Meet Us

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Samantha Jack

FCCA MAAT/Director

Sam is the kindest person in the office and has the fun job of managing the accountants. Sam has a dog which has the urge to eat things it shouldn’t, usually a pair of socks!

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Caroline Baldry

MAAT | Accountant

If you’re ever in doubt Caroline is our happy to help Nellie the elephant who never forgets. Likes a caramel latte preferably with cake!

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Christian Holley

BA Hons | Accountant

Christian has gone from impoverished student to owner of a status symbol car in the blink of an eye. He signed the contract before he had even received his first pay cheque.

Ben Sicorello

Trainee Accountant

Ben’s full name is Benito Vincenzo Sicorello. If that isn’t Italian enough he consumes so much pizza he has tomato sauce running through his veins. Ben is the youngest of the team, joining us at 16. Teaching the ‘oldies’ how to be down with the kids. Enjoys a Nando’s with his mates, in-between studying for his AAT qualification.

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James Robinson

Marketing & Admin Manager

James is our very own ‘Chris Froome’ – mad on cycling. How we laugh at his tan lines after he has been out on this bike all weekend!

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Jan Masters

Bookkeeper

Jan has always “gorra lorra work” on! She has been the office matriarch for 13 years but has always been in her mid forties!

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John Samarakone

Management Accountant

Not only did John’s family name him John to ensure he would be able to get a job in the UK, they also gave him the middle name Norbert to balance things out. John enjoys funky socks and making his twice daily sandwiches. He has a limited edition 2002 Vauxhall Corsa with a fixed racing seat that he regularly attends client visits in.

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Julie Graham

MAAT | Accountant

Julie is our resident thespian appearing in all manner of productions from Calendar girls to Cinderella. She also owns a watch to match her every outfit!

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Karen Gristwood

PA/Admin Assistant

Karen is Dr. Dolittle, if there is ever an animal in distress, she is there to rescue it. She spent 20 minutes once to save a bee.  We quite often hear her squawking and squealing only to realise she is talking to birds and gets us all to spend tuppence a day!

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Kim Cooper

Administrator

Kim has recently purchased a Vespa and a Chug (dog). She plans to travel the country on her new scooter with the tiny dog in a special sling.

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Laura West

Bookkeeper

Laura’s standards for a cuppa are so high not even she can achieve them.

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Louise Bosher

Accounts Assistant

Louise our Sporty Spice – loves cycling, running and swimming. She also likes frothy coffee.

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Lucy Underwood

ACCA | Senior Accountant

Lucy has been accounting for 8 years and during that time became a mum. The baby brain set in well before then as she thought America was in Europe -stick to the number crunching Lucy.

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Magda Wojtowicz

Bookkeeper

Magda is originally from Radom, Poland and moved to the UK in 2008. Poles have remarkable work ethic and as the Polish saying goes: ‘No work, no cake.’ Luckily Magda does not feel guilty about any pleasures because she has never said no to cake!

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Melissa Foxon

AAT | Accountant

Melissa is a zumbaholic. Hooting & hollering, shaking and shimmying; roll on the Christmas party!

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Naomi Higgs

Payroll Assistant

Naomi enjoys organising children’s fund raiser events and also prefers to be called Nay. She would be perfect for the horse in the children’s Christmas panto!

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Sammie Jewell

Payroll Assistant

Sammie is still a teenager but not for much longer. She will have to kick those teenage habits of mad spontaneous excursions and spending sprees when she hits 20. We wait for her tales of silly antics every Monday.

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Trina Armiger

Payroll Manager

Trina is the crazy chicken lady who never stops laughing. She loves yoga but is mindful that even after a few glasses of wine some poses are still impossible.

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Wendy Tyler

BA Hons MAAT | Bookkeeper

Wendy is learning to speak Italian and to sail in Croatia – is May Day the same in every language?