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We believe it is only a matter of time, rather than if, the UK enters some form of lockdown to reduce the growth in the spread of coronavirus COVID-19.

Many of our clients are “vulnerable” and we’ve already received news of the first confirmed client case of COVID19 (get well soon!!).

We’ve therefore decided to implement our business resilience plan and will cease conducting face2face meetings.

Accessing post at either our Registered Office or Head Office will be restricted, so please send any snail-mail we need to see to our Admin Centre at PO Box 899, Sowerby Bridge, HX1 9UU as our Business Resilience plan allows for mail to continue to be received and directed to the right members of the team.

We will remain available to help and support our clients by telephone, email and video-conferencing.

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