05 Sep First Love thy neighbour winner announced
Courtney Green is delighted to announce that Robert Tennent is the August winner of the Courtney Green ‘Love Thy Neighbour’ competition. The competition seeks to find Horsham’s unsung heroes, who do extraordinary things which make Horsham a better place to live.
Robert, who works at RSA, was nominated for helping a lady who had fallen over in the road and was unable to get up. He took control of the situation by immediately calling for an ambulance and he and his family waited with the lady until the ambulance arrived, even finding a sun parasol from somewhere to shade her.
Robert will now be able to enjoy a three-course meal for two courtesy of The Black Jug in Horsham. In addition, Courtney Green have offered Robert a discount on fees should he wish to buy, sell or let any time soon.
Courtney Green has teamed up with The Resident to find a person each month, right up until December, who deserves to be recognised within the community for going that extra mile in more ways than one. They are now on the lookout for September’s hero. Do you know someone who you think deserves that title? If so, Courtney Green wants to hear from you.
Does your next door neighbour give up their time to help others? Does a friend of yours work tirelessly for a charity? If you think they deserve a special treat, simply send their name and a brief description of why they should be chosen to: Courtney Green ‘Love Thy Neighbour’ c/o PMW Communications, Stane Court, Stane Street, Billingshurst, West Sussex, RH14 9HP or email it to email@example.com. Deadline for entries is Sunday 16th September. The winner will receive an engraved award as well as vouchers for a local restaurant and a discount on fees from Courtney Green should they have any property needs in the future.
Nick Courtney and Steven Greenfield, Directors of Courtney and Green, commented: “On behalf of everyone at Courtney Green, we would like to congratulate Robert on winning this award. It is actions like his that really make Horsham a special place to live. We are sure there are lots more unsung heroes out there and we look forward to recognising them too.”