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Stroud Times joins forces with leading accountancy firm Randall & Payne

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Stroud Times is delighted to announce an advertising partnership with leading accountancy firm Randall & Payne.

Currently toasting their 145th anniversary, Randall & Payne boasts a rich history. Founded by John Randall and George Payne in 1879, the original office was located under the arches by the old Stroud Brewery, now the site of Ecotricity. 

In 1965, the firm moved to historic Rodborough Court. Fast-forward to 2013, Randall & Payne merged  their four offices into its current location,  Chargrove House, just on the outskirts of Cheltenham.

Watch Stroud Times’ Faye Hatcher talk to Tim Watkins, Randall & Payne managing partner

Randall & Payne offer a full range of services, from audit, accounts and bookkeeping, tax, to corporate finance, business advisory and payroll. The team get to know their clients to understand what success looks like and work with them to make this a reality, which is reflected in their strapline: ‘We make your success our priority’.

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Business partnership: Tim Watkins and Faye Hatcher

Randall & Payne is embedded in the Stroud District as Tim Watkins, managing partner, explained: “We regard Stroud as our spiritual home and we’re delighted to work with another business from Stroud and be able to make a bit of noise in that part of the county.”

On the link up with Randall & Payne, Stroud Times co-founder and editor Ash Loveridge welcomed the collaboration: “We’re excited to become an advertising partner for such a prestigious firm.

“Our partnership will help promote and showcase what Randall & Payne can offer to our expanding digital audience, through our media platforms.”

For more information on the services Randall & Payne offers, visitwww.randall-payne.co.uk/

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