Roberts Newby

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - PRIDE OF BUCKS 2015 -

WE are ex­tremely hon­oured and proud to once again be part of the 2015 Pride of Bucks awards.

Hav­ing also been in­volved and see­ing first-hand the suc­cesses of the pre­vi­ous two years, it was sim­ply ob­vi­ous to be part of the 2015 awards and we feel equally priv­i­leged to be part of the or­gan­i­sa­tion and judg­ing com­mit­tee.

Hav­ing lived and worked in the area most of his life, Simon Roberts feels the Pride of Bucks Awards fits per­fectly with their busi­ness. He says: “The event is such a won­der­ful trib­ute to those fan­tas­tic un­sung he­roes”.

Roberts Newby be­gan in 1991 in Ger­rards Cross with to pro­vide a friendly, down-to-earth, in­no­va­tive es­tate agency with a dif­fer­ence and one that would build strong re­la­tion­ships with peo­ple and the com­mu­nity.

Well known for its or­ange colour brand­ing, the com­pany has forged its way to be­com­ing the lo­cal mar­ket leader and known for its wide range of spon­sor­ships of schools, col­leges and char­i­ties.

We are proud to have raised tens of thou­sands for var­i­ous or­gan­i­sa­tions which has been a val­ued part of the com­pany’s ethos.

Says Simon: “Roberts Newby sup­ports many char­i­ties, schools and or­gan­i­sa­tion, how­ever, with four young chil­dren of my own, I felt a par­tic­u­lar draw to the Child of Courage cat­e­gory. Giv­ing this award to such in­cred­i­bly brave chil­dren is an hon­our, their in­di­vid­ual sto­ries and self­less acts of courage never cease to hum­ble my­self and the other guests, and there isn’t usu­ally a dry eye in the house!”

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