Paul Farrington


Paul joined NR Barton as a partner in 2018 after working with well respected firms across the region. Paul started his accountancy career in 2006 after graduating from Lancaster University with a first in Mathematics and qualifed as a Chartered Accountant in 2009. Paul acts for a varied portfolio of clients and specialises in audit where he looks after clients up to £60 million turnover. He also heads up the firms R&D tax services and has a passion for corporate finance.

Away from the office Paul is a keen weekend athlete and regularly takes part in triathlon and marathon events. He is also a season ticket holder at both Wigan Athletic and Wigan Warriors. Paul sits on the board at Inspiring Healthy Lifestyles, a not for profit organisation that encourages physical activity across the Wigan borough. Paul is married with a young family.

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