Get your dancing shoes on! This year’s Agents Strictly line-up is announced

This year’s dancers in the Agents Strictly Come Dancing competition have been named as:

Alison Barfoot, Woolley & Wallis

Emelie Braneby, Victorstone Estate Agents

Jane Gardner, J P Gardner & Associates

Kathryn Hunter, Hawkmoth Property Consultants Ltd

Matt Fosby, Fixflo

Matthew Lester, Maxine Lester Residential Lettings

Oliver Sanhaji, Anderson Rose

Paula Lawrence, Fine & Country estate and letting agency

Peter Fenwick, Reapit Ltd

Reagan Bradley, Paramount Properties

Simon Bradbury, Thomas Morris Estate Agents

Steven Wilson, Paramount Properties

Well, it’s perfectly obvious to us who is going to win – but we had rather not say.

Anyway, all are already in training, courtesy of the Wright Rhythm School, with each committing to taking at least five lessons.

They will be strutting their stuff, partnered with a professional dancer, at this year’s Agents Giving Ball, in front of a panel of judges.

The ball, whose sponsors include Goodlord and TouchRight, with Rightmove sponsoring the professional dancers, takes place on December 8.

Agents Giving is now taking bookings for tables or individual tickets at £1,600 per table of ten or £175 per individual ticket. As well as celebrating the industry’s fundraising efforts, the event is a great platform for Christmas parties.

For further information, please contact Yvonne Martin at Agents Giving on 01372 370895 or info@agentsgiving.org or visit the website at www.agentsgiving.org 

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6 Comments

  1. Whaley

    The first seasons always best, NOW that was a line up, oh the team of 2016!!!

    Mind you Peter Fenwick’s lambada makes me cry every time I see it.

    A brilliant idea, and an amazing event all for a great cause, what could be a better end to the year.

    Like Zoolander I will of course be unable to not charge the dance floor with my new improved foxtrot.

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    1. Robert May

      Social or slow?

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  2. Simon Bradbury

    “Well, it’s perfectly obvious to us who is going to win – but we had rather not say.”

    I am truly flattered to receive such an endorsement from this prestigious publication!

    PS – Wait until you see my maracas!

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    1. Whaley

      Simon you’ve misspelled narcissism as ‘maracas’

      Regards

       

      Simon ‘Glasshouse’ Whale

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  3. Matthew Lester

    Clearly PIE realise the family name of last years’ winner indicates who will win this year – how wrong they may be!

    And no thanks, I’ll skip your maracas thanks!

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  4. Byers92

    Last year was a blast, I loved every minute of it and have now handed the Anderson Rose Cuban Heels to the formidable Oliver Sanhaji!

    Good luck everyone!

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