Support from My Sales & My Lets


Our thanks to the team from My Sales and My Lets who have donated £2,500 for sick children in Sussex.

The family estate agent and letting business have been supporting us for the past year and Analiese Doctrove, Head of Fundraising here at Rockinghorse, visited the team at their Preston Road office in Brighton for an official cheque presentation.

Managing Director, Roy Pook, said: “Giving back has always been part of our company’s ethos. We set up the charity giving side of the business last year and pledged to donate a minimum of £5,000 a year from our profits to two charities close to our hearts – the first being local children’s charity Rockinghorse, and secondly the national still birth and neonatal death charity Sands.”

Roy’s brother and colleague Jack Pook, added: “Rockinghorse is a magical charity which has been supporting children in Sussex for nearly 50 years – we could not think of a better local charity that we would like to support in giving sick children whatever help they need. We have had personal experiences with the charity, so it’s close to our hearts as I’m sure it is with many in Brighton.”

Rockinghorse is the official fundraising arm of the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital in Brighton, and a vital supporter of the neighbouring Trevor Mann Baby Unit. We raise money for life-saving and cutting-edge medical equipment, whilst ensuring that children are treated in an environment better suited to their needs.

The team at My Sales and My Lets are aiming to raise even more funds this year, and they aim to work with the local community in taking part in various fundraising activities, such as an annual charity golf day. 2016 is proving to be an exciting year for the business with new offices opened off Dyke Road and openings planned for Brighton city centre, Kemp Town and Shoreham.

They are currently offering an anniversary discount of 50% off all standard fees for both lettings and sales taken on in June, with a percentage going to their two chosen charities. Find out more by visiting

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