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The Vintage Magazine is pleased to bring you the first in a series of Newsletters from our business member, Devonshire Wealth Management.

THE VIEW – From Devonshire Wealth Management and our associates in Discretionary Fund Management

For more information please contact: Devonshire Wealth Management, 76 New Cavendish Street,  London W1G 9TB. or call 020 76370666

2012 was a good year for risk assets, all things considered, but what is in store for 2013?

The “Fiscal Cliff” was the most pressing issue facing the markets at year end and remains a key consideration in January.  We do need to consider the implications of this “deal” before analysing potential market returns in the year ahead.
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Roxtons Press Release in November 2012


The Lakselva river is now one of the most reliable rivers in the world when it comes to producing salmon of over 40lbs.  We have been fishing the river over the past six seasons and in almost every week we have been there, one or more of our guests has landed a fish of over 40lbs – this simply cannot be said of other rivers, even on the Kola.

We have four rods remaining in our very popular hosted weeks where you will fish the three well-regulated ticketed zones.  Norway has a reputation for over-rodding rivers and whilst this is not exclusive water, the Lakselva river board have very sensibly and sensitively managed the number of rods on the beats and it never feels over crowded.

This is for those who want to land the fish of a lifetime without breaking the bank.  Please contact James Dent, Charlie White or Christopher Robinson for further details.


We are very excited to be able to offer the iconic Aroy river in Norway.  When we say we can “offer the river”, we mean it.  This most famous of Norwegian rivers fishes only four rods and is owned exclusively, meaning double bank fishing along its length and with a lodge that you fill with your own private party.

The river was memorably recalled in Charles Ritz’s book “A Fly Fisher’s Life” where he described it as one of the most enthralling rivers he had ever fished.  It has not been let to anyone outside of the immediate family for 50 years and we are delighted to be able to provide the rare opportunity to take your own river, either for a week or just three days and experience Norwegian fishing as our forefathers did.  Please contact Christopher Robinson, Charlie White or Hannah Treliving for further details.


2012 was a phenomenal season on the Varzuga, we landed over 8,500 fresh salmon in our short six week season – an average of just under 50 fish per rod per week, a figure unmatched anywhere else in the world.  Unsurprisingly demand has been very strong for 2013 and we now only have a few rods left at the Middle Varzuga Camp, the most productive camp of all.

There are four rods available in the peak weeks and we are also running a June week at Middle Camp, priced at £3,500 including air charter from Helsinki, for those who wish to fish the best that the Kola has to offer at a highly advantageous price.  Please contact Charlie White, Lynsey Mair or Christopher Robinson for further details.


2012 will not go down as one of Iceland’s best seasons.  Low water at the beginning of the year appeared to be to blame but, even when the rains came, the number of salmon that we have become used to simply did not materialise.  There were exceptions to the rule and whilst numbers were down across the board, some rivers still produced very respectable returns.

The East and West Ranga were two of these and their catch statistics, superb guides, comfortable lodges and the fact that they are close enough to Reykjavik to allow for a three day trip means that they remain in high demand.  If you seek high volume salmon fishing but are unable to spare a whole week from work or family commitments then do take a closer look at these rivers.  Please contact Louise Mackenny or Charlie White for further details.


Roxtons, Hungerford, UK – Fishing tel: 01488 689701 Email:



Roxtons Press Release in November 2012


Monday 17 September 2012, Goodwood

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars celebrated a record Goodwood Revival over the weekend, with all three days of the popular event selling out for the first time ahead of Revival Friday. The local manufacturer of super luxury motor cars hosted customers, prospects and VIPs and also entertained the thousands of visitors to the world’s most popular historic motor race meeting in true Rolls-Royce style.
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Rolls Royce at the Goodwood Revival

Colours of Autumn – Walking Boots and Bright Crisp Mornings, What could be better?


Enjoy the Colours of Autumn at the Goodwood Hotel

Set off for the breathtaking South Coast or head into the rolling hills of the South Downs National Park for an uplifting breath of fresh air.  Perfect for giving you an appetite for dinner in one of the Goodwood Hotel’s award winning restaurants with mouth-watering dishes created from Estate reared produce.

Breaks start from just £110 per room per night including a full English breakfast, based on two people sharing a newly refurbished Signature king or twin room and a Goodwood Walking Map to explore the Estate.

To book please telephone 01243 775537 or email

* Available 1 October – 31 December 2012 subject to availability. Excludes Christmas and New Year.

Enjoy the Colours of Autumn at the Goodwood Hotel

The sell-out 2012 Goodwood Revival achieved a record 146,000 attendees over the three day event (14th-16th September) in glorious Autumn sunshine.  Motor sport enthusiasts and retro-fashion fans flocked to Goodwood  to join in the fun and celebrations at the world’s largest historic motor race meeting, firmly establishing the Revival as the ‘must attend’ event of the year.
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AC Cobras credit Giles Babbidge