Thorne Widgery trainee takes top prize at regional training awards
Our trainee accountant Ben Morgan was presented with the Excellence in Accountancy Award Herefordshire Group Training Association (HGTA) Apprentice Achievements Awards 2019 for his excellent work and dedication to his career development.
Employed and trained by us, Ben has worked hard to achieve fantastic results and is truly passionate about helping clients.
HGTA – a leading provider of training – selected our trainee for “his commitment and focus to the workplace and his professional development”.
Watch our video here showcasing our apprentice, Ben Morgan. Winner of the HWGTA Excellence in Accountancy award.
Daniel Crowther has been named as Practice Pioneer of the Year at the 2019 Accounting Excellence Awards
Our CEO, Daniel Crowther, has been named Practice Pioneer of the Year by the judges at these prestigious awards for his ongoing commitment to innovation and his leadership during the launch of our office in Ludlow.
The rigorous judging process for the award saw Daniel nominated by one of his colleagues at Thorne Widgery and the award holds him out as a leading figure in the UK’s accountancy industry.
Thorne Widgery shortlisted at Herefordshire Business Awards for its innovative approach
Leading accountancy firm Thorne Widgery has been announced as one of the finalists at this year’s Herefordshire Business Awards.
Highly commended by judges for its use of technology, Thorne Widgery has been selected for the Business Innovation of the year 2019 award.
The team will find out if it has won at an event on 25 October 2019 at the Three Counties Hotel in Hereford.
Judges select Thorne Widgery as finalists at 2019 British Accountancy awards
Thorne Widgery was shortlisted in the Independent Firm of the Year Midlands and Wales at the prestigious British Accountancy Awards.
The finals are due to be held on 25 September at Grosvenor House in Park Lane, London.
Accounting Excellence Awards 2019 shortlist Thorne Widgery for two categories
Thorne Widgery was recognised in final shortlist for the 2019 Accounting Excellence awards in the Innovative Firm of the Year and Practice Pioneer individual award for Director Daniel Crowther.
The team are due to find out if they have won at a glamorous awards evening hosted in London on 12 September 2019.
Thorne Widgery recognised for its brand building at British Accounting Marketing Awards
Thorne Widgery was celebrated for its work building its brand, particularly at its office in Ludlow, by the judges at the British Accounting Marketing Awards in May 2019.
Held at Accountex and presented to the team in front of hundreds of their peers, the awards recognise those firms who are doing the most to market their services and promote a positive vision of the profession.
Herefordshire Business Awards 2018 names Thorne Widgery as finalists
In September 2018, Thorne Widgery celebrated being named as a finalist at the Herefordshire Business Awards.
Shortlisted in the Professional Services Business of the Year category, we were shortlisted by the judges for our forward-thinking approach and delivery of high-quality services to clients.
Thorne Widgery declared winners at British Accountancy Awards
We were awarded the Xero Small Practice Innovation of the Year Award at the 2018 British Accountancy Awards.
Organised by leading publication Accountancy Age, the awards are held each year to recognise the UK’s top firms.
This prestigious accolade was presented to us in honour of our revolutionary X for Education (XfE) solution for schools and academies.
Regional training awards recognise up-and-coming accountant
Harvey Lewis, one of our accounts trainees, was honoured at the Herefordshire Group Training Association (HGTA) Apprentice Achievements Awards 2017.
Employed and trained by us, Harvey came away from the award’s night having won the Excellence in Accountancy Award.
HGTA – a leading provider of training – selected our young trainee for his commitment to his studies and dedication to clients.
Harvey had only been with us for just over a year when he won, having joined the firm straight from Ayelstone School at the age of 16 – two years younger than most accountancy apprentices.
Thorne Widgery win regional training prize
We were named Apprentice Employer of the Year 2016 by a prestigious regional organisation.
Herefordshire Worcestershire Group Training Association (HWGTA), a leading provider of training in the two counties, selected our firm for its ongoing commitment to support apprentices entering the tax and accountancy profession.
Chamber of Commerce shortlists Thorne Widgery for innovation award
We were named as finalists at the Hereford and Worcester Chamber of Commerce Awards 2017.
Based on our ground breaking “XfE” software initiative, our firm was selected for the Excellence in Innovation Award, which recognises the region’s most innovative businesses.
Stephen Smallwood, Managing Director at Thorne Widgery, said: “We really were absolutely delighted to have been selected as a finalist at the Hereford and Worcester Chamber of Commerce Awards 2017, especially as you don’t often see the words “accountants” and “innovative” in the same sentence!”
Thorne Widgery – winner of Xero’s “Accounting Partner of the Year” award for England West 2015
As one of, if not THE fastest growing accounting software packages in the UK, any award from Xero is not to be sniffed at and so to win their “Accounting Partner of the Year” award for England West in 2015 was a real feather in our cap.
To be recognised by a business that has itself made huge progress in recent years by giving its customers what they want – something that makes running a business so much easier – we think this award was a reflection of our efforts to deliver relevant, proactive customer service.
We think Xero is a brilliant tool for helping business owners run their own businesses more effectively (so much so we use it ourselves) – but when we take the functionality of Xero (and their add on partners) and combine it with our own proactive approach to business advice and tax planning, we think the combination is difficult to beat.
Needless to say we are going to rest on our laurels – to us winning the award simply meant we were on the right track – and hasn’t stopped us trying even harder to deliver an even better service.