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Advertiser

Whitby

March 2016

Hello and welcome to the March edition of the Whitby Advertiser, the number one choice for advertising in Whitby and the surrounding district. I hope that you will enjoy this new edition of our magazine, whether you are a resident, business owner, visitor or holidaymaker to the area.

March is certainly a busy day on the events calendar, starting with St David’s Day on 1 March, closely followed by Mother’s Day on 6 March, then St Patrick’s Day on 17 March and Easter Sunday on 27 March. Plenty of dates to remember! Don’t forget too that British Summer Time begins on Easter Sunday and clocks go forward one hour at 1am, making the evenings much lighter. Did you know that the idea of British Summer Time, also known as Daylight Saving Time, was introduced in 1907 by a man called William Willett? He wanted to prevent people from wasting valuable hours of light during summer mornings. As you can see from the following pages, we don’t waste any valuable time here at the Advertiser and fit in as much as we possibly can, so if you are thinking about something to do at Easter and need some inspiration, or you are looking for a gift for Mother’s Day, just browse through this month’s editions and you will find special deals on meals out, beauty packages and spa treatments to name just a few ideas.

Our prize crossword continues to be very popular, with a record number of entries last month. Could your luck be in this month? Why not pop on the kettle, make a cuppa, put your feet up and have a go? It could then be you who collects a Made in Whitby lampshade from our sponsor Meadow on Skinner Street next month! Very soon, the Whitby Advertiser will be celebrating its 10th birthday. Now delivering 22,000 copies every month throughout Whitby and the surrounding district, we are the number one choice for advertising in the area. If you are a business and would like to advertise in next month’s edition, don’t delay – give us a call today and let us help you promote your business. Choose the best. Choose the Whitby Advertiser and bring extra business to your door. Have a great March folks!

Copyright © Whitby Advertiser Ltd No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted without permission in writing from the publisher. Requests for permission or further information should be addressed to the publisher. Published by Whitby Advertiser Ltd Green Lane Centre Green Lane Whitby, North Yorkshire YO22 4EH Company No: 05736318 | VAT No: 979 2029 82 All information in this magazine is published in good faith and cannot be reproduced without written permission. Whilst the publisher makes every effort to ensure that the businesses featured in this magazine are of the highest quality, we do not guarantee the services and products from any businesses featured. No liability will be accepted under any circumstances should any of the contents in this magazine be incorrect. Any complaints should be referred to Trading Standards, NYCC. The views expressed within the articles are not necessarily those of the publisher. All rights reserved.

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De-stress and Rela In need of a little me’ time? or those who experience stress, depression or other mental health issues. This course will give you a range of relaxation and meditation techni ues to help you manage your stress and anxieties and provide a sense of well being. Every Thursday from 7 anuary. 10am 2pm for 11 weeks. Brunswick Centre, Whitby. 69. 0 or free to those on means tested benefits. Info enrolonline. wea.org.uk Tel 011 2 0 ef C 6662

THROUGHOUT THE MONTH IT Helps. Stuck setting up an email, struggling with online forms? Come in see one of our friendly IT helpers. Sessions take place at Whitby ibrary on Windsor Terrace every Monday 11 1, Tuesday 10 12 2 Thursday 10 12. Booking advisable. or more information please ring 01609 0 or email whitby.library northyorks.gov.uk

E ERY FRIDAY Sleights illage Hall Art Group 2016. ridays 1. 0 to . 0 pm. Informal and friendly art sessions work independently or receive help and guidance from professional artist Dave e ery. or further information contact Dave e ery Tel 019 7 21 2 djart myposto ce.co.uk www.daveje ery.co.uk

