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Corporate partnership is launched

WR Partners, a firm of accountants, business advisers and tax specialists, has announced the launch of their corporate partnership with Bolesworth - a renowned historic estate in Cheshire.

The firm has become the official accountancy partner associated with Bolesworth, and a series of focused business events in June 2024 will give WR Partners the chance to connect with local businesses, including Bolesworth’s business tenants, in order to build a strategic relationship with Bolesworth that promises enhanced financial support and expertise.

With a strong team of over 200 professionals, WR Partners are keen to work collaboratively with local business owners and individuals to protect their wealth.

Bolesworth Estate has long been a visitor destination in Cheshire, offering a wide range of events and attractions, including World Class equestrian competitions, live music and live motorsport events.  The Estate also acts as an exclusive venue for corporate activations and private events, as well as large public events and family-focused festivals.

"We are thrilled to deepen our relationship with Bolesworth Estate and take on the role of the official accountancy partner associated with the Estate and Bolesworth Events," said Helen Spencer, managing partner of WR Partners.

"Bolesworth Estate is not only a jewel in the Cheshire landscape but also a vital contributor to the local community and the broader region. We look forward to working closely with the team to help strengthen their financial offering and ensure long-term sustainability.

Nina Barbour, MD and owner of Bolesworth said, “We are delighted to be working with the team from WR Partners and are happy that they have joined us as our official accountancy partner associated with the Estate and the events that we run here at Bolesworth.  We look forward to work with them to strengthen their presence in the North West.”