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Howzat? Charity is the winner at Cricket Dinner

More than 80 guests turned out for our charity dinner in the company of two well-known faces from the world of UK cricket, Graham Gooch and Simon Hughes...


Make the most of your woodland

Shropshire farmers find out that woodland areas on their land can be extremely profitable...


Three familiar faces return to Dyke Yaxley

Dyke Yaxley has welcomed back three familiar faces to the company after they rejoined on a full time basis...


Andrew Thomas joins the Agriculture team

Meet our new client manager who will specialise in working with companies in the agriculture industry...


Seven is our lucky number!!

Seven new trainees have taken their first steps towards a career in accountancy by joining our in-house two-year training programme, on completion of the programme the trainees will move forward and study for formal accountancy qualifications...


Retirement? No thanks.....we're too busy!

Don't try to sideline your oldest and most experienced members of staff - because they could be a pivotal part of your business for a lot longer than you expect...


Charity cakes are a tasty success

Our tasty cake sale raised over £130 for The Harry Johnson Trust and the Shropshire Branch of the Motor Neurone Disease Association ...


Nasty shock on the cards

Shareholders who receive significant income from their investment dividends could be in for a nasty shock when new rules come into effect next year...


Are you prepared for care costs?

Anyone planning to retire soon should be prepared to look at taking a flexible approach to their money as research shows that care costs are higher than the average person's pension pot...


Lifting restrictions is good news

Moves to ban anti-invoice finance terms in business contracts due to come into force early next year is good news for small businesses...


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