By Tim Corfield

 

I don’t know about you, but I still wake up most mornings thinking about that nasty nightmare I’ve just had. But, of course, after a few seconds, I remember it isn’t a nightmare.

 

And then I turn on the radio. Imagine if 12 months ago we’d heard just a few minutes of one of the 24/7 coronavirus current broadcasts. It’s either another Q and A session, the Government briefing, BBC update, one expert talking about the financial effect on the economy, another expert talking about the mental effect on individuals, and other experts talking about just about every aspect of the disease, most of which we’d never even thought of.

 

We’d have thought we were on another planet.

 

What we need is something to cheer us up. Something like, the soccer season being restarted or Laura Kuenssberg being furloughed.

 

But life must go on. We’re here, as usual, getting used to the ‘new normal’.

 

No doubt you may have many questions about your clients’ financial position either now or over the next few months.

 

Don’t hesitate to contact us either by email or telephone, at any time, if you think we could help. Hopefully, we’ll soon be able to have meetings, but in the meantime we’re finding video conferencing and conference calls very helpful.

 

Here’s a list of our contact details – I look forward to speaking to you soon.

 

Me (Tim Corfield) –
M: 077869 65009 or 01922 722205.
Email: tim.corfield@griffinandking.co.uk

 

Janet Peacock
M: 07545 806831 call or text.
Email: janet.peacock@griffinandking.co.uk or janetpeacock@iresource.co.uk

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