E ERY MONDAY Pre-School Dance for 2 years and upwards. Starts Monday 11 anuary at Whitby Coliseum from .00pm to . pm. .00 per child. No need to pre book – just turn up on the day. All classes by Barbara Benson Smith. Senior Examiner of the A. or further information please call Whitby 60 229. E ERY TUESDAY The lue ear Club. A story rhyme time for nder s, will take place at Whitby ibrary on Tuesday afternoons between 2.1 .00 will include interactive stories, singing, crafts teddy bears picnics. or more information please ring 01609 0 or email whitby.library northyorks.gov.uk Sling Swing’. un and unky Dance moves and gentle exercise for parents guardians who wear their babies and toddlers in slings and carriers. Every Tuesday during term time at 1. 0pm, reen ane Centre Whitby. irst class free, slings provided. Check out acebook Sling Swing orkshire Coast’. Tea Dances with Ray irk at The Northern ights Suite Whitby Pavilion from 1pm. .7 per person. Put on your dancing shoes and dance the afternoon away in this friendly social dance session where ay irk plays a mixed dance programme with the opportunity to make re uests. E ERY THURSDAY Sleights Toddler Group held Thursdays term time 9. 0 11.00 am at Sleights Village Hall. Come along and play, suitable for babies to years. We provide snack, crafts and songs. 1. 0 per session. All welcome https www.facebook.com SleightsMotherAndToddler Move It or Lose It’ class at Staithes Village Hall 2.00– .00pm on Thursday afternoons. Entry 2 per person. or more details call Nicola on 019 7 21 02 07 1 7 72 0.

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Move It or Lose It’ Class. Chair based exercises. Now held weekly on ridays from 2.00pm to .00pm at Sleights Community Centre. Only .00 per person. or further information, call Nicola on 019 7 21 02 or 07 1 7 72 0.

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All welcome at free igsaw ibrary, Whitby 10. 0 am 12. 0pm at Coliseum next to Bus Station in ames Cook Theatre behind caf . Huge variety of over 1000 jigsaws. Donations of jigsaws welcomed. Info or collection Tel. 077 72 6.

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Whitby Photographic Society. anet and ichard Burdon, irkbymoorside. An Evening with ’. 6. pm for 7.00pm at St ohn’s Ambulance Hall, back St Hilda’s Terr. Non members welcome 2.

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Indoor Car Boot Sale at Whitby Pavilion from 10. 0am to 2. 0pm. Handicrafts and second hand goods galore! or further information or to book a table just tel. 019 7 20627.

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An Evening of Clairvoyance at the Coliseum with ohn Marshall 7.00pm . 0pm. Admission .00 with proceeds to charity. No children under 16yrs of age.

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laisdale Women’s Institute meeting at the obinson Institute 7. 0pm 9. 0pm meets the second Thursday of each month with lots of interesting topics discussed!

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Esk Valley Mini Markets Open Market’. Danby Village Hall. 10am to pm. ree admission. Donations welcome for orkshire Air Ambulance. New stallholders always welcome Book early to avoid disappointment. Some themed markets coming up soon. Contact via acebook page or call text 07702 16 091.

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Craft air 10am pm at the Parish Hall, Bow Street, uisborough. ree admission and free parking. Please come along and browse! ree children’s craft activities from11am to 1. 0pm will be making an Easter card and Easter nest, with a special surprise for children who do them well!

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Indoor Car Boot Sale at Whitby Pavilion from 10. 0am to 2. 0pm. Handicrafts and second hand goods galore! or further information or to book a table just tel. 019 7 20627.

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Whitby ibrary eading roup from 6 7pm every rd Tuesday in the month at Whitby ibrary. New members welcome. or more information please ring 01609 0 or email whitby.library northyorks. gov.uk

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Whitby Anti ue ine Arts Society meeting at the reen ane Centre. Third Tuesday of every month. Starts 7. 0pm. uests very welcome on the door. udolph Nureyev’ by Tim Tubbs.

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The Whitby ions are having a charity Darts, Dominos and Pool night at the Conservative Club on pgang ane.

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All welcome at free igsaw ibrary, Whitby 10. 0 am 12. 0pm at Coliseum next to Bus Station in ames Cook Theatre behind caf . Huge variety of over 1000 jigsaws. Donations of jigsaws welcomed. Info or collection Tel. 077 72 6.

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Whitby Photographic Society. Thornton and ambert Smith Trophies. Digital images, subjects Close p’ and Transport’. udge David arvis Scarborough. 6. pm for 7.00pm at St ohn’s Ambulance Hall, back St Hilda’s Terr. Non members welcome 2.

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Manhattan Voices choir concert at oathland Village Hall at 7. pm. Tickets from oathland Post O ce 019 7 96200 or on the door.

