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Based in Swindon - we set up in 1985, and we became Chartered Accountants in 2007. We provide Tax and Accountancy services for local businesses - working with all kinds of businesses to give them cost effective Tax and Accountancy advice - while helping them to grow.
SinceÊ1995 we have also worked withÊFreelance ContractorsÊwho are based throughout the UK and fromÊall industry sectors. We have a wealth of experience in all aspects of this specialist area, including IR35.ÊTo date we have never lost any challenge by HM Revenue & Customs that we have defended.
At Aspire, we provide individually tailored tuition to suit your childÕs requirements and aim to provide a pathway to success.
Our fully qualified teaching staff tutor children from primary age, usually starting when the child is around seven years old, to A-Level students from our dedicated teaching centre in West Swindon.
Tuition sessions at Aspire are 80 minutes long. Each session will include a variety of different activities and ways of learning so each child gets the most out of each session.
South Marston Park,
With over 95 years' experience, Barnes Coaches are the largest and most modern coach operator in the area. We have a full range of vehicles from 8 to 100 seats and can cater for any requirement. We specialise in a wide variety of areas offering Coach Hire, Holidays, Day Trips, Theatres and Concerts.
Barnes Coaches will be celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2020.
1-3 Bath Road
Established nearly 100 years ago, we have built up an enviable reputation of supplying a wide range of fine English shoes andÊaccessoriesÊto customers with theÊmost discerning of tastes. We'd love to see you at our store located in the heart of Old Town, Swindon. Don't hesitate to get in touch if there's anything at all we can help you with.
The Ridge, Blunsdon,
Blunsdon HouseÊHotel in SwindonÊis a unique four star family owned hotel in Wiltshire situated on the edge of the Cotswolds, close to the M4, M5 and easily accessible by rail from London and Bristol. There are 108 comfortable bedrooms, 2 restaurants, 3 bars, 11 meeting rooms and Leisure Club with indoor pool and 9 hole par 3 golf course makingÊ Blunsdon HouseÊHotel in SwindonÊa popular choice of hotel with people travelling on business, families or couples wanting a short break.
Welcome to a real English country pub
At the Carpenter’s Arms, we have a warm welcome and a roaring fire, great local beers and belly-filling food. In fact, everything you could want from a traditional English country pub.
With beautiful walks nearby and a dog-friendly bar, we’re ideal for walkers and anyone visiting this iconic landscape (we even have parking for caravans).
Business travellers are a few minutes away from Swindon’s industries, including Honda UK, and the M4.
Cirencester College is a sixth form college with its main campus situated on the outskirts of Cirencester, Gloucestershire. Cirencester College gained its Sixth Form status in November 2011, twenty years after the college first opened.
Here at The Conservatory Centre, we offer the best quality frames available on the market at the best possible value. In these frames we offer the best in LOW E glass, this glass along with our frames ensuring that you the customer get great value while helping to keep your energy bills low, by keeping the cold on the outside while the glass and frames insulate you keeping you warm.
The building works for all our conservatories are built with brick and mortar to building regulations which include insulation in the floors and walls, not the prefabricated DIY style bases that is available out there. Our conservatories really are all year round rooms, staying comfortable during the summer, and providing you have heating, comfortable during the winter.
When my father started the Park in 1970 at Bradwell Grove, his family home, he hoped to give new life to a house and park that he loved, and to share with as many people as possible his enduring interest in nature.
Over forty years later, I am delighted to welcome you to what is now one of the UK’s largest zoological collections and most exciting gardens. Millions of visitors in that time have discovered here the beauty and diversity of the natural world.
The Park relies totally on our visitors and receives no outside help from any other sources, so your visit is vital to all the staff and the animals here. It also enables us to support a thriving education programme, numerous endangered species breeding programmes and several vital conservation projects in the wild.