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Nailsea accountancy firm merges with another North Somerset company

PUBLISHED: 15:52 09 November 2017 | UPDATED: 19:00 09 November 2017

Anthony Smith and Della Hudson.

Anthony Smith and Della Hudson.

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A Nailsea-based accountancy firm has merged with another North Somerset company.

Hudson Business Accounts and Advisers, based in Crown Glass Place, has combined with a company in Worle.

Della Hudson, who started Hudsons, will continue as a consultant for Anthony Smith and Co.

The firm has 15 members of staff and two partners.

Della, who has been a chartered accountant for more than 20 years, will be working on a book to help people grow their business alongside her consultancy role.

She said: “Anthony and his team will enhance our business advice services with their qualifications and his industry experience.

“I will be around in a consultancy role and I’m also looking forward to working on my long-awaited business book.”

Anthony Smith said clients would not see any changes.

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