The Glenn Mishon Charity Golf Day took place at The Dyke Golf Club in Brighton on Friday. The event is held every year to remember Mishon Mackay’s Glenn Mishon, and to raise money for local charities he supported.
Pretty Muddy is a 5 or 10K muddy obstacle course that girls and women can take part in to raise money for Cancer Research UK. And here at Mishon Mackay, we’re very lucky that our staff love to take part in charity events like this.
In honour of Summer Solstice tomorrow (when summer officially begins), we’d like to show you some of the best spaces that are ideal to entertain in.
The World Cup is in full swing and with England playing tonight, we thought we’d put together a selection of great living spaces we think you’d love to watch the football in.
Members of staff from Mishon Mackay, alongside the Friends of Hove Park came with their gloves and bin bags at the ready to help clean up Hove Park.
Having a professional photographer come in might seem like an extra (and unnecessary) cost to some people but we think it can be a really important step in selling your home. We’ve collated some useful tips from our years of experience to prepare your house for a professional photographer. Even if you’re not planning on…
You may have noticed that we have an ‘Arrange a viewing’ button across all of our properties to buy and let. We know how busy our clients are and we thought we’d make house-hunting that little bit easier.
Prince Harry is soon to marry Meghan Markle at Windsor Castle here in England. And whilst the Prince might not be looking to move to Sussex any time soon, it inspired us to compile a list of properties fit for a royal couple.
Charlotte, Jay, Jordan and Amie all helped out at Sussex Cricket Foundation’s DIScoverABILITY Day at The 1st Central County Ground today.
With many young people struggling to get their foot on the housing ladder, a growing number are turning to parents or family members for financial help. Tina Templeman, our Rottingdean Branch Director, gives her thoughts on the so-called ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’.