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New Head of Bookkeeping for Greaves West & Ayre

Greaves West & Ayre chartered accountants is delighted to welcome a new senior member of staff. Wendy Strathdee has joined the firm as Head of Bookkeeping. In this newly created position Wendy heads up a team of seven staff who deal with all bookkeeping matters including the preparation of VAT returns. As well as day […]

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GWA Indoor Rowing Challenge for Cancer Research

Financial adviser Mark Harrison recently organised a staff rowing competition to raise cash for Cancer Research. The competition, which was part of the ‘Great British Rowing Challenge’, was to see who could row the furthest distance over a period of 2 minutes on a Concept 2 Rowing machine which Mark brought into the Berwick-upon-Tweed office […]

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Next generation of the Ayre family joins partnership

Greaves West & Ayre is delighted to announce the appointment of Richard Ayre as partner from 1st April 2017. Richard is the fourth generation of Ayres at the helm of the chartered accountancy firm which was established by his great grandfather in 1919. He joined Greaves West and Ayre in 2005, qualifying as an Accounting […]

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Future of farming under the spotlight

The opportunities and threats facing the UK’s farming economy in a post-brexit world was a key topic of discussion at a recent seminar attended by local farmers, landowners and rural professionals this week. The breakfast seminar was hosted jointly by property specialists Savills and accountants Greave West & Ayre at GWA’s new premises in Berwick […]

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Our Interpretation of the Spring Budget

Philip Hammond delivered what would be the last spring budget on 8 March 2017. This budget held few tax announcements, and we have summarised below what we believe to be the highlights. Many of the details are still to be set out in the coming weeks and as the exact tax implications will always be […]

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