Third National Lockdown, we’re here to help

Following guidance issued by HM Government relating to the third lockdown we have made some adjustments to how our team is working.

These adjustments have included closing both of our offices in Lincoln and Market Rasen. To ensure that we can still support you throughout this period we have a small skeleton team at both offices making sure that post and other deliveries still move to the right person.

We are keeping in touch with clients by telephone, email and video-conferencing. All of our team working from home are accessible in the normal way.

We are also able to arrange for the collection or delivery of documents by appointment from both offices so please call us to arrange.

Our priority is to support our clients through this challenging time and we would encourage you to contact us, through your usual contact, to talk through any concerns you have. You might think they are small but if they are on your mind pick up the phone and we’ll help.

We have updated our blog with the latest guidance so please take time to read through if you want some general guidance. It can by found by clicking here.

We will continue to update you as the lockdown unfolds over the next few weeks and hope to see you all very soon.

From Apprentice of the Year to Chartered Accountant

Congratulations to Aimee Harrison on passing all her ICAEW exams. Having decided on a career as an Accountant, Aimee started studying at home and passed her level 2 and 3 AAT exams.  In June 2016 Aimee joined Nicholsons through the apprenticeship scheme run by Lincoln College and in 2017 became Apprentice of the year at the Lincolnshire Business Awards.

“Aimee has shown a huge amount of dedication over the last four years and we are delighted to see Aimee progress to become a member of the ICAEW” said Richard Hallsworth, Director. 

Aimee said “I am really pleased to have passed my final exams and am looking forward to developing my career as a Chartered Accountant. It has been a whirlwind of a few years but I am glad to be putting the books away for a few months whilst I plot what’s next”