Local chartered accountants, George Hay, recently celebrated the 25th Anniversary of the opening of their Huntingdon office, with a lunchtime reception at the Town Hall.
In doing so, the firm brought its audit, accountancy, taxation and business advisory services to ambitious businesses and individuals throughout Cambridgeshire and beyond.
In the years since, they have worked alongside numerous developing and fast-growing organisations – some of whom they have supported from inception, right through to the eventual sale of the business – and, in the process, they have fostered many great friendships.
John Bridge OBE DL, Chief Executive of Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce, was also in attendance and delivered a short speech in front of guests.
On attending the event, John said: “I was delighted to attend, to congratulate Barry, Toni and their team on this significant achievement and to explain how they have been able to convince me that “Tax is Fun”, through their ability to create strong, lasting personal relationships and with their exceptional technical expertise.”
Barry Jefferd, Tax Partner at George Hay, said: “Having been with George Hay for over 30 years and having played a key role in the establishment of the Huntingdon office, I am delighted to be celebrating its 25th Anniversary.”
“We are extremely proud to have maintained our position in the marketplace here for over two decades, the result of a lot of hard work, and to have supported so many other successful businesses with their ventures in this time.”
“We’d like to give thanks to all those who have contributed to our success, both clients and colleagues, and we look ahead to the next 25 years with great anticipation!”