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Whitby lower Club meeting at Sleights Village Hall, at 2pm. Meets every rd Monday of the month. Pam Alexander will demonstrate Down The arden Path . Non members always welcome – free admission. or information about the lower Club contact Monica 60 1 or Pat 60 6 .

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Whitby District Conservatives Pie, Chips Pea Supper at the Wheatsheaf Hotel, Egton. Startst 7pm. Cost 12. 0 per person. All members and friends welcome. To book please contact oe Plant on 019 7 211 9.

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Co ee Morning at Whitby Conservative Club. Held last riday of every month. 10. 0am 12 noon. Co ee, cakes, chat, book exchange. All welcome.

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Singing duo No egrets appearing at the Conservative Club on pgang ane. Saltburn’s rand Ole Oprey estival at Saltburn Community Theatre. nights of Americana Blues olk Country Big Band music. Sunday Evening is Blues night, Mon Tues are rand Ole Oprey music bit of everything, and the final evening is Big Band Night with the uisborough Big Band. Tickets from Whistlestop Wines, Destinations and The Community Theatre Saltburn. En uiries please call 079609 26

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GRAHAM GILL PROPERTY REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE. Small Building Works, arden Walls, encing, Patios and more. Now also doing P roofing with 2 year guarantee. Call Graham on 01947 601806 or 07528 652974 GRAND CLEARANCE SALE’ urniture Bric a Brac on Saturday th Coliseum Centre 10.00am to . 0 pm.

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WANTED CARS, ANS, COMMERCIAL EHICLES, CARA ANS, CAMPER ANS, MOTORHOMES, TRACTORS AND PLANT MACHINERY. Any condition. Cash payment! Immediate collection. Tel: 01947 841587 07885 090911.

PAUL WILSON PRODUCTIONS. our local specialist for transferring cine VHS tape to DVD and audio cassettes vinyls to CD. Tel: 01947 810982. www.paulwilsonproductions.co.uk

E PERIENCED CLEANER. DBS checked, fully insured and COSHH certificated. Has own transport. Now has vacancies. easonable rates. 019 7 60 1. OILER SER ICING 0. GAS FIRES SER ICED 25. LANDLORD SAFETY CERTIFICATES 45. More than as. Tel: 07828 913989 or 01947 661407. as Safe No. 22 07. PAINTING DECORATING WOR CARRIED OUT. Interior and exterior. uaranteed work at reasonable prices. Call for free estimate. Tel: 07941 388593.

DIANA MO ILE HAIRDRESSER FOR ALL YOUR HAIR RE UIREMENTS. Cutting, setting, perming, colouring etc. Call Diana on 019 7 602 77 or 07 70 21 77 ROTO ATOR HONDA F2 C SER ICED 2015,

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WANTED ALL E UESTRIAN E UIPMENT INCLUDING SADDLES, RIDLES, DRI ING HARNESS, HORSE O ES, ANY HORSE-DRAWN EHICLES, COMPLETE OR NOT. ALSO HORSES OUGHT FOR CASH. Must have passports. Instant decision, instant cash. TEL 01947 415 7 07 5 090911. INDLE 50. ENWOOD CHEF 20. MUSIC CENTRE 25. LPS AND EPS OFFERS. Tel: 01947 880800 after 5pm .

E PERIENCED CLEANER. Do you need help with housework? ocal, friendly and reliable. easonable rates. Contact ichael on 01947 821302. OLUNTEER RECEPTIONISTS RE UIRED AT CHURCH HOUSE CENTRE, lowergate Whitby. Hours to suit. Please call Dawn or Sammy on Whitby 821761 for further information. NIGHT PORTER, OFFICE RECEPTION AND RESTAURANT STAFF RE UIRED to join our friendly professional team. Contact Saxonville Hotel 01947 602631 for more information.

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SOFA 7ft long, green oral cover. No fire certificate. ree. Tel: 01947 880800 after 5pm .

COLISEUM CENTRE, WHIT Y. Enrolling now computer lessons for beginners. Please call 01947 825000 or call into reception for further details.

OLD TRIUMPH CLASSIC MOTOR I ES AND SPARES wanted by private collector. Cash payment. Tel: Steve on 07582 574865.

TOP CASH PRICES PAID FOR CARS. ood clean low mileage cars. Cars with EC problems, electrical problems. Also non runners. emember, we always pay cash! Call Steve on 01287 640092 or 07582 574865. INYL SIGNS OF WHIT Y. High uality Signage

Vehicle raphics Since 1996 – Tel: 01947 604996.

