Following up from our previous blog post announcing Oscar and Hunt’s sponsorship of Northwood School’s Summer Fair which took place on Saturday 9th July 2016 between 11am-3pm, we are extremely delighted to let you know that the students, parents and every single person who were able to attend and donate, successfully raised over £1,000 for their chosen charities; Free the Children, Bliss, Multiple Sclerosis Trust and Sickle Cell Society UK. We are very proud of everyone coming together as one, and are especially thankful to those that organised and took part in the event as a community in order to make sure overall, it was a spectacular success.
For us and all of those that participated, it was a fantastic experience to be a part of an event organised for such a brilliant cause and we hope to continue to be involved in and even organise many more in the near future in order to build lives, offer opportunities and support all of those that are in need.
Here at Oscar and Hunt, we believe it is essential to build personal relationships with the local people, businesses and organisations and what better way to do so than to sponsor Northwood School’s summer fair 2016. Children are the future; the fair has been organised by the current students in order to raise money for charities, including Free the Children, MS Trust, Sickle Cell Society and Premature Births, with a range of stalls and entertainment, as well as a bouncy castle and many more enjoyable activities for both adults and children to take part in!
The fair will be taking place on Saturday 9th July 2016 between 11am-3pm at Northwood School and is open to people of all ages to attend, allowing us to not only be able to show support as well as appreciate the time and effort put forward by the local students but to also do our bit by donating and contributing to a fun, light-hearted event organised for a fantastic cause.
We love Northwood and we know you will as well, so make sure you check out our brief guide below.
Northwood is a perfect location for exploring a little further afield. It is also a great location for transport and getting to and from work. London is 35 minutes away on the Metropolitan line which makes it ideal for days or weekends out.
For those of you that love going away on holiday, and who doesn’t, you are very close to the London airports, so heading off on your holidays won’t be too hard!
Equally the M1, M25 and M40 are all nearby, and you have some other towns and villages nearby which are beautiful to explore.
The properties in Northwood vary depending on the areas, and these areas bring about very different property styles – so there will definitely be something that you love and will suit your needs. From pretty Edwardian houses, to the exclusive estates including Moor Park and Pinner Hill, you won’t be stuck for stunning properties.
This ‘guide to Northwood’ has to mention the vast amount of Golf Clubs that are in the area, including Sandy Lodge, Batchworth, Haste Hill, Pinner Hill, Northwood and Moor Park. Some of them are in stunning locations with absolutely beautiful buildings – and they cater for non-golfers too!
Things to do
If golf isn’t your thing then there are plenty of other things to do in Northwood, from lots of restaurants, coffee shops, cafes and places to have dessert, you won’t be short of food choices!
There are plenty of places to explore as well, and you can put your wellies on and have a walk around Oxhey Woods and Copse Wood as well as the stunning lakes.
For those of you with children, Northwood is a great location for some brilliant schools, and the schools in Northwood (whether private or state) are highly regarded.
There are some other brilliant schools in nearby towns as well, so you will have plenty of choice when it comes to putting your children in a great learning environment.
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