NRB welcome seven new trainees to the team

Pictured (L to R): Hannah Mchugh, Kieran Donnelly, Eve Worsfold, Paul Farrington, Charlie Bennett, Matthew Cheers and Phoebe Maloney. Not pictured: Richard Nelson.

NR Barton has recruited seven new team members as part of its 2021 trainee and apprentice intake.

The new recruits have joined our offices at Waterside House in Wigan and will be part of the audit, accounts and tax teams.

The intake is the largest ever graduate graduates and apprentices intake for the firm as the practice continues to grow and develop. In what has been an different year for the world it was great to see the firm seeing record interest in the positions available.

The firm will now support Charlie, Hannah, Matthew, Eve, Phoebe, Kieran and Richard as they go through their training and qualifications, as well as helping them to gain vital experience of working with clients.

Paul Farrington, Partner and Head of Training at NR Barton, said: “The directors of NR Barton are delighted to be able to continue our investment in the future of the practice and welcome our biggest ever graduate and apprentice intake to the firm.

“It’s been a tough time for those leaving education due to the pandemic, so we’re proud to be able to offer this opportunity for these young people to make a start in the profession and develop their career with us. They represent the future of our firm, and we look forward to seeing them grow both professionally and personally.”

NR Barton are an independent firm of chartered accountants and business advisors operating from offices at Waterside House in Wigan, with over fifty partners and staff across the business.


Integrity is at the forefront of everything we do as we apply the strongest ethical and moral rigour across how we work and assist our clients.

At NR Barton we understand the importance of trust and through our integrity we make sure this underpins absolutely everything we do.

We like to do the best for our clients and this isn’t always easy. We aren’t afraid to use our integrity to confront difficult situations. We firmly believe that acting with our utmost integrity those difficult conversations will help to build our trust with our clients. Sometimes the difficult option is the best.

It is also our integrity that has helped us to build a strong local relationship in our market place and the thrive as a business for the last seventy years.

We’re here for the long term and our integrity will help us to achieve that.