GUIS OROUGH TROPHY CENTRE. All sports catered for. Engraving to any item. Brass plates available. Tel: 01287 630990. 2016 Catalogue now available.

CARE WITH INDNESS ALWAYS GUARANTEED. Experienced and ualified local carers. Support in your own home tailored to suit your needs. Contact ing sher Care on 07758 195795 or email: enquiries king sher care.co.uk

PRE-SCHOOL DANCE FOR 2 YEARS AND UPWARDS. Starts Monday 11 anuary at Whitby Coliseum from .00pm to . pm. .00 per child. No need to pre book – just turn up on the day. All classes by Barbara Benson Smith. Senior Examiner of the A. or further information please call Whitby 603229. ACCOMMODATION RE UIRED FOR APPRENTICES. Bed, breakfast and evening meal. uaranteed payments. Contact Anne on 01947 825871 at the Whitby ishing School. TURF LAYING. Also fencing and tree cutting service. Tel 079038.

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GOOD UALITY CLEANERS RE UIRED, Ingrid lute orkshire Holiday Cottages, Whitby. Tel: 01947 600700. E mail: info yorkshireholidaycottages.co.uk

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ACAIR LOC S your local locksmith. uPVC doors di cult to lock? We can help! ocked out? No problem! ast service. No call out charge. Tel: 07974 660062

INDLING AND LOGS rom . 0 per large bag. To be collected from Saunders Sawmill, High Street, ythe. Buy direct from the manufacturer. Tel: 07967 711389 01947 893565. HENDERSON UPHOLSTERY. Domestic and Contract, foam cut to size. D.I. . Sofas order. eather epair. Tel: 01287 619191.

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ENGRA ING LASER ETCHING SER ICE for stainless steel, brass and other materials. Also Signs made. Tel: 01947 880550. www.croftcastsigns.co.uk. Email: info croftcastsigns.co.uk

DO YOU NEED YOUR HOUSE CLEANING If so, call aid in Whitby on 07464 849289. easonable rates and high standards of service assured at all times

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Coach Ros Jones shares with local business owners:

THE IMPORTANCE OF ONGOING LEARNING

Our most successful business owners are those who educate themselves in how to run a great business. The only place earning comes before learning is in the dictionary. We all know that but how many of us actually really consider that principle when setting to work in our business each day? Isn’t it interesting that although we think we know something, we don’t act on it? I like to share with business owners the fact that when we say “I know”, we shut out minds down to learning new things. It’s only by keeping an open mind and really listening or observing, or reading, that we get what I call a “BFO” or a Blinding Flash of the Obvious. BFOs are the flashes of understanding or inspiration that can come to us when our minds are open to new learning. These BFOs might be only tiny but can make a huge difference in our business. It could be that you read a book on sales training years ago – “yeah! Read that. Know all that stuff” - but someone persuades you to re-read it with a more open mind. And suddenly, among all the pages, you realise the reason you haven’t been able to close the deal to your dream clients is because you give up the first time they say no.

WHY LEARN NEW THINGS? People go into business for different reasons but many do it, either because they’ve been made redundant or because they thought they could do a better job of it than the idiot they used to work for. But many don’t do the essential learning about how to build a business. They go into business as a technician – someone who’s probably brilliant at what they do (baking bread, fixing cars, etc) but not an entrepreneur. When you start up your business, get learning! There’s so much more you need than just your particular skill, and that probably requires a high level of learning in itself. You need to know money mastery – how to manage your cashflow, what your 46

breakeven needs to be, setting a budget and reporting against it, knowing your numbers so you know the amount of sales and marketing activity required to hit your targets. What are your targets? You need to make the most effective use of your time – we all have the same 24 hours: what do you do with yours? How to keep your customers coming back, managing your margins, great sales and marketing, putting in systems, recruiting the best team for your business and then training, motivating and leading them … The list goes on. No wonder that so many businesses fail in the first 2 years. TIPS ON YOUR LEARNING Take time to learn about each of the strategies you plan to implement in your business. If you want to use Facebook for marketing, take some time to find out how to use Facebook for maximum effectiveness. If you want to try out newspaper advertising, learn how to write one and then test it out in an inexpensive publication before splashing out a ton of money. Learn from mistakes. We all make mistakes. The most famous entrepreneurs have all made mistakes. The trick is to learn from them and move on without repeating the same mistake. Attend educational workshops and seminars for business owners – make lots of notes, ask lots of questions, listen carefully and expect some amazing BFOs! Above all, have fun with your learning and make sure you apply your BFOs into your business.

