September 19th, 2017
Prosser Knowles Associates 30th Anniversary & New Office Open Day
As Prosser Knowles celebrates its 30th anniversary we have simultaneously relocated our head office from Church Street in Kidderminster town centre to new premises on Hartlebury Trading Estate. The shift comes at a time when the company is thriving and has subsequently outgrown the well-known and beloved listed building where the founders Ken Prosser and June Knowles first opened the doors back in 1987. The new offices provide us with more space, modern facilities and parking in a central and easy to access location.
As a company, we continue to pride ourselves on giving tailored advice to each and every one of our clients as we value the importance that ‘no one size fits all’ and each person has an individual set of circumstances.
You can now find us at Unit 69, Hartlebury Trading Estate, Hartlebury, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY10 4JB.
We invite you to join us at our free open day event for coffee, cake and a chat on Friday 13th October 2017. Our doors will be open from 8.45am to 6pm and there is free parking at the front of the office and on the nearby overflow car park. If you would like to attend please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01562 829 222.
We are the last building on the estate, or the first depending on how you look at it! It’s a 2 minute walk from Hartlebury train station and a 5 mile drive from Kidderminster town centre directly off the A449 dual carriageway. We are also able to visit you at your home or workplace for a consultation, whichever is more convenient for you.
If you would like to discuss your current financial needs, we offer a complimentary initial consultation. Please click here to request a call back from one of our Advisers.
Written by: Rachel Robb – Trainee Financial Planning Consultant, Prosser Knowles Associates Limited
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