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Hazlewoods employees celebrate 100 years

Hazlewoods, the Cheltenham-based firm of business advisers and chartered accountant, celebrates its centenary year in 2019.

To mark the occasion, the firm's 360 staff and partners took the opportunity to reflect on its 100-year history and discuss what the future looks like at a conference.

Technology was high on the agenda, but Hazlewoods partners and staff believe that it is still people who make the real difference. Staff voted overwhelmingly that health and wellbeing was the most discussed topic across the workplace.

In the evening, they had a chance to relax with a birthday party designed to celebrate 100 years, in the grounds of Cheltenham Ladies' College.

Jon Cartwright, managing partner, said: "Our staff conference always provides a great opportunity for everyone to get involved and discuss the business as a whole.

"This year, it seemed a great opportunity to really celebrate our successes and what everyone who has been involved with Hazlewoods has worked to achieve over the last 100 years."

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