Specialist Expert Advice. Individual Service.
The people at Harbour Key believe in being involved with
the local community in which they both live and work, and helping
out is therefore an important part of the our business.
With our main office in Cheltenham and the partners and employees being locally based we are very much part of the community in which we work and take seriously our responsibility to make a positive impact on the community and the environment.
Will Cookson is a member of Cirencester Round Table which each year raises well in excess of £10,000 to donate to local charities and good causes, in addition to which they provide both their time and energy in helping those causes. Will also provides his services as an Independent Examiner to registered charities.
Phil is an officer in the county’s Territorial Army unit. He has supported national charities such as Help for Heroes and locally The Cotswold Care Hospice midnight walks. Recently he has run half marathons in support of Cancer Research. Phil is also a committee member of the Royal Gloucestershire Hussar Association which provides support to serving and retired soldiers and their families.
Our Nominated Charity
Maggie’s Caring Centre in Cheltenham is a place to turn to for
help with any of the problems, small or large, associated with
Under one roof you can access help with information, benefits advice, psychological support both individually and in groups, courses such as Tai Chi and Creative Writing as well as stress reducing strategies. You don’t have to make an appointment, or be referred and everything we offer is free of charge.
It is there for anybody who feels the need for help, which includes those who love and look after someone with cancer, who often feel as frightened and vulnerable as those who actually have the disease.
Due to advances in medical care, the number of people living with and beyond cancer is increasing, so the support available to them becomes ever more important.
The Cheltenham Maggie’s Centre is just minutes away from the oncology unit at Cheltenham General Hospital and was designed by Sir Richard McCormac. It is a beautiful building, sympathetic to the needs of individuals; plenty of light, beautiful oak and bright soft furnishings which all make for an uplifting and homely space. The Centre serves the 3 counties of Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire where 35, 000 people are living with cancer.” –
Maggie Keswick Jencks Cancer Caring Centres Trust (Maggie’s) is a registered charity, No. SCO24414
Community Fundraiser Cheltenham
Cheltenham General Hospital
College Baths Rd
Tel: 01242 250611
Mobile: 07866 742 176
Maggie’s Cheltenham Facebook page
Helping small and local businesses
Small businesses are the seeds of our economy and the lifeline of our local communities. We use only small businesses, preferably local, to provide services that Harbour Key relies upon. Like Harbour Key, client service and excellence is at their heart. Here are just some of the businesses we use;
- Oak Technology Ltd - http://www.oaktechnology.co.uk
- Hellen Rayner of India Rose Design - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Red Business Systems Limited - http://www.redbusinesssystems.com
- Earle & Ludlow Creative Printers - http://www.earle-ludlow.co.uk
- Blend (meeting/caffeine services) - http://www.blend2010.co.uk/
As a business we use the latest IT solutions to work effectively,
securely and efficiently. The additional benefit of our IT systems
is the reduction of the amount of paper we use. Where paper
documents are required which are to be destroyed, where possible, we
recycle internally as note paper and then securely shred. We use a
secure independent shredding service which recycles the shredded
Where possible environmentally friendly products are sourced and used by the office, for example RainForest Alliance certified coffee, recycled paper for printing etc.
Meetings with clients are a primary focus and function of the business, where possible these meetings are held by telephone or video conference to minimise travel. Where travel is required, we look to use train if possible or arrange a number of meetings in one geographical area to minimise the impact of car use.
As members of the Chartered Institute of Taxation and Institute
of Chartered Accountants of England & Wales we maintain the high
standards of professional conduct required for membership. Partners
and employees receive regular training to maintain and develop their
professional skills. We view staff training as an important part of
The nature of our work means that we have access to sensitive information. This information is treated securely and safely with limited protected access. The way we use the information is fully compliant with the Data Protection Act 1998 and we are registered with the Information Commissioners Office. We are aligned and registered with the Office of Information Control,. This is paramount to your personal/corporate security” after professional ethics.