Neil Grenyer MRICS
Having trained as a General Practice Surveyor, Neil fine-tuned his training by studying the Fine Art Valuation Degree at Southampton Institute, during which time he worked as a Porter at Bonhams, Chelsea. Upon completing his degree, he joined Bonhams’ Ceramics and Glass Department, where he became joint Head of Department before moving to their Midlands Valuation Office. Two years in the East Midlands were followed by seven years developing and running an Auction Room in Bakewell, Derbyshire, as well as qualifying as a Chartered Antiques and Fine Arts Surveyor. The last five years have seen Neil working as an Independent Antiques and Fine Art Valuer and Auctioneer, carrying out Professional Valuations for Insurance, Probate and Sale at Auction as well as working on a consultancy basis for a number of Midlands Auction Houses.
Neil relocated to Sherborne with his wife and two children and enjoys swimming and sailing and hopes to take up tennis again, having been in the youth training squad for Kent as a teenager. Neil has owned several classic Triumph cars and would love to own a Jaguar XK140 or XK150.