March family are chosen to be the face of a publicity campaign
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A March couple will be appearing in adverts and posters across four counties after being chosen as the stars of an advertising campaign.
Estate agency chain Harrison Murray and the Nottingham Building Society (known as The Nottingham), put out a request for customers to take part in their latest advertising campaign.
Chosen were couple Kate Conroy and Heath Brown along with Kate’s daughters who are now set to become the face of The Nottingham.
The building society has been using its customers in its advertising for the past four years and said it is a move that has proved popular.
As part of their prize the family were treated to a professional photography session and will receive a framed copy of their favourite shot.
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Both Kate and Heath have sold houses through Harrison Murray Estate Agency, which is part of The Nottingham.
The couple are currently searching for their dream family home in the town.
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Their story started when Kate, 43, an accountant for St Neots Council, was looking for a new home for herself and her children Alexa, nine, and Amelia, six, after she had separated from her husband.
Kate’s parents recommended Harrison Murray Estate Agency because they had previously sold their house through the Chatteris branch.
At the same time that Kate was making plans to sell her home fate played a part when she fell for a chef she had met in a local bar where he was working.
Heath, 45, was also in the process of separating and selling his former family home through Harrison Murray and was looking for a new property where he could spend time with his daughter Imogen, 15.
Now, after four years of being together and renting a house in March, Kate and Heath are looking to buy their first home together.