Rennie Welch – Kelso, Roxburghshire, The Borders

Rennie Welch are a firm of  Accountants in Kelso, in the borders of Scotland who have clients across The Borders that are able to trace their history for more than 85 years.

Throughout its history, the firm has aimed to serve the accounting, auditing and taxation needs of all aspects of the business community in the Borders and as such has developed a wide expertise in retailing, manufacturing, hotel and catering and the service industries.  By virtue of its location Rennie Welch has always had a major specialism in agricultural accounting and taxation matters, which has been carefully developed by former partners such as Stewart Aitchison, John Stenhouse and John Aitken and is now carried on with equal enthusiasm by the current Partners and staff.

Shirley Hollis – Salisbury, Wiltshire

Shirley Hollis is an Accountant based in Salisbury, Wiltshire offering accounts, tax and business advice services to a wide range of businesses and individuals throughout the local area.

Shirley fosters a close professional relationship with her clients who have included sole traders, partnerships,  owner managed businesses and larger corporate entities within most industry sectors, including construction, agriculture, retail, manufacturing and professional services. With a wealth of experience she adopts a hands-on approach to providing business support to her clients through effective business management, future strategy and tax planning, in order to assist them to realise their commercial and personal aspirations.

Bridge House Accountants – Sheffield, South Yorkshire

 Bridge House Accountants is a firm of Accountants in Sheffield offering a wide range of accounts, taxation and business advisory and support services to a wide range of businesses and individuals in the South Yorkshire area.

By using CIMA and CA qualified accountants BHA allow you to get more than the average accountant can offer you including more management accounting, more business strategy, more financial strategy – all the components everyone needs for a successful business relationship.

Charterhouse (Accountants) LLP – Harrow, Middlesex and Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire

Charterhouse Accountants are an independent, five partner, firm of Chartered Accountants with offices in Harrow and Beaconsfield that have been established for over 35 years and have clients made up of a wide variety of small and large companies, owner managed businesses and high net-worth individuals and families.

In addition to the normal accountancy and tax services that all accountants offer, Charterhouse also provide HR advice and have a qualified Trust and Estate Practitioner (TEP) who is able to provide a comprehensive bespoke will writing service taking into account Estate and Inheritance Tax planning as well as advising on and preparing Lasting Powers of Attorney for clients.


McKeague Morgan & Company – Belfast, Northern Ireland

McKeague Morgan & Company, established in 1987, is a dynamic, client focused firm of Chartered Accountants in Belfast whose aim is to provide clients with high quality services and products appropriate to their needs.  The three partners and the senior management are closely involved in all aspects of their services and are committed to responding quickly to clients’ requirements with superior solutions.

McKeague Morgan also offers specialist insolvency and forensic accounting services. These tend to be one-off assignments and in the past 20 years the firm has experience in carrying out a wide range of work in these areas.

Honey Barrett – Bexhill, Eastbourne, Wadhurst, East Sussex

Honey Barrett Ltd are a firm of Chartered Accountants in East Sussex with offices in Bexhill, Eastbourne and Wadhurst and clients across Sussex and the South East.

In addition to the normal accountancy services provided by many firms of accountants Honey Barrett have been looking after doctors including GPs, hospital doctors and consultants, for many years, developing and growing the service to match the ever-changing needs of the medical profession. As founder members of aisma (the association of independent medical practitioners) they are closely involved in the administration of the association.  This meant that they have access to other specialists to ensure that they can continue to provide the up to date accountancy services that the medical profession require.