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Published: 30/11/2018   Last Updated: 30/11/2018  
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Lettings Property Manager, Ruby Goddard, was awarded the prestigious Rising Star Award at last night’s Cambridge News & Media Property Awards (Thursday 29th November).

The awards ceremony, which took place at St Barnabas Church, Mill Road, Cambridge, saw many of the city’s established estate agents, lettings agents and developers come together to celebrate a successful year in the industry.

Taking the title of Rising Star, Ruby was commended on her professionalism and extensive knowledge of the market, beating a high number of nominated candidates to the title.

Commenting on the event, Ruby said: “I had an amazing evening at the awards ceremony, and I’m extremely honoured to have won the Rising Star category. I’m so grateful to all of my colleagues at Redmayne Arnold & Harris – it’s a team effort and every staff member is brilliant. Chris Toynbee and Charlotte Biggs have taught me so much and their guidance since I started with the company has been invaluable. Congratulations to all of the other nominees and winners last night.”Director, Christopher Toybee, added: “Ruby is fully deserving of this award and we are incredibly proud of her at Redmayne Arnold & Harris. Her work ethic and professionalism has really shone through, so it’s no real surprise that this has been recognised.”

Other winners at the fourth annual event included Andrew Bush of Bush Sales, who took home the Outstanding Contribution Award for his 30 years in the industry.

Redmayne Arnold & Harris has two offices in Cambridge and Great Shelford, with an experienced and professional team at its helms. Closing in on 30 years in business, the team offer a bespoke service across sales, lettings, land, new homes and commercial developments.