Are You Looking For Reliable Chartered Accountants in Merton?
Merton was formed in 1965 by merging several areas of Surrey into a London borough, but there's evidence that our ancestors have been living here since Prehistoric times. It now has five main town centres – Colliers Wood, Mitcham, Morden, Raynes Park and, Wimbledon – and all the sports, cultural and entertainment facilities you'd expect from a thriving part of South West London.
Merton has had a number of illustrious inhabitants over the years, most famously Lord Nelson, and there is a Nelson trail you can take to learn more about the Admiral. Liberty's founder Arthur Liberty and artist William Morris also had their businesses here.
The borough has several museums on local history, including the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, found at the venue itself, which contains more than 20,000 objects chronicling the history of the game. In Morden you'll also find the Baitul Futuh Mosque, the largest mosque in western Europe and the base of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
Parks and open spaces include the 460-acre Mitcham Common, a site of metropolitan importance for nature conservation, and the National Trust's Morden Hall Park, where you can see herons, woodpeckers, butterflies, and bluebells, and explore a rose garden with around 1,600 flowers.
At THP Chartered Accountants, we know that managing your finances can take up a lot of time and energy – time and energy that would be better spent using your talents to do what you love. Fortunately, finance is what we love – and when it comes to helping businesses and individuals with their accounts, we have infinite time and energy.
Chartered Accountants in Merton
Our team of more than 50 professionals work across Wanstead, Cheam, Chelmsford, and Saffron Walden with a variety of businesses, large and small - and we can help and advise you on any aspect of your finances.
If you'd like to talk about how we can support you and your business, give our team of accountants in Surrey a call at our Cheam office on 020 8652 1070, or drop in to see us at Turnbull House, 226 Mulgrave Road – we're two minutes' walk from the station.