When Opik attempted to become a wrestler, the Daily Mail reports, he left the match in a stretcher.James Johnson, a second-year Brasenose student who met Opik at the Union, described Opik, “marching around in a bow tie and an unbuttoned collar”, as “hugely entertaining and excitable”.He opined to Cherwell, “It can only be said that the end of his political career has transformed him into not only a musician, not only a wrestler, but also a member of the Oxford nightlife. He has become a hero.”last_img read more