Both Ripon and Thirsk have shown true Community Spirit over October and November with the Halloween Pumpkin Trail and the Commemoration of 100 years since the end of The Great War. Check out our page to see what the local area has been getting up to … https://joplings.com/lifestyle-magazine-silhouette-soldiers-by-john-durkin/ Buying a property and moving to a new area can be a daunting prospect. There is nothing that will make your new house feel like a home like making new friends and getting involved in local events. Being involved in the community … Continued
‘Lest we Forget’ In Commemoration of 100 years since the end of The Great War of 1914 – 1918 we have chosen a photo of one of Ripon’s ‘Silhouette Soldiers’ taken by Ripon teenager John Durkin for our front cover image. #RiponRemembers has been a true community project with Community Poppy Project coordinators Stuart Martin and Hazel Barker leading the way. The support from Ripon residents, extended families, friends and visitors has been amazing to see with approximately 50,000 poppies being knitted and displayed across the Ripon area. … Continued
Ripon Property of the Week – 5 Victoria Terrace … from your local #OneStopPropertyShop and The Guild of Property Professionals agency for #Ripon and #Thirsk 5 Victoria Terrace gives you an excellent opportunity to purchase a substantial End-Townhouse, offering modern living accommodation set over four floors with parking, gardens and balcony. These exciting family homes form part of only five town houses and occupy a fantastic location within close proximity to the centre of Ripon however with easy access to the A1(M) for those looking to commute. To find out more click through to the property … Continued
We were very lucky to receive a more industrial shot of Ripon taken by Alan Kaemena for our Lifestyle Magazine front cover. Alan has been taking photos for over 40 years and usually prefers to take photos containing people. The reflections on the canal water caught his eye one morning and that is how this photo made its way into his camera.
Have you been into our Ripon or Thirsk offices to collect a copy of our latest Lifestyle magazine yet? Our Ripon magazine has a great front cover image by Paul Hildreth which we chose because it shows the grey of Winter but also the signs of Spring with yellow daffodils. If you would like to send in a photo in of Ripon, Thirsk or the surrounding villages/areas that you think would be a great cover image, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The photo needs to be at least 2mb in size so that it has a … Continued
We are so impressed by our local photographers that we wanted to try to take our own cover images for our magazines too. The final property magazine image of 2017 was taken by Vicky in the Ripon office and is a view from North Bridge over towards Ure Bank Terrace. Our first property magazine image of 2018 is an interior photo of a cozy fireplace and is taken by Stefan. He is one of our Chartered Surveyors MRICS and our Ripon Residential Sales Manager. If you would like to send … Continued
What a dramatic photograph taken by Nick Rogers. It is Kirkgate in Ripon leading down to the majestic Cathedral. Please come into our Ripon office if you would like a copy of our magazine. If you would like to send in a photo in of Ripon, Thirsk or the surrounding villages/areas that you think would be a great cover image, please email email@example.com. The photo needs to be at least 2mb in size so that it has a good print quality, thank you.
Paul Hildreth took a series of images of the Ripon Canal during the summer. We chose this image for the front cover of our latest Lifestyle Magazine, as we loved the way the locks lead you into the photograph. Well done Paul!
Joplings’ chosen theme for Issue 4 of our magazine was 2017 Tour de Yorkshire, to celebrate the fact that the City of Ripon was a hub for the race with family events throughout the city and a ‘Big Screen’ on the market place. Nicholas Lancaster sent in this amazing photograph of the cyclists as they raced through Ripon and was chosen as the winning image due to the exhausting effort showing on the faces of the riders as they powered up North Street.