Building on our existing support for local charities, our Pearson Ferrier branch in Bath are stretching their support to the Bristol Children’s Hospital.
A campaign launched to support the “Wallace and Gromit Grand Appeal”, the branch aims to raise thousands supporting parents with a child in a critical condition.
Going for Gold…
Our team at Pearson Ferrier Bath are offering the locals of Bath the opportunity to enter into a competition where three lucky people could win the chance to sell their property with Pearson Ferrier Bath absolutely free.
For everyone signing up (subject to minimum requirements), they will be able to sell their home for a discounted fixed rate of 1% commission. From all that enter, a percentage of each house sold upon completion will be donated to the Grand Appeal at the Bristol Children’s Hospital.
Every property that is signed up with the Bath branch will also see a fee donated to the Grand Appeal to support their cause.
Due to be launched on Thursday 30th June (6pm-7:30pm), the team at Pearson Ferrier Bath hope the Golden Ticket Competition will provide a much needed boost to the Bristol Children’s Hospital.
The campaign is expected to run throughout the summer until the beginning of October, followed by a draw to announce the lucky winners.
Pearson Ferrier have long been supporters of local good causes. Recently, a number of our Northern branches signed up to support the Books for Schools campaign. For every property completion, Pearson Ferrier donates £10 to help provide books to local Schools.
Also, co-founder of Pearson Ferrier, Julian Ferrier, has certainly played his part in supporting local charities, from his continuous support of Bury Hospice to recent expeditions as he cycled through the Alps from Geneva to Nice and completing the UK Ironman in Bolton.
To attend the Golden Ticket competition launch, visit our Facebook event page. For more information about buying or letting properties in the Bath area, contact the team at 01225 375 007 or email them at: Bath@pearsonferrier.co.uk.
For more information about Julian Ferrier’s charity work, visit our page The Fundraising is still ongoing…your local #BuryHospice needs you!