A beautifully sunny morning complemented further by the tranquil setting at the Brockett Hall, this breakfast event already seemed to be on the front foot before our guests arrived. Considering the busy, high-paced and often time-consuming environments we work in, Brockett Hall offered a relaxing change of pace!
Henley Regatta, the annual five-day event that unites thousands of athletes, coaches and spectators all in one place for the love of rowing. This year the Regatta had a different meaning to Jansons as one of our own was racing. Our rowing sponsee Joseph Murphy (far left in the image below) competed in the Fawley Challenge Cup at the Regatta alongside his teammates in Leander B. The team won the first three rounds of racing which secured them a place in in the semi-finals against Leander Team A. Unfortunately Joseph’s Leander Team B were bested by their Leander Club brothers who went on to win the competition as a whole! Losing to their teammates did not dampen Joseph’s spirits as making it to the semi-finals at one of the most prestigious rowing events in the world is no easy task.
The Bucks SportsAid was a great opportunity to show support for the next generation of athletes, better yet the next generation of Olympians. This was also the event where we announced our sponsorship of Isle Owen ( Para-equestrian) and Joe Murphy (Rower).
The Jansons Cup was nothing short of a success! Eighty competitors were present each bringing particular vibrancy and team spirit to their respective teams. The gloomy weather did not thwart the enthusiasm for the rowing activities in the slightest. The notion of leaving the event with all the bragging-rights proved too enticing to let a little rain ruin the event. The Jansons Cup was held at Dorney Lake, a world-class sporting and events venue with a remarkable Olympics history. What an inspiring venue to go head to head against colleagues, friends and a variety of new faces!
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.
Last Thursday (25/04/2019) saw Jansons Property hosting a networking event for some industry professionals! Formal as this may sound, it was actually an opportunity to break bread with comrades in arms and exchange ideas. The event took place at Mayfair’s Burlington Arms with thirty-five budding property professionals in attendance. Tom Jansons described the night as “an evening with a good atmosphere and only a sore head in the morning to fear”.
After the success of our first clay pigeon shoot last month expectations were high for our second. If the promise of a full English breakfast wasn’t enough motivation to get you out of bed, the prospect of beating your colleagues in some compettive sport definately did the trick .
The Wycombe Social was an excellent opportunity to understand the professionals and opportunities in High
Jansons Property’s Managing Director, Andy Jansons, will be speaking at this year’s Wycombe Social. An event that is open to all and provides an opportunity for some informed discussions and networking to take place. The event will be hosted by UK Property Forums on 6th March at Blaser Mills in High Wycombe.
The idea of spending your Friday morning clay pigeon shooting then later devouring a well earned full english breakfast seems only a dream when you think about it. If you add a combination of great weather and competitive spirit to the equation, the result is the perfect morning to end a busy week. This was the case as we kicked off our first clay pigeon shooting event of the year.