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New Partner for Welshpool office

 
Created on 14/11/2010 @ 13:42
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An accountancy firm’s ambitious plans for its Welshpool office have been bolstered by the appointment of a new partner who hails from a well-known local farming family.
 
Karen Gittins-Jones (right) started working for Turner Peachey Chartered Accountants in the Welshpool office in 1999, becoming qualified in 2002, and has been promoted to Partner Level, working alongside the current resident Partner, Jon Ollier.
 
Karen comes from a strong farming background and her understanding of the local community has become an invaluable asset for the firm. As a Partner, she will play an enhanced role in influencing the approach of the Welshpool team.
 
Karen said: “We provide our clients with a professional and proactive service which is at the same time friendly and approachable. I really enjoy dealing with the taxation needs of clients and consistently achieving effective results. I am looking forward to my new role as a Partner, working alongside Jon and the Turner Peachey team in the talented Welshpool office.”
 
Karen lives in Castle Caereinion. Away from work she is a leader for Berriew Young Farmers’ Club and is currently helping with their 75th anniversary celebrations. She puts a great deal into the local community as a member of the Berriew Show Committee and through her involvement in the Montgomeryshire branch of the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institute (RABI).
 
Welshpool is one of five Turner Peachey offices located across Shropshire and Wales and looks after a wide range of clients from a variety of business sectors including agriculture, manufacturing, construction, retail and hospitality. Its’ client base stretches to West Wales.
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