Royston-based accountancy firm celebrates 20 years

PUBLISHED: 12:01 02 December 2018

John Froggett is celebrating 20 years of his business, The Accountancy Practice, in Royston. Picture: Helen Meissner

John Froggett is celebrating 20 years of his business, The Accountancy Practice, in Royston. Picture: Helen Meissner

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A Royston-based family business is celebrating its 20th anniversary.

John Froggett is celebrating 20 years of his business, The Accountancy Practice, in Royston. Picture: Helen MeissnerJohn Froggett is celebrating 20 years of his business, The Accountancy Practice, in Royston. Picture: Helen Meissner

A Royston-based family business is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a celebration in the town on Wednesday next week.

Two decades ago, John Froggett left what he described as the “corporate jungle” to become a self-employed accountant.

John Froggett with his family. Picture: Helen MeissnerJohn Froggett with his family. Picture: Helen Meissner

Now based in Royston, archetypal family business The Accountancy Practice has employed almost all of John’s immediate family at one time or other, including his two sons David and Adam.

John said: “We’re expanding, acquiring small accountancy businesses and are amalgamating a bookkeeping business.

“I am told I don’t really fit the mould! Perhaps it’s volunteering for Samaritans, running meditation classes or my tattoos? But our mission is for The Accountancy Practice to offer an accessible, approachable service for small and medium-sized businesses.’

Clients and friends are invited to raise a celebratory glass at 41 High Street in Royston from 12 noon until 7pm to mark the occasion.

For more on the firm go to www.theaccountancypractice.com.

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