PracticeAccounting FirmsStubbs Parkin South moves in Whitchurch

Stubbs Parkin South moves in Whitchurch

Firm retains its 50 year Whitchurch connections despite move

Stubbs Parkin
South
is retaining its Whitchurch connections despite moving
office.

The firm will retain its 50 year connection with the town, moving to The
Manse, Dodington from its current site in St Mary’s Street.

“This move represents a substantial investment and commits us to Whitchurch.
We felt it was important to stay in the town but at the same time provide better
facilities for our clients,” said senior partner John Birtles.

The Shropshire-based firm will maintain its offices in Market Drayton and
Wem.

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