NEWS FROM COUNTY FINANCIAL
I run so they can walk
On the 26th April 2020 Andy Hounsell will be taking part in the London Marathon and hopes to complete it within 3.5 hours!
He was approached by ROPE, a Buckinghamshire based international development charity, offering this place and with it, the chance to help children in Kenya who suffer from club feet. The following video provides an insight into Andy's motivation to train hard and raise money for these disadvantaged and ostracised children.
County Financial Ltd features in The Parliamentary Review Finance Publication.
In February 2018, County Financial was approached by The Parliamentary Review Board to ask if we would consider being involved in their 2018 Finance publication. The aim of the Parliamentary Review is to showcase best practice as a learning tool to both the public and private sectors, with our involvement specifically aimed at leaders in the Finance Sector. Click here to see our article published October 2018 and a link to the full publication can be found by clicking on the image above.
County never cease to amaze me at the amount of effort they put into making their clients feel at ease. They are able to communicate and disseminate complicated information at a level which is understandable for clients who don’t have an in depth knowledge of the financial world.
Wycombe Homeless Connection
The £1,500 we saved by not sending Christmas cards was directed to Wycombe Homeless Connection, who believe everyone should have a home.
On the 26 November 2019, the County Team spent the morning at their headquarters, hearing powerful stories about lives being transformed by Wycombe Homeless Connection’s amazing work. It was humbling to see the organisation’s determination to rebuild the lives of people who have slipped through the net in society, often due to no fault of their own. Seven town-centre churches in High Wycombe, take turns to welcome people off the streets each night, providing them with hot food and a bed.
Wycombe Homeless Connection’s great belief is that prevention is better than cure and we are so delighted to be partnering with them as they receive very little financial support other than voluntary contributions.
If you are interested in finding out more, please see their website by following this link.
The County Seminar took place
on 28 November 2019
Our Christmas newsletter is still available. If you're one of our clients you should have received a link in an email, but if not, please click on the picture above to read it online or download a PDF to your computer.