McGills continues to evolve, using the latest remote access technology to help clients. However, some things remain the same – the firm still pledges to deliver straight talking, no nonsense advice, helping our clients to save time, money and tax.
McGills acquires Mitchell & Sarjent in Fairford. The acquisition means we now have offices in Cirencester, Malmesbury and Fairford, enabling us to serve clients from across Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. The new McGills Fairford location at 3 Market Place, is the former office of Mitchell & Sarjent, following the retirement of their Principal, Rebecca Sarjent after more than 25 years at the helm of the business.
The circle is completed when McGills purchases Oakley House from the estate of John McGill and from John Moules who is thankfully still with us. Since that time the opportunity has been taken to modernize the building – a journey which is still continuing.
McGills celebrates its 50 year anniversary. A Bedouin style marquee is erected in the grounds of Oakley House and the team are joined by clients, local businesses and former partner, John Moules, who has maintained strong links with the firm since his retirement.
John McGill joins Curtis Jennings and Cornwall in Bristol and sets up their Cirencester branch. A few years later the firm is taken over by a larger firm of accountants who declare that the Cirencester office does not form part of their future plans.
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