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About Allan Fuller Estate Agents
We are following Government guidelines and our team undergo regular testing and temperature checks, as well as wearing masks on appointments. We have stepped up our disinfecting routines and keep the office well ventilated
So we fully expect to be able to provide a full and extensive service to existing and new customers. If you are looking to purchase or rent a property, or have a property valued and assessed for sale or letting please do contact us. For our hundreds of tenants and landlords just get in touch in the normal way.
Latest Property News
Putney Theatre Company Presents Alice in Wonderland
Performance dates (main stage):
Join Putney Arts Theatre’s resident company, Putney Theatre Company, as they journey with Alice through Wonderland this New Year.
With everyone’s favourite weird and magical characters, including the Mad Hatter at his equally mad tea-party, the Queen of Hearts who can’t resist chopping off everyone’s heads, the grinning Cheshire Cat, the infuriating Caterpillar and of course the ever curious Alice, it’s sure to be a wild and wonderful ride!
This whimsical, hilarious and particularly curious musical production is written by PTC members and promises to be a theatrical highlight of the festive season.
They are selling to 50% capacity, disinfecting the theatre with an antiviral fog, requiring mask wearing and recommending lateral flow tests to help keep you safe.
Allan's January Market Update
2021 was an extremely active year for our office for both sales and lettings and our block management. We had a 60% increase on the number of completed sales that we created compared to 2020. No doubt the stamp duty reduction had a major effect on encouraging people to move home. That was a one-off but I fully expect demand for homes in the area to remain strong.
Putney Resident Receives British Empire Medal
Anne-Marie Lever, who is also known as Annick, was awarded for services to Holocaust Education and Awareness.
She is a Holocaust survivor who has shared her testimony with students and adults across the United Kingdom. In the last two years alone, through her work with the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Outreach Programme, she has told of the experiences of her family to hundreds of children.
She was born in November 1943 in Nazi-occupied France to a Jewish mother and a Catholic father. Life became very difficult for French Jews after the German invasion in 1940. Annick’s family had to register, declare all their possessions and, from 1942, wear a yellow Star of David on their clothing.
Their identification papers were stamped with the word ‘Jew’ and a curfew was imposed preventing Jewish people from being out of their homes in the evening. In 1944 Annick and her family were taken to the local prison and kept there pending deportation to Drancy (the main transit camp in France). Her father, as a non-Jew and a member of the Resistance, was able to smuggle Annick and her baby cousin out of the prison.
The rest of the family were transported and were taken from Drancy by cattle train to Auschwitz-Birkenau on 10 February 1944. They did not survive and later she learned that her mother most certainly died on the journey.
After the war, Annick was brought up in a small town in south-west France by a Catholic family. She came to Britain in 1963 and it is this story she now tells in schools across the country.
As well as her work with Outreach Programme, she has also worked with organisations such as the Jewish Museum in Camden, the League of Jewish Women, and a number of liberal synagogues and local councils, sharing her testimony with different groups, from all backgrounds and assisting numerous local communities in marking Holocaust Memorial Day each year in January.
She quickly mastered video technology and now shares her testimony to students via Zoom. She has also given a number of radio and other press interviews to educate the wider public on the history of the Holocaust. These articles and clips have been shared widely online, reaching millions of more people.