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Agents excel outside of the property market

Two estate agents have this week achieved considerable feats, although not for selling property as you might expect.

Sally-Ann Neath-Duggan, the manager of the Rubery branch of Robert Oulsnam and Company in Birmingham, is celebrating after her dog picked up an award at Crufts 2016.

The agent's dalmatian, Seb, picked up the gong for 'Best Puppy in Breed' at the awards which took place last weekend.

Meanwhile, another agent has been making waves with the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, known as the RNLI.

Stuart Millard, manager and associate partner of Stags in Dartmouth, has joined the RNLI Dart's lifeboat crew.

After joining the RNLI last year, Millard will now embark on an 18-month training course to become a fully-trained lifeboatmen.


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