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Article source: Action Coach Business Coaching 07818 646672 http://www.actioncoach.com/rosjones


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TALKING with ASTIN’S PROPERTYESTATE AGENTS

I recently saw this article in a blog on the website “OnTheMarket.com” , the new agent owned property portal of which we are members. Check it out, it will definitely be worth your while. We try to get this sort of information to our clients whenever we speak to them so it was interesting to see how another agent put it across and I thought you would be interested too. This was from Edward Church, Strutt & Parker in Kent. “When it comes to selling your home, negotiating the right price is a task that can require experience, expertise and precision. Follow these tips to help achieve your home’s maximum selling price: Choose your agent carefully: “Not all agents are the same. They offer different reach and coverage, in different ways, with different people. Choose one that you can work with and who sells property like yours all day, every day. They will have the best list of buyers.” Establish a strategy: “Your chosen agent should work with you to try to achieve your goals. So work out what is important to you. Is time of the essence? Or do you need to achieve a particular price to deliver your goals? Do you need to be moved quickly? Or is the end of summer more convenient?” Give yourself realistic time frames: “Typically, the most interest from buyers comes in the first month of being on the market. If you haven’t had an offer, listen to your agent to work out if you need to drop the price. Don’t do this too soon, but similarly, don’t wait too long or the property might seem stale. Deals can fall through because sellers don’t adapt to a changing market.” Do the maths: “Ultimately, a house is worth what someone is prepared to pay. However, know the value of your property. If you don’t know what it is really worth, as opposed to what you hope it is worth, then how can your buyer know?” Know your market: “It’s not just buyers who should do their research. Use a mixture of property websites and word of mouth from local estate agents to find

out what the house next door sold for, as well as similar sized homes further afield. Don’t fall into the trap of comparing your price with other guide prices. You need to make real comparisons with sold prices. Simply asking 10% more than what you expect to achieve is a strategy that almost always fails.” Use your poker face: “If the house is worth £500,000, stick to your guns, play it cool and listen to the advice of your agent. Remember, the best poker players know when to fold and when to play out a hand – it is a game of skill based on knowledge of the odds and not a game of chance. Selling a house should be the same.” Consider your tactics: “The first offer might not be the best one. Always ask for an increased offer and wait. You have the property they want to call home. If the buyer is in a rush, use this to get the very best offer for your home. This is where a good agent really steps-up. But don’t be afraid to accept the first offer – make your decision based on the circumstances and on facts, not on your preconceived opinions.” Let the agent negotiate: “Sometimes getting personally involved becomes just that – personal. The agent will have done this hundreds, if not thousands, of times before and will have your best interests at heart – to achieve a good selling price with the best possible purchaser. You should have appointed an agent that you trust and respect, so listen to their advice and make sure to ask for it.” Find the right buyer: “Your agent has to inform you of all offers and will personally vet them all to measure their strength. They would have found out everything about the buyer and built up a rapport, even before negotiating. What they determine to be the strongest offer may not be the highest bid, but from a more committed buyer, such as a cash buyer not in a chain. You ideally want to avoid feeling let down by someone who is not in a good purchasing position.” Expect the unexpected: “Be prepared to constantly review your expectations. I sold a house earlier this year that had been on the market for three months with no offers. When we dropped the price by five per cent it went to sealed bids that week and it actually sold for the original guide price. Anything can happen, but the best things happen if you have a good plan and implement it well. Listen, adapt, and expect the unexpected.”

