Rachel Stansfield – 25 Years Anniversary

    Mark Fielding
    1st March 2017
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    Rachel Stansfield Celebrates her Silver Anniversary with Simpson Wood.


    1992 was the dawn of a new era, the first ever text message was sent, Ab Fab debuted on our televisions and Rachel joined the team here at Simpson Wood.


    Rachel started in the office on the 1st of March 1992 as an accounts assistant, working alongside a number of staff whose tools consisted of pen, paper and a comptometer or calculator if you were lucky. She has now settled in permanent residence with Trevor and one of our Juniors, Ryan. Rachel is now one of our Accounts Clerks whose job entails preparing clients’ accounts and VAT returns along with the bookkeeping/Sage work for some clients.


    For all the years of hard work, Rachel was given a Pandora charm necklace meaning that no one needs to struggle with Christmas and Birthday presents for many years to come. Her comments to one of the younger members of staff in the room were “it will happen sooner than you think!”


    Congratulations to Rachel, on an impressive milestone from all at Simpson Wood. 

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