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Lovewell Blake

Client since 2013

Newman Associates provides PR support to two of Lovewell Blake’s specialist sector teams.

The Food and Drink Team offers a range of specialist services to artisan producers, vertically-integrating agricultural businesses, wholesale distributors and brokers, and service businesses such as packaging, processing and distribution.  

Lovewell Blake’s Holiday Parks Team draws on the firm’s existing expertise in the tourism, hospitality and agricultural sectors, as well as its recognised specialism in family businesses.  It offers a range of bespoke services aimed at supporting the region’s many such businesses to prosper and grow.

Client News

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LOVEWELL BLAKE ANNOUNCES TWO PROMOTIONS AT ITS NORWICH OFFICE

17th Jan 2022

Chartered accountants Lovewell Blake has announced two promotions at its Norwich office,  in the firm’s HR and Audit departments.

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Lovewell Blake Aylsham team pictured outside the firms new office in the town

LOVEWELL BLAKE OPENS NEW OFFICE IN AYLSHAM, SIGNALLING EXPANSION IN NORTH NORFOLK

10th Jan 2022

A leading regional firm of chartered accountants has opened a high-profile full-time office in Aylsham, as part of a move...

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James Shipp Partner at accountants Lovewell Blake

LEADING HOSPITALITY AND LEISURE EXPERT WELCOMES SUPPORT ANNOUNCED TODAY, BUT WARNS OF FURTHER UNCERTAINTY

21st Dec 2021

A leading hospitality and leisure specialist accountant has welcomed the support announced today for hospitality and leisure businesses facing the...

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Best Employers Gold Award 2021

LOVEWELL BLAKE STRIKES GOLD IN BEST EMPLOYERS AWARDS

2nd Dec 2021

A leading accountancy firm has been named one of the best employers in the Eastern Region, achieving Gold accreditation in...

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Stephen Metcalf of Lovewell Blake Financial Planning

TRUSTEES WARNED THEY FACE PENALTIES IF THEY MISS NEW REGISTRATION DEADLINE

15th Nov 2021

Non tax-paying trusts which have up until now been exempt from registering with the Trust Registration Service are being warned...

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LOVEWELL BLAKE CARRIES OFF MAJOR RURAL BUSINESS AWARD

10th Nov 2021

A regional firm of chartered accountants which has a leading team of rural and agricultural specialists has been named one...

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2021 TRAINEE INTAKE WELCOMED AT LOVEWELL BLAKE

26th Oct 2021

Fourteen trainees have been welcomed at the Norwich office of chartered accountants and financial planners Lovewell Blake, part of a...

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LOVEWELL BLAKE APPOINTS NEW PARTNER

18th Oct 2021

Chartered accountants Lovewell Blake have appointed Matthew Waters as a partner.

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FARMERS’ EVENING WILL OUTLINE OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED BY NET ZERO TRANSITION

5th Oct 2021

The NFU’s leading renewable energy expert will be outlining the opportunities for agriculture as the nation transitions to ‘net zero’,...

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LOVEWELL BLAKE ANNOUNCES NEW MANAGING PARTNER

3rd Oct 2021

Chartered accountants Lovewell Blake have appointed Kevin Bunting as managing partner, replacing Colin Fish, who is stepping down after six...

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LB150 presentation to Kingfisher Boxing Club

CHARITIES AND VOLUNTARY GROUPS URGED TO APPLY FOR SHARE OF CASH WINDFALL

26th Aug 2021

Community groups and local charities across Norfolk, Suffolk and East Cambridgeshire are being given the chance to share in a...

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GYCC chairman Mark Chapman right and second team captain James Ludlam with one of the new sight screens

SUCCESS IN SIGHT FOR GREAT YARMOUTH CRICKET TEAM AFTER LOCAL FIRM OF ACCOUNTANTS STEPS IN TO OFFER SUPPORT

23rd Jul 2021

Batters at a Norfolk cricket club are not being distracted by movement behind the bowler’s arm this season, after a...

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