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As we have been experiencing cold temperatures and snow showers it is hard to imagine that Easter is on its way, but Spring is just around the corner. At this time of year many start thinking about putting their property onto the market and we will receive many a phone call asking the same, solitary question: What are your fees for selling? Of course it is understandable that people would want an indication of what costs will be involved when selling their accommodation – but should this be the only question? The first step for any prospective seller is to find the right estate agent and this decision should be based on so much more than just price. As with most things in life the old saying applies - you get what you pay for. A cheap fee can often have a cheap service attached to it. If a property is not being marketed to its full potential, and therefore remains on the market for a long period of time, this can cost the vendor dearly in both time and money. So, here are some suggestions of questions you can ask in order to find the best possible agent for you: WHERE DO YOU ADVERTISE? Someone once said to me “All agents are the same. All you all do is put the details onto Rightmove” We would disagree. Relying on one portal is no longer enough. As well as the traditional ways of advertising, on the big property websites (Rightmove and Zoopla being the largest) and the local newspaper ect, successful agents are constantly looking for new and innovative ways to make sure they reach the widest audience possible. Social media should not be ignored many sales can be made off the back of displaying properties on Facebook and Twitter etc.. good quality photographs now need need to be exceptional to stand out from the crowd.

Videos can make a house stand out and here at Hendersons our interactive touch screen has been attracting a lot of attention. Times are changing and so should advertising. WHAT ARE YOUR OPENING HOURS? hitby is flooded by visitors over the weekends so it is important that the opportunity to catch the tourists who are wandering around the town on a Saturday and Sunday is not missed. The longer the opening hours the better. HOW EXPERIENCED ARE YOUR STAFF? Estate Agency in England is unregulated. In practice, this means anyone can work as a valuer or set up their own o ce, regardless of knowledge, experience or ethics. A good tip is to look out for the following initials: NAEA - National Association of Estate Agents and ARLA – The Association of Residential Letting Agents. WHAT MAKES YOU DIFFERENT TO OTHER AGENTS? any people find it di cult to differentiate between one agent and the next as it may seem many appear to be making the same bold claims. Therefore, this is a great question to ask. If someone asked us this question here at Henderson’s we would proudly talk about our professional photography, our interactive touch-screen, late opening hours in the summer and very busy social media pages amongst many other things. It is worth taking the time to research, ask questions and make sure you work with the right agent for both you and your property. It’s about so much more than fees.


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A Guide to Health Care in our Senior Canine Friends The Beck Veterinary Practice

Is your dog 7 years or older? Is your pet slowing down? Putting on weight? Smelly breath? Drinking a lot more than normal? Needing to urinate more regularly? When did your dog last visit the veterinary surgery just for a general health check? As our pets get older, different parts of their bodies start to slow down. Just like us, our pet’s metabolism gets slower and fitness levels decrease. For many pets this only leads to one thing; weight gain! For pets of 7 years or over we should be feeding them a calorie specific diet that is specifically for mature pets. Here in practice we have Hills™ Vet Essentials, which is a diet that is only available through vet practices. This food is a balanced diet to help preserve kidney and vital organ function whilst also providing a precise balance of minerals and omega-3 fatty acids for healthy bones and joints. We have Hills™ loyalty cards which entitles you to £5 off your first bag and your 6th bag free. You can pop into the surgery at any time during our opening hours to buy Hills™ food or use our scales if you would like to keep an eye on your pet’s weight. Dental health can also be a concern as plaque and tartar builds up on and around teeth. This not only has consequences to the teeth and gums but can

also cause problems to the heart and kidneys. If you are at all concerned about your pet’s dental health then please get in touch as we offer a FREE dental health check with our nurses here in the practice. As our canine friends get older, the liver and kidney function can also slow down. Kidney function can be tested quite simply by a urine sample. At the moment we are offering urine samples for senior pets at a much reduced price of £2. Also by taking a simple drop of blood, we can test the function of both the liver and kidney. We can test the blood the same day in our laboratory here in our practice, which means we can get the results back to you very quickly. We are also offering a senior pet blood screen for only £15. Noticing signs of these organs slowing down sooner means we can help your pet a lot faster. If you are concerned and some of the above sounds familiar to you, then please don’t hesitate to call the practice for an appointment for a FREE nurse senior health check on 01947 820333. If possible please bring a urine sample with you.. Rachel Garbutt BSc RVN

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On a misty winter’s night, one of the creepiest parts of Whitby is surely St Mary’s graveyard at the top of the 199 Steps. oth the stone staircase and the steep Donkey Trod which runs alongside it su er their own fair share of sinister spooks.

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