Bright are celebrating this Christmas with an event that will see them handing out free mince pies in St Neots, the Town where their Head Office is based. On Saturday 14th December the marketing team from Bright will be handing out mince pies to Christmas shoppers from 8am onward in the Market Square.
Advisers covering East Anglia and more
Bright has mortgage and insurance specialists based in St Neots, St Ives, Huntingdon, Cambridge, Harlow, Northampton, Wisbech, Oundle, Newmarket, Boston, Kimbolton, Ipswich, Surrey, Littleport, Bury St Edmunds, Chittering, Haverhill, Keddington and London. The financial experts, also well known for their charity work are a popular choice for clients seeking advice on mortgages, insurance, pensions, wills and trusts.
Experienced and Helpful
Bright’s experienced general insurance adviser, Sadie Carty has been with the company for nearly five years and can offer clients extensive advice on buildings and contents insurance and home insurance. Buildings and contents insurance expert, Sadie Carty is available to help new clients now. You can contact Sadie on 0800 68 88 222.
Bright’s Advisers are helpful, experienced and polite to all clients and always offer advice that is suited to each individual case. You can find a Bright financial adviser near you on the Bright website. You can also read more about buildings and contents insurance on the Bright website. Or alternatively you can contact the Head Office on 0800 68 88 222 and we will help to put you through to someone who can assist you. If you are searching for advice on Help to Buy Mortgages you will find plenty of reading on Bright’s website, but again you can talk directly to an experienced adviser by calling the number above.
Finding Bright at the Christmas Event
You can find Bright in the Market Square, St Neots on the 14th December very easily. Look out for a white inflatable dome and some of the Bright team wearing white t.shirts with the Bright logo on them. Come along and say hi!
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