Richard Holme, senior tax partner at award winning Tunbridge Wells’ chartered accountants, Creaseys, recently walked 28 miles along the Royal Military Canal. The walk was in aid of the Canterbury Cathedral Trust where he has recently become a Trustee. Overall it took just under 12 hours to complete the trek.
Richard commented: “Canterbury Cathedral is one of Britain’s greatest ancient monuments and yet receives no Government help whatsoever.”
The Royal Military Canal along with the Martello towers, was built to guard against a potential invasion by Emperor Napoleon in 1805. It is 60 foot wide throughout and 28 miles long. It starts at Shorncliffe, just west of Folkestone and finishes at Cliff End, to the east of Hastings.
Creaseys are a Tunbridge Wells based firm of accountants who recently won a major award as Best Single Office Tax Practice in the UK by leading tax publishers, Lexis Nexis. The firm offers leading edge services to a large number of significant owner managed businesses as well as high net wealth individuals and trusts.