Business social: Crowthers’ Cheltenham office opening
PUBLISHED: 11:14 08 August 2018 | UPDATED: 11:14 08 August 2018
The Crowthers team outside the new office
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Were you one of the guests that celebrated the opening of Crowther’s new office in Cheltenham? If so, you could be in our social photos
Accountancy firm Crowthers celebrated the opening of its new offices in Cheltenham. Led by R&D tax relief expert Sara Crowther, it is the third office for the company. Already serving clients in Pershore and Ledbury, the move to St George’s Road represents the practice’s first step into Gloucestershire.
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Mandy Ackrill and Paul Dally from Handelsbanken Mark Carter from Harrison Clark Rickerbys and Richard Neale from Lloyds Bank Nicole Archer from Cotswold Life and Trula Brunsdon from Sherbornes The Crowthers team outside the new office Toby Holt from TRI Group and Kate Icke from Icke & Co Richard Greasby from Butler Sherborne from Robin Beckley from Willins Solicitors Mark Carter from Harrison Clark Rickerbys and Richard Neale from Lloyds Bank John Everitt and Coombes Everitt Architects and Imdaad Sulaiman from Converse Law Bonnie Connolly from Arubus Accountants, Harry Pontifex from Spa Chartered Surveyors and Andrew Aylesbury from Duku Design John Rathbone from Hughs Paddison and Robert Games from Albright IP William Stebbings from Sherbornes and Simon Pontifex and Spa Chartered Accountants Paul Butler from Rotec Engineering and Peter Doggett from Vistage Barney Bamford from Bamford Wealth Management, Victoria Knight from Knight Read Solicitors and Frank Smith from Frank Smith and Co Solicitors Charlotte Clark from Crowthers and Helen Farley-Higgs from Brewin Dolphin Phil Mitchell from Harbour Key and Jennifer Allen from Hughes Paddison Bruce Fenley and Simon McKeag from ASH Chartered Surveyors , Ian Eggleton from Evans Jones Surveyors and Planners and Paul Engelbrecht from Hughes Paddison Solicitors