We are now three clay pigeon shooting events into 2019 and the competitiveness has remained unrelenting. It’s always amazing to see a group of people who may not know each other basking in the competitive spirit. Regardless of the fact, someone might be a beginner and the other a certified pro, you will manage to enjoy yourself thoroughly. In typical fashion expectations were high considering the good weather we tend to have on shoot days, today’s weather was clear for the most part leaving our competitors with no excuses.
The format remained the same, twelve competitors battling it out to win the title of Top Gun while also working together in teams for the Flush event. Peter Saville (Red Rock Property) took home the Top Gun title with an impressive shoot of 36/50. The Flush was won by the team captained by Andy Jansons (Jansons Property) alongside Top Gun Saville and Jake Booth (Campbell Gordon). Jansons Property will be hosting other clay pigeon shooting events throughout the year and look forward to more opportunities to compete and network with more industry professionals. Please refer to our social media via the links below to view more photos and videos from this event! Alternatively, you can view the below which is also below.
Sport is planet earth’s universal language, it carries high esteem to the furthest reaches of the world. Equally, the most distinguished sportsmen and women are seen as heroes and role models for the masses. The sports aid charity gave Jansons an opportunity to bolster the ranks of the next generation of British athletes or rather the next generation of British role models. Those of you who follow us on Twitter will have seen our announcement of the sponsorship on Friday (03/05/2019). The Bucks SportsAid is a charity sponsored by Buckinghamshire based businesses hoping to support young athletes to achieve their Olympian/Paralympian aspirations. Our first sponsee is IIse Owen, a para-dressage rider who does not let Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy hold her back from achieving her Paralympic dreams. Second is Joe Murphy, a rower and Leander Club member with his own Olympic dreams which he is determined to achieve!
There is so much turmoil in the world right now, never has there been a time where we need positive role models more. What better role model than someone who performs at the highest level of their craft, represents their team, represents their family and represents their country. This is why Jansons Property supports Sports Aid, to shape a better future one or two athletes at a time.
The Thames Valley Property Awards were nothing short of a joyous event! Held at Ascot Race Course, the event took place in the Pavilion Suite. Ascot racing course was the perfect setting, dressed to impress feels like somewhat of an understatement for everyone in attendance. The room was full to the brim with seven hundred property professionals, from the Thames Valley market, each with a regularly refilled glass of wine courtesy of Jansons Property. Regular collaborators of Jansons were present alongside some new friends we were happy to meet. The night was filled with many well-deserved award winners and aided the event ending in high spirits. We look forward to attending a similar event as the year progresses, more images from the event are available to view via the links below: