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Helping businesses and individuals across Shropshire and Mid Wales
Caerwyn Jones is a modern and proactive firm of Chartered Accountants with offices in Shrewsbury, Welshpool and Knighton.
Our clients benefit from a quality service and a high standard of client care. By establishing close long-term relationships we help our clients achieve their ambitions and financial goals.
To arrange a free initial consultation and to find out more about how we can help you please contact Caerwyn Jones in Shrewsbury
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Caerwyn Jones Chartered Accountants was established in the heart of Shrewsbury in 1966. The company has grown over the years and now comprises four partners, two managers and around 20 other full and part-time staff.
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