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Accountants help snake in the grass

AdderIt might be said that accountants are often employed to help out snakes, but rarely are they talking about real life reptiles.

But accountants Moore and Smalley have been called in to help get a business to teach people about snakes, spiders and all other sorts of scary creatures off the ground. The firm has been advising a company called Nightbreeds, which will be have a mobile zoo, educational workshops on the creepy crawlies and offer re-housing services.

TS wishes Nightbreeds well, but will be more than happy if the Lancashire-based business doesn’t become too successful and start plying its trade around the corner from TS towers. We can’t stand the horrible things.

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