Chairman of Three Rivers District Council visits Mercer & Hole’s Rickmansworth office
Councillor Andrew Scarth, Chairman of Three Rivers District Council paid a visit to Mercer & Hole Chartered Accountants’ Rickmansworth office on 23 March.
Councillor Scarth had requested to meet with local businesses to fly the flag for Three Rivers District Council and to find out more about the motivators for businesses operating in the area, in this case Rickmansworth. He spent an hour meeting General Practice Partners, David Jones, Mark Cassidy and Sandy Bell, and Audit Director Jolene Upshall.
During the meeting Councillor Scarth and the Mercer & Hole team discussed the merger of Day, Smith & Hunter with Mercer & Hole and issues relating to local government. Councillor Scarth also provided information on his forthcoming Civic Reception which will honour the work of volunteers at Sandy Lodge Gold Club on 22 April and for which Mercer & Hole are proud to be a sponsor.
left to right: Sandy Bell, Andrew Scarth, Jolene Upshall and Mark Cassidy
Date: 30th March, 2017
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