Further to recent Government advice we feel it appropriate to close our offices and move our teams to working from home during these difficult times. We will therefore be working remotely to continue helping our clients and customers and will take all possible steps to ensure service levels remain high during these rather challenging times.
Please call the normal office telephone lines as your calls will continue to be answered and forwarded to the appropriate member of staff..
We appreciate how difficult and uncertain this period will be for everyone but we would like to reassure you that during it we will do all we can to help.
Thank you for your understanding. Stay safe and well.
In response to the latest Government guidance on 13th May please click here for the current advice. Our virtual door remains open and our physical office doors are open by prior appointment in accordance with the guidelines.
This is a developing situation and although it is not 'business as usual' it is one of many positive steps towards it becoming so.
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Nestled in some of England’s most beautiful countryside is the historic market town of Romsey, a vibrant town which has everything you could want for a day out or a far longer stay. There is an extensive range of restaurants, coffee shops and pubs to suit all pockets and palates, the Plaza Theatre, Romsey Rapids, an fantastic assortment of shops, supermarkets and even a regular market.
The main attractions are Romsey Abbey, King John’s House, the Town Hall and one can meander through the Memorial Park and follow the path along the River Test. The river is the centrepiece of the Test Valley; a world renowned chalk stream of particular beauty and famous for its fishing, which Lord Crickhowell (onetime chairman of the National Rivers Authority said 'should be treated as a great work of art or music'.
Only a few years ago, Sport England published a survey which revealed that residents of Test Valley were the 8th most active in England in sports and other fitness activities. The New Forest National Park is also on the doorstep and occupies over 140,000 acres of unenclosed pasture land, heathland and forest and sees approximately 15 million visitors annually.
Romsey is ideally located between Winchester (11m), Southampton (8m) and Salisbury (16m) there is also an excellent range of schooling, both private and public sector and these are among many facts that have resulted in a house price growth of almost 8% over the last 12 months.