Partnership Changes at Barrons

We would like to advise you of a couple of changes that have been made to the Barrons Partnership structure with effect from 30th April 2011.

Firstly, following a planned period of semi-retirement, Lyn Watson has now fully retired and has ceased to be a Partner of the Practice.  Lyn will continue to offer support to the Partners, to ensure a smooth transition of client matters and, obviously, we are very grateful for his commitment to continuing to support the Practice into the future.  I am sure you will all join us in wishing Lyn a very happy, healthy and long retirement and in thanking him for all his valued efforts over the years.

Simultaneously, we are delighted to advise that Russell Tillbrook has become a Partner of the Practice directly as a result of his sterling efforts in recent years in supporting the Partners and, in particular, Lyn in his semi-retirement role.

We trust that we can continue to rely upon your valued support into the future and should you have any queries regarding the foregoing, please do not hesitate to contact one of the Partners at your convenience.  We are committed to trying to improve upon existing service levels and value for the customer base and we hope that we are able to demonstrate this to you in the coming months.

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