We have found 12 suppliers of business services (including Accountants, Financial Advice, Local Authority & Opticians) in Oxford and have listed them below split into the type of service that they provide.
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Please note that none of the firms listed on this page have paid for an entry. We have found them either by our own searching or by the recommendation of other people.
Accountants based in Oxford
Alder Demain & Akers Ltd
Based in Southmoor, Oxford our team are available to help your business grow by offering guidance and advice across a wide range of financial issues.
Wenn Townsend are a firm of traditional but modern accountants that combine the age-old ways of servicing customers with a personal touch whilst combining modern working practices.
Formerly Aries Accountants, McCulloch Pease Chartered Accountants has been offering professional accounting, tax and business advisory services since 1982.
James Cowper LLP
What sets James Cowper LLP apart from the rest of the UK's top accountants and business advisers? Professionalism, flexibility, but above all, passion. Our clients? As varied as our skills, each advised according to their specific needs. Each equally imp
Wellers, Chartered Accountants, Oxfordshire. Welcome to the Wellers Chartered Accountants web site. We enjoy helping private clients and businesses grow and prosper. Every accountant at our firm is trained to provide the most relevant and up to date inf
Chapman Robinson & Moore
Chapman Robinson & Moore accountants are Oxford based Accountants, business advisors, tax specialists. We offer a comprehensive service covering business and personal tax.
Oxford based Financial Advice
The Hopwood Ash Financial Planning Consultancy
If you need to talk to someone you can trust about your finances, talk to Hopwood Ash. It's our aim to make the world of financial products and services easier to understand so that more people can make the most of the money they have.
It is never too early to start planning your finances for later on in your life. That does not mean you cannot enjoy yourself now, it is simply a matter of giving yourself the best possible start financially. So it makes sense to understand your options with the help of expert advice.
Local Authority located in Oxford
Oxford City Council
Website and contact details for Oxford City Council local authority.
Oxfordshire County Council
Website and contact details for Oxfordshire County Council local authority.
Opticians located in Oxford
David Clulow Opticians was established in 1962 and has built a strong reputation for providing the highest standard of optical care and services, including eye tests, contact lens fittings, spectacles, sunglasses and prescription sunglasses.
John Mitchell - Photo4Me
Wall art suitable for interior design and office receptions, available online and shipped to Oxford. Printed to order on canvas, acrylic and other surfaces with 30 day guarantee.
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Oxford (/ˈɒksfərd/) is a city in England. It is the county town and only city of Oxfordshire. In 2017, its population was estimated at 152,450. It is 56 miles (90 km) northwest of London, 64 miles (103 km) southeast of Birmingham, and 61 miles (98 km) northeast of Bristol. The city is home to the University of Oxford, the oldest university in the English-speaking world, and has buildings in every style of English architecture from late Anglo-Saxon. Oxford's industries include motor manufacturing, education, publishing, information technology and science.
Oxford was first settled by the Anglo-Saxons and was initially known as Oxnaford, meaning "ford of the oxen", as referenced in Florence of Worcester's Chronicon ex chronicis. A river crossing for oxen began around 900. In the 10th century, Oxford became an important military frontier town between the kingdoms of Mercia and Wessex and was raided by Danes. In 1002, many Danes were killed in Oxford during the St. Brice's Day massacre ordered by Æthelred the Unready. The skeletons of more than thirty suspected victims were unearthed in 2008 during the course of building work at St John's College. The ‘massacre’ was a contributing factor to King Sweyn I of Denmark’s invasion of England in 1003 and the sacking of Oxford by the Danes in 